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Six Reasons Why Farmers Turn Me On

Kristen Hess

I grew up watching Disney fairytales. Lasting impressions were etched in my mind as I repeatedly witnessed a beautiful princess rescued by the man of her dreams destined to live happily ever after.

It didn’t take long for me to dream up a prince charming of my own. I’ve got a mental list going of all the characteristics and qualities I want in a man and I’ve realized that my prince charming might just be a farmer—Click on the find out why I can't resist them and what I'm going to do about it.

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  • Ben Goldhirsh

    I dig this perspective a lot. Especially that closing thought: "I’ve learned that the potential to experience what I want in life already exists within me." I think this is a truth that carries so much value in so many areas of life - relationships and beyond.

  • Cait Emma

    This is great—your opening line in the article is hilarious.

    And I agree with your list. The characteristic I value the most in people (whether friends or romantic relationships) is seeing them work hard for what they have—and always wanting to improve their lives and the lives of those around them.

    Thanks for sharing and checking out Confessions today!

    • Kristen Hess

      Cait, thanks for reading and sharing your experience too! Surround yourself with people who uplift you, even challenge you, right?! Like Mike did, you. And, hang out on GOOD a lot!