How to Find a Husband in COLLEGE – Explained!

I’d be really honest with you, it’s almost IMPOSSIBLE to find a husband in a College. You know why? This is because guys in Colleges are not interested in long-term relationships and commitment. Almost every guy in college wants to have a girlfriend or a brief encounter to add to his tally wall.

I’m glad you’re not like most girls of your age, whilst they’re being passed around the jock crow, you’re thinking about a long-term relationship, i.e. Marriage. Also be wary of dating websites and apps like Tinder. You’ll find the same guys on these too.

What I would recommend first, if the option exists is that you ask your senior friends and elders to find a possible suitor for you. A study has shown that arranged marriages outlast love marriages any day. If this is not possible for you then, the join, the first and only marriage-only website that connects people like you.

This website has thousands of guys who are looking for someone like you to start a family with. Once you have a found a possible partner, don’t go on dates with him. Yes, you read it right. This is because dating wastes a lot of time and emotional energy. Instead, go on “Marriage Meetings”.

In Marriage meetings, you meet-up at some quiet place for food, you take another person with you and you ask the other person a bunch of questions that otherwise people are too shy to ask during dating. These are deal-breaking questions. And in my opinion, it’s best to enter a relationship with no skeletons in the closet.

Another reason why marriage meetings are better is because you get to know everything about ¬†each other within a few day and without making any kind of emotional investment. If you need help with questions. Check out my Free Book “101 Questions To Ask Each Other Before Getting Married”. It has over 100 of the most practical, honest and though to ask questions.

Kindle and Paperback

Free PDF Version

Web link

Wishing you all the luck!

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *