Do you really think women are looking for "nice" guys anyway?
(The answer is an emphatic no.) The bottom line is that women want to be SEDUCED and ROMANCED.
I have listed a few dating myths that will begin to shed light on your most intimate dating troubles.
So wake up, smell the coffee, pay attention, and you may just learn something.
Even if you act like a know it all, we know the truth: YOU DON'T!
Drawn to Ethan and intrigued by Chris, Susan Miller finds herself caught between identical twin brothers at her school. Ethan is reluctant to kiss her, and Chris wants her for the completely wrong reasons.
That’s the last thing she wants, yet she finds herself responding to all the goodnight texts and other cheeky messages Chris sends.
Most men use their lack of success as an excuse for not dating and pursuing the women they really want.
These men blame the system, society, social issues, and economic realities for the lack of sex, not the man in the mirror.
It sucks to be rejected by hot and sexy babes, and it sucks to be alone.
It sucks to be so nervous around a woman that you babble incoherently, and it is even worse to act like a stud and have her slap you in front of your buddies. Get out, date, deal with the inevitable rejections, have fun, and learn about the machinery in your own head that leads to trouble and failure with women.
Most men think that if they like a woman, and she says that he is "sweet," "interesting," or "a wonderful friend," that he is moving the relationship towards romance and sex. The reason why is because women will either put you into the category of "friend" or "lover," but not both.
When you are nice and interesting a woman will likely put you into the category of friend, but not lover.
”Folding his arms on the backrest of the chair he’d straddled by his friends, he cast me an intrigued and self-assured glance over his shoulder. It’ll get you nowhere with me.”For a stunned moment, Chris gazed at me.