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The problem is that they may not be able to identify the ‘nice guys.’ Even if they can, there is baggage they cannot see but is ‘red flags’ for the ‘nice guys’.
This last aspect of dating is the hardest to handle, because those red flags are exactly what attracts Mr. This article is inspired from a woman I talked to this morning who has been searching for a nice guy for almost 5 years.
One of the hardest things I have to tell women who come to me for dating advice is that ‘it is you – not them.’ The world does not have a shortage of nice men, despite what you may believe.
They are out there, and they are actively looking for a nice woman.
The latest Nice Guy to arouse the internet’s collective ire is Leo Stevens, who just published the catchily titled “Dear Girls Who Are (Finally) Ready To Date Nice Guys: We Don’t Want You Anymore”.
He bemoans the fact that in his experience, as women mature, they return to the men they rejected in their twenties who, at the time, weren’t quite edgy enough.
(This goes for any other reader – male or female – who has ever felt a lack of confidence in his/her ability to date.
Just a few months ago I moved to Florida, and I’ve asked out two women and they both said no to me, too. I feel scared to ask out any other women for fear of being rejected.
Most women claim to want the guy who is sensitive, emotionally fluent and intimate. We are literally, scientifically geared to want assh*les.
Yet, when it comes down to it, women consistently chase after the “bad boy,” the guy who is narcissistic, self-absorbed and avoids all forms of intimacy as if they were infectious diseases. While women claim to want “the nice guy,” we're genetically hard-wired to want to procreate with the alpha male because he has stronger sperm.
This is impacting your perception of the world to view yourself through a prism in which you are “cursed”, “scared”, “rejected” and afraid all in one paragraph.
So let’s shake you out of this funk and set your record straight.
The Nice Guy, like the creatures that hang about behind Godfrey Bloom’s hypothetical lady fridge, just won’t die.