This article, although not designed to generalize, describes several types of men to consider not partnering with and why. The stories here are offered for you to take from them what works for you and leave the rest.
Hi ladies! If you’ve been on an online dating site for a while and have yet to find that special someone or you’ve just joined then this is for you. We’re going to give you the scoop on what works and what doesn’t. We want to show you how to make your profile as attractive as you can to the widest selection of men possible. That way it’s within your power to choose who you want to date.
Below are just a few of the most desired traits that men look for in the women they want to be with for life.
Many of us single women are the “Strong” types. We have careers, we like to get dirty but yet can rock a skirt and heels, and we do our best to take care of things on our own. But why are we like that? We learned long ago that no one will take care of us better than we can take care of ourselves.
Dating is a crazy business. It often involves putting oneself in the awkward position of having to make meaningful and engaging conversation with a virtual stranger while trying to assess if future encounters will be emotionally/physically/spiritually satisfying on any level. And you usually have to do this over dinner or drinks while trying desperately not to say something totally embarrassing or spray your date in the eye with lemon juice meant for your salmon, ice tea or Corona. Of course you know the things you try to avoid to keep a date running smoothly (
If you were working with a personal trainer to get in shape, you might ask how long it would take to lose x number of pounds or to tone up x amount. The answer is that it depends on how much time and effort you devote to the process. If you work out three hours a day, you are going to get in shape much faster than if you work out three hours a week. The same is true for dating. As a dating coach I have worked with clients who found love after just six weeks, and others who took over a year. The difference is that people who found love in six weeks spent 4-6 hours a night searching.
By Dating Diva, Jennifer Oikle, Ph.D., for GalTime.com tips for that first date conversation The night you’ve been waiting for is finally here. You’re going out with HIM. You’re so eager to get to know him better. Let's be honest... you want to let him experience the real you. But hold on. It’s make it or break it time. You only get one, somewhat delicate, chance to make a first impression.
Many people would say that there are dangers of dating a criminal and even advocate checking criminal records of online daters. In many situations where your potential date is a criminal there is reason to be cautious. Sometimes this fact will be a good reason to not pursue a relationship or even a date. In other situations, you may still be interested in dating the criminal, but you will need to exercise certain precautions.
I hear singles complain about the hardships of dating and being lonely. They will blame everybody else for not living up to their expectations, but the reality is that they have closed themselves off to many possibilities by failing to be flexible with their preferences. Newsflash! This is the type of B.S that will keep you single!
SEX, SEX, and more SEX. It comes up quite quickly in dating, many times from the first date. It lingers between both of your thoughts and you might be wondering when will be the right time to let all systems go? If you do sleep with him, will it mess up your chemistry and will he end of pulling away? Or, can it elevate the budding chemistry and feed the relationship? If you are looking to attract a long term relationship, here are some ideas to think about.
So here we are again… Every year during the transition into the fall season, you start to notice a major shift in the dating scene. People start approaching you more for dates, you start getting “Hey Stranger” messages from old flings and you find that men seem a little more open to the idea of the exclusivity of dating than they were during the spring and summer months. Ladies and gentlemen, it is officially “Cuffing Season.” You may or may not be familiar with the cuffing cycle so let me break it down for you:
When I was looking for love, I often dated up to three guys simultaneously. I wasn't trying to hit some number in the Guinness Book of World Records. Rather, my goal was simple: to find a guy I could date more than three times, hoping this would lead to a relationship.