Nice guys dating guide
Now, let’s build a case for why she should date the nice guys.◊♦◊ He’ll say what’s on his mind. You will not be tortured by thoughts such as, “Is he really into me, or is he using me for sex? The nice guy will value you and text or call the day after he sleeps with you to tell you how amazing he thinks you are. The toxic bad boy will not want to linger in bed after he gets the goods. A secure and self-confident woman who values herself doesn’t want to waste time with a man who treats her poorly. What’s missing in many nice guys is an edge, a sense of adventure, someone with passions and purpose, a good conversationalist. He doesn’t ask her permission to kiss her, he just does it. Okay, that explains why women might be attracted to the toxic bad boy. He’ll text you on a Saturday night and ask if you can come over because he misses you (read: have sex with me now because you’re the best option I have at this moment).Someone (or something) else is in control of you, the situation, and its outcome.Men in this situation appear to be anything but confident, strong and exciting.I then proceed to repeat that fact any time there’s a pause in conversation.
But, I’ll bet you have heard women say things like, “He’s such a nice guy.More, they are perceived as being unworthy and as lacking value.â€¨ â€¨Translation: Things that are easily acquired, obtained, or maintained, without any effort or sacrifice, lack value… â€¨â€¨The secret to why the cocky guy wins with women, over the nice guy, is that he is perceived as being a stronger, more confident guy with more value. He never invests everything -- his entire being, ego and self worth in what one woman’s response or reaction to him is.By doing so, he has made himself appear desperate, insecure, needy of this woman’s attention, affection and approval – and he has stripped himself of any value in her eyes.After all, if he’s already doing and giving everything, without her doing or giving anything – why would she value him? She is not going to value him any more than he values himself.