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What do women want? Does finding and keeping love always come number one in our lives, or are there other considerations that are of equal or more importance? What is most important in your life? As a woman, what do you want?

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Health is always number one priority. Peacefulness and freedom come a close second. And to experience as many things with junior as I can is also on top of the priority list.
How long is a piece of string? We're all individuals with our own wants and needs. I don't think mine have much to do with my being a woman.
As a woman, I want Peace & quite.
Yet being a woman it is not part of our job description.
I have always wanted it!(now this is a question asking what I want).

Peace & quiet in my marriage(no arguments).
Peace and quiet in my home life(no out of control kids).
Peace and quiet in my work life, no petty backbiting....Alas, it is a dream I will look for in all aspects of my life.

It is not totally achievable, but I strive for it......then everything else will flow well.
Health and happiness of myself and those I care about. Corny but very true.
I don't think it's corny at all! I totally agree...
We just want to be happy. Health and family are high priority areas for females. Also if we have kids, we want the best for them.
To be loved!

Oh, sorry, wrong question's answer :)

My ultimate wish is to be free, to be able to be myself. To not whittle my answers down (or not answer at all) because I am worried about what other people will think. To be free on the inside to pursue my dreams. To learn to stop overcaring within my relationship and to learn how to better care (thank you, HearthMath Institute).

I want a good job and financial security and, of course, health. After 14 years of chronic fatigue syndrome, I very much understand that if you do not have this, you do not have anything.

Great question :)
To be understood?
Good one Matt.
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