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I think this might be a combination of 7 and 9, with as much 1 mixed in as possible.

You wait by setting goals -- and changing them, and revising the plan for attaining them as you learn more, about the world and about yourself. Those things help with the doubts. So does the understanding that things go wrong, without being a mark of failure or wasted time.

That way, when you fall in love in a mutual and enduring way, he has fallen for the person who you are and who you appreciate then, and neither of you nor him could imagine you being better any other way at that very moment. Which makes that moment precisely the right time.


Have you been in situations where you waited too long to make something happen? I have, and I think that's made me impatient now in similar circumstances; I fear the kind of weariness that waiting too long creates.

The Happy Feminist

I have always been impatient when I have control over the situation-- job related goals in particular. With job hunting or striving to reach some sort of career goal, there is usually something you can do to "advance the ball."

With relationships and family issues, I tend to be much more patient and passive. Part of it is that those aren't goal-oriented activities. Part of it is that I don't tend to define myself in terms of my relationships, so that part of life tends to come together more easily because I don't really worry about it. (I tend to think that I am my job, so I guess I'd better study number 3!)

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I can’t agree with you more!


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