This article has been written by Sasha Daygame – Creator of Direct Dating Summit, for DigitalRomanceInc. I love it, as it is says it as it is, and to me, brings us back to dating basics, which is that men really need to take the stand and ask women out, I think.
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Here’s a excerpt from Sasha’s piece.
The vast majority of men are so worried about letting their true desires be known that they get stuck talking about absolute bullshit that goes nowhere. Men are afraid to be honest with women about feeling attraction and we believe if we can just befriend the woman, maybe at some point down the line we’ll have a shot at sleeping with her. Unfortunately,this strategy usually ends up with us guys being frustrated – and alone.
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James Sama is a speaker & writer, specialising in Dating and Relationships. He recently wrote this piece, which I found on the GoodMenProject, called: 10 Qualities of A desirable man.
I wanted to share his article, as it speaks volumes about what women are looking for in men; and although it may seem a bit like The Perfect Man List; the writer is only trying to share his thoughts on the qualities a man should possess, to be more desirable. He is honest enough to admit even he doesn’t possess them all, but there is no reason why you couldn’t strive towards it.
It’s very clear and articulately written, and I would suggest any man looking to attract the right woman, or keep the right woman in his current relationship, should consider reading this.
An excerpt from James article.
A desirable man is well-spoken.
One of the qualities I have worked the hardest to develop in myself is the ability to speak effectively. To be able to convey emotions, intentions, thoughts and ideas clearly and concisely will provide infinite benefits to your life. Not only will you be less likely to be misunderstood, but people will actually enjoy conversing with you.
Additionally, in matters of dating and relationships, there are few things more helpful than an extensive vocabulary. If you don’t think women respond positively to how things are worded, then you’ve never heard of “50 Shades Of Grey.”
Theo Merz wrote this very funny article for SMH back in February this year; but it couldn’t be more relative to me right now, with my own story of being worn down by Online Dating.
Here’s are the first two introductory paragraphs from Theo’s article.
When a friend mentioned the ‘flirt walk’ she had gone on the week before, I was intrigued. Ok Cupid, with its algorithm to match you up to potential partners; sure. Tinder, which removes any possibility of rejection from the act of seduction – great. An organised walking tour around the streets of London looking to meet prospective partners in person? It all seemed so quaint and inefficient.
But the more I thought about it, the more sense it made.There’s something a bit Rime of the Ancient Mariner about being single in London, or any other big city – people, people everywhere but nobody to have a flirtatious conversation with on the morning commute – which no number of matchmaking sites can make up for. And with every unattached man and woman in the Western World on some form of online dating, it seemed about time for a backlash.
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