Todd believes that the best strategy for selecting an ideal mate is to date a few people, see what qualities you would like in a long-term partner, and then settle down once you've found them.
Most people, he says, should settle down after dating 12 people. I think your logic is sound — we obviously need to learn what we value in a partner and what we'd prefer to pass on.
The study found that couples who make mindful decisions about milestones like having sex and moving in together have happier marriages than those who "slide" into those situations.
Find that magical, elusive guy and you'll unlock a lifetime of love, affection and happiness, right? But just how long does it take to find your one and only?
Honestly, I don't think there should be any talk of a math formula to help you determine how many frogs you'll kiss before you find a prince.
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