My natural instinct, of course, was to assume I was doing something wrong.
As a lifetime member of the Foot-in-Mouth Club, I've long accepted that most social miscues are my own doing.
These men are usually open and honest about what they are looking for and there’s nothing wrong with that.
If you don’t agree with their lifestyle be polite and respond that it isn’t what you are looking for right now.
________________________________________ A player tells you things like you’re “too beautiful/hot/sexy/smoldering/intoxicating/etc.” to be single.
This overused ‘compliment’ not only undermines your personality by suggesting the only reason you’d be with someone is because of your looks – but it also shows you that’s what he’s clearly focusing on.
Though I found it annoying at the time, I didn't worry too much about it.But then I mentioned it to my other single friends—both men and women—and they all professed similar experiences.It appears the "the chase" has become something more of a war. There's the timeless art of seduction, and then there's being a jerk.I’ve been floating around to different blogs tagged with ‘dating’ and ‘relationships’ to see what’s going on in the world.Unfortunately, I’ve seen a lot of hurt and disappointment that could’ve been avoided, had warning signs been recognized.
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