The type of guy you’d want to have a family with – good father, dependable, doesn’t cheat, etc.
The type of guy who often ends up in the friend zone.“Unsafe” – It’s about being your own person.
It’s my belief that hobbies and a lifestyle are means to an end, and effective tools, but they themselves don’t have the power to make you grow into the person you want to be. Any line of thought like I was suggesting, or something different, something subconscious? Continue reading The following is part of a series of questions and answers that I did on a Reddit self-improvement forum in Jan 2013. There is one part that a lot of people, particularly women, seemed to take issue with and I’ll highlight it here. She got into another fight with her boyfriend and instinctively called you because you’ve always been there for her during those times.
I feel they’re just a guide to some philosophy, some train of thought that lays out the facts of life clearly and puts things in perspective, making you realize how little the opinion of strangers matter (in day to day interactions), and how you’re a person that is deserving of love and respect. You’re a sensitive guy, and girls like that, right?
I’ve come across a few guys in my life where I have thought, “Not if you were the last man on earth and I was the last woman and the future of the world depended on us.” Guess what? You *really* want to reach down and beat your meat, but your hands are chained to your chair and no matter what you do, you can’t move your hands closer. Continue reading “Safe” – Predictable, caring, very nice guys who you know will drop everything to be with you, eager to please, very sweet.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't you and I both on here to find love so we don't have to go on ? specific questions based on the profile you painstakingly crafted.
Call me old-school, but there's nothing like a dude with the balls (and conversation skills) to initiate this thing. Look bro, I have real friends, coworkers, my doorman — I don't need someone who I just met two days ago narrating his every waking moment — especially when you're not actually looking to meet IRL.
Not being needy, being independent, being self-assured, making your own decisions, and not caring so much about what other people think about you.
Someone who doesn’t need a lot of validation from others and has an “I don’t give a fuck” attitude. —– I’ve been getting some feedback asking if I can talk more about what ‘unsafe’ behavior is. I’ll do this in 2 parts, with “self-assurance, not giving a fuck, and being secure with yourself” in this post, and [how to build] “confidence” in another.