I used to be really naive about the guys I dated. I got cheated on, I had to leave guys because I realized they would never be serious about me, and I was always being the desperate girl chasing after a guy who was interested in playing around. Even though I would go through highs and lows of happiness, I was always excited by what was happening. Every one of them taught me something, and sometimes it was just pure fun being with them, following them around their crazy lives. There was never a dull moment. And the great part of it was that it left me in-between times to be single — to date, to meet new people, to be myself.
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Learn the honest, non-sleazy way to attract high quality partners. For the first 20 years of my life, my relationships fell into a similar pattern. When I entered a long-term relationship during college, I thought she was the one. Two years later she broke it off and I spent months pissed off about how it was all her fault. What kind of person would leave a man who treated her so well? Who would be so heartless to throw two years away just like that? I was so good to her and this is what I get in return?
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Being told you should like a nice guy who you don't find attractive is the literal worst. I have been on 11 dates 11 DATES with a guy I couldn't bring myself to kiss more recently than I want to admit because 1 he was really interested, 2 I wasn't into anyone else was at the time, and 3 I was getting so much pressure from family and friends to just " date a nice guy already," after several weird situations with jerks that I wanted to really try with this one. That guy actually was a nice guy — our personalities were just not a fit — but I remembered doing a sneaky sniff test of his shirt and not. Chemistry is real. I would also advise against dating the " nice " guy: the guy who isn't really nice , but rather is desperate.
Suffice it to say that if you actually are one, there's no need to declare it. Case in point: Redditor Between3and20eh 's decision to ask the online community: "Women who gave "nice guys" a chance how did it work out? Was a nice shy guy at first but upon getting into a serious relationship that was just for the public. Behind closed doors was a very insecure person. He had decent looks but was short and skinny with glasses.