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Causing even the savviest of women to miss the signs, and in the end leaving them confused and heartbroken. He was handsome, well-spoken, successful and charming, from the minute you met, you feel special and completely swept off your feet!
It was such a nice change to finally meet a confident man that you have chemistry with AND knows how to treat you like a lady.
When you spend time together it feels great, yet other times it can be confusing, he can be distant, and there’s a feeling that just won’t go away…. Starting to ask yourself, what the signs are that he’s genuine or that he’s playing mind games with you…
Here’s your definitive list, that he’s a player, not a keeper and it might just be time to let him go…
Ignoring the handful of spelling and grammar mistakes (that just seems too easy at this point), I've highlighted and dissected some of the article's most bizarre passages. That's some crazy gender role breaking concept, but why can't a woman take the initiative?
HOW WOMEN CAN TAKE THE INITIATIVE AND APPROACH MEN IN VANCOUVER (or HOW PEOPLE CAN BE HUMANS ANYWHERE) "Men don't approach women here" is almost a mantra coming from Vancouver women, and it's true. I would argue that women approaching men ISN'T a gender role-breaking concept anymore. Again, I don't see the connection between being timid and being worthy of a relationship.
Together you have a greater opportunity to find that “match that works”.
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While I appreciate that the author's advice is about human interaction as opposed to just telling us to go on Tinder -- because NO I WILL NOT -- I find most of it offensive, ridiculous, or some combination of both.
I’d go to work in construction, surrounded by men, return to my house full of men, and go to sleep dreaming of women.
Aside from the fact that I think all dating advice is a load of crap, I really can't deal with a recent Van City Buzz article, ostensibly written by a dating coach, titled "How Women Can Take The Initiative And Approach Men In Vancouver." The post makes the assumption that all women are submissive, quiet, and shy (clearly the author has not met my friend Kristen), essentially concluding that we as a gender need help, not only approaching potential partners, but also taking charge of our lives.
They ‘ve got cheesy pick up lines and a vibe that just screams “I’ m all about the game life “- trying just a little too hard.
But others are masters of manipulation and aren’t so easy to spot.
He recharges his batteries in nature where he feels somehow understood and accepted. John faces his fears (skepticism), goes through a bunch of challenges (Love Meadow homework), overcomes obstacles (internal resistance), slays the dragon (builds new skills), and finally gets the girl! It gives you the strategies you need and the step-by-step action plan to build the confidence, skills and practices that guarantee the result you want.