Dating tips from females to males

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As you've probably noticed, the overwhelming majority of men aren’t perfect at asking women out—and even the ones who are OK at it get tired after a while.

After all, it takes energy and courage to ask a woman on a date.

I began: financially I was just able to pay my bills, my first flight was only a couple years before, I was working 3 jobs, my savings account balance was zero, I was lacking a degree, and I was not a super model.

What could I possibly give him other than my respect, love, attention, affection, joy, and laughter…? While he agreed to the truths in my statement, I was failing to see that there is no amount of business success or wealth that he or I could build that would be as rewarding and valuable to him as the intangibles I offered.

Many women think they should be valued and attractive to men because of their accomplishments and independence of not “needing” a man.

In reality, most healthy quality males will respect you for your hard work, accomplishments, and independence however typically that’s not what they are seeking from you as a perspective partner.

Its honorable that you can pay your own bills, fix your own stuff, etc …

but are you openly allowing a man into your world and allowing them to be men?

The James Bond idea of a guy who can approach a beautiful woman on the beach and have her swooning within a few lines is rare—but you don't need me to tell you this.

A little understanding and a show of appreciation can go a long way in making a guy feel like the effort was worth it and make it more likely he will ask you (or any other girl) out again.

I know every woman has been told at some time in their lives to play hard to get and maybe once upon a time this was good advice.

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