What is the ONE thing you would put on a Dream Board,
if you knew it would DEFINITELY come true in 2 years?
(Tell me HERE.)
This is not a story about how to find a husband.
I want to make that clear, because
1. Not everybody needs a husband. Most people don't.
2. This story is about much more than that.
3. I don't want to write a story telling you how to find a husband! There are already plenty of relationship coaches and matchmakers and weird old men out there telling women (and men) how to find a husband. That's not what this is about.
Steve Harvey, I'm looking at you.
bt-dubs, Asian men are just as delightful as men from any other continent.
Back to my story.
In January of 2010, I was broken up with. Okay, calling it a break up would be generous. I was swiftly rejected by someone whom I thought I was going to have a relationship with. I was devastated. And I still had to get through my final semester of business school, an experience that also did not live up to my expectations.