I agreed because I wanted to give it a chance, and I hadn't been on a date in a while.The first date went OK, so we kept seeing each other.At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.A reader recently asked me if I've learned anything new about women from writing this blog. To be specific, I've learned one thing - one important thing.I believe this is true for a couple reasons: Other data, such as a woman's religious or political beliefs, her social class, her family, etc.are either immediately available to a man via conversation, or else far less significant in garnering his attraction.I want to explain that one thing here, because the corresponding lesson for women is equally important. He wasn't the best looking guy in the world and he was a little quiet.
We spent a lot of time together, and by three months I was in love.
And if this is something you can't live without, you'd do better to break up with him now than to become more emotionally or sexually invested before breaking up with him later.
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It amazed me that a woman could end up being so in love with a man that, initially, she wouldn't have seriously considered dating.
In fact, I was so surprised by this that I initially doubted the truth of the stories.