While the “bad boy” mystique is firmly entrenched in popular culture, in real life, rarely do bad men make for good boyfriend or husband material.
And yet, women continue to pursue the “outlaw lover,” even when doing so is far from being in their own best interest.
Most of the guys I come across anywhere these days have someone in their phones that they’re texting, dating or sleeping with because our options are now unlimited because of technology. Smartphones have made it easy for guys to behave like cowardly losers.
When I date a guy and he’s not feeling it, he simply stops contacting me.
Every time Sharon chooses a man, she's been rewarded with either cruelty or deceit.
The woman who lurches from one bad relationship to another isn't just the stuff of soaps.
I get really tired of people telling me that my bad luck in dating is because I’m choosing the wrong guys.
The only problem that exists in my dating life is that I’m dating in an era I wasn’t prepared for.If you’re stuck in “the reptile zone,” chances are, there’s an underlying explanation as to why the men you find yourself attracted to are less than stellar romantic choices. You Think You Can “Make Him a Better Man” However you picture yourself in this partnership--romantic heroine, artistic muse, a savior of lost souls--you’re entering into such a relationship based on the belief that there’s something wrong or lacking in your lover.Your plan is to fix him, reform him, or shape him into the man he’s truly meant to be.Maybe it's our best friend, our sister - or perhaps it's a problem we have ourselves.Why is it that some women seem to choose one bad man after another?