Actually, I’m not going to tell you how to talk to women. Truth is, there are no how-tos when it comes to talking to women. And yet people continue to churn out articles on the subject. I saw one just the other day. “The Secret Advice on How to Flirt and Attract Women,” the headline […]
Every guy who dates should have a red flag list. These are characteristics in a woman that are absolute deal breakers. For me, the list includes women who have addictions, anger issues, money management problems, multiple kids at home and a meddlesome mother. I’m realizing, however, that my red flag list is actually much longer. […]
In dating, there are few absolutes. But a wise man will learn to avoid certain pitfalls. This article on ManOfTheHouse.com says there are “10 things you should never, ever say” to a woman.
What do women want now? We never really know, do we? If you were beaten down by women’s demands before, you’ll be even more so after reading this article on AskMen.com.
Women can be critical of us. Face it. It’s inevitable. So it’s a good idea to know their likely complaints before we hear them. That way, we won’t lose our cool and we can offer a defense.
It’s important to work hard to keep a relationship alive. But it’s also wise to acknowledge when it’s failing. Sometimes a faltering relationship can be saved. Other times, it’s not worth the effort.
We’ve all had them – dates from hell. They’re painful in the moment, but funny afterward. Think you’ve had some world-class God-awful dates? Share them (if you dare.)
What works in business can work in dating. That’s the message of this interesting article on accountingdegree.com (of all places). “There are relationships, growth, and negotiations in both situations,” it says.
You’ve heard of exit interviews at work. When you leave a job, you sit down with someone in human resources and say what you liked – and didn’t like – about the job. Some relationship experts recommend the same idea after you’ve been dumped in dating.
So you’re suddenly single? Your inclination may be to rush into the dating world – or to become a hermit. Neither extreme is healthy. This article offers five smart tips for those adjusting to life without a wife. Among them: reconnect with old friends, pursue your passions and proceed slowly in dating.