Dating is not easy, in fact, it can be quite a mission for some.
But one singleton reckons she’s sussed it all out after finding her “whopping big crush” at the hospital.
Jana Hocking, 36, revealed how she went to the emergency ward after experiencing chronic pan.
As she struggled with pain, she found herself locking eyes with a doctor who had some “very kind eyes”.
She wrote for news.com.au: “After plenty of prodding and poking from a nurse, a doctor was called to provide me with serious meds.
“As the nurse set me up, the doctor held my hand, offered nothing but kind words, and tried to keep me distracted from the pain.
“When I slowly relaxed into a pain-free glow he stayed with me the whole time as we waited for my blood test results to come back.”
The radio host, from Australia, said it was in that moment she felt something similar to love.
She continued: “You see, this man held the traits every girl secretly (or not so secretly) craves: compassion, dedication and kindness.
“A few hours later I left the hospital with a prescription, a sick note and a whopping big crush.”
Then a few nights later, Jana detailed the moment to her pals over dinner where they agreed a man that helps you is a “turn on”.
She said the doctor, who had many positive traits, was the kind of guy women should go after.
Jana added: “It’s human nature to suddenly find this spring to action pretty darn alluring.
“So I’m telling you ladies, we gotta change the way we look at blokes.
“No more sooking over blokes who don’t text us back or leave us constantly thinking ‘WTF?'”
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Instead women should look out for the type of fella who lifts a heavy item or even picks up your tampons at the supermarket.
She concluded: “I am someone who has always been the ‘fixer’ as opposed to the one that needs fixing.
“I took away from this scary hospital moment a new outlook on the ‘good guy’.
“Turns out he can be actually pretty darn sexy.”