The thing is, you don’t have to sacrifice work while searching for love.
I’ve met successful women who started families in their 20s, and caught up in their careers in their 30s and 40s.” #3 Don't be shy to set goals“People shout about fitness and career resolutions on Facebook, but they rarely set targets for their love life. Obviously, don’t say, ‘I want to get married by 28,’ but go for something realistic like, ‘I’ll aim to meet five new people every month’ or ‘I’ll go on one date every two weeks’.” #4 The secret thing men look out for...“..whether you offer to pay on the first date. State on your online profile that you’re looking for a serious relationship.
I’m not saying you can’t meet anyone, but you might have to be more flexible about your criteria for Mr Right.” #10 Oh, and fate?
It's a really bad Plan B“I’ve heard many women say they’ll leave finding a mate up to fate.
But he wanted to create something more in line with Islamic principles.
He warned that popular Western-based websites such as Tinder "can lead to social ills like premarital sex, abandoned babies and extramarital affairs".
"A true gentleman would seek permission from the woman's father first," said Mr Zuhri.She didn’t want to waste her time, but relationships do need time to grow.” Image: Corbis #7 The biggest turn-off for a guy...“..a woman he sees as ‘high maintenance’ or ‘materialistic’.Guys pick up clues from the way you dress (whether you’re head-to-toe in designer togs), how you speak to wait staff, and even little things like if you insist on drinking only mineral water!"That has been the way for thousands of years and it's only in the last two or three generations that we have lost this beauty.But we hope to bring it back." Mr Zuhri and his wife met at an unrelated match-making event in 2012 and now have a baby boy.