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Maybe you had an effortless first date that lasted until 2am.
If you’ve been reading my newsletters long enough, you know that while such events are all encouraging, none of them qualify as “real”.
See, you’re identifying each man as the problem here. After all, if 50% of all guys are going to disappoint, then this behavior is utterly predictable. But then after exchanging several emails and a few phone conversations, he told me he was dating someone else and that he would call if things didn’t work out, and I was a bit upset by that. She doesn’t assume that they’re “together” because they kissed.
No, the problem is that you EXPECT anything different. I am NOT telling you to accept all their bad behavior. Well, 2 weeks or so after that conversation, he phoned me again, and told me that things didn’t work out with that other lady and asked me out. I rarely feel as comfortable on a first date as I did with him, like we really “clicked”. And she has a really great chance of going on a second date with a man about whom she’s quite excited.
But why settle for average whilst being extraordinary by yourself?
How much time and effort did he really give his current relationship? And who in the world wants to be his sloppy second?
I find this man incredibly shallow and disrespectful. Will he also do this to Lorraine (have a gal on the sidelines so to speak) in case Lorraine doesn’t work out to HIS expectations? With the comment he made “if things don’t work out, I will call you” would have most women thinking what a jerk!
Why is it that men take this stuff objectively but often women tend to get “offended” at the same information?
The only thing that guy is guilty of is being HONEST.