When you see a nice guy getting rejected by a woman, it is almost always because he lacks confidence and masculinity. You need to focus on becoming an even stronger man (mentally and emotionally) than you already are right now.Being a shy, nervous, self-doubting nice guy is not the answer to short or long term success with women.No, it’s not because those girls don’t know about those guys’ bad reputation with women. In fact, the smell of their stinks precede them everywhere they go.
They can not understand why so many good and pretty girls fall into those bad guys’ hands while there are a lot of other much better reputed guys around.
And worse than that, it often seems that it is the girls who chase those jerks instead of the opposite.
They are drowning in their own ambiguities; it's in their nature. They have been living in a dimension where “I'm fine,” means “nothing is fine,” and the obvious answer is “do whatever you want to do.” They religiously use this shield of passive aggressiveness as a defense mechanism.
With that being said, both men and women will continue to grow and learn about themselves after dating different people. They will exhaust themselves from men buying them drinks at clubs and instead, pursue dreams of settling down and buying a house.
The fact that I'm just being myself, it hurts to hear that. I asked my best friend out and her response was, "I don't look at you as more than a friend, and I don't want to ruin the relationship".
It makes no sense because, she's now dating a guy who has a reputation of being an asshole and using girls for sex.
What difference would it be if we dated and we tried to work it out also.
Me and that guy have a fair chance of things go bad.
This seems to be the desire of the Gen-Y woman, yet, we often hear them say, “I just want a nice guy.” Sounds pretty hypocritical, eh? A nice guy waltzes into a woman's life and she immediately leads him into the friend zone, no questions asked.
However, when she stumbles upon the antithesis of that, she relentlessly finds herself at his feet, becoming what our dating society refers to as a “stage-five clinger,” or simply, “crazy.”Women are full of paradoxes.
He hasn't called you in a week, and the longest 15 minutes of your life was spent waiting on a text back from him.