by Jay Julio Women are extremely smart in the dating world. That's why you MUST know what these questions are — and the motivations behind them IF you not only want to succeed with women, but also not fall victim to their personal agendas. That's why they have these standard questions they ask men as soon as they get the chance.
They tend to have a set of dating questions they'll ask every man they begin seeing. These dating questions allow a woman to save time by getting the information about you she needs quickly... for the purpose of these questions is to figure out whether you can give a woman the benefits she's looking for — and which specific ones.
But when you become aware of what women are really after with these dating questions, you empower yourself.
Because you're aware of what they're really doing, you give yourself the power to define the dynamic of your relationship rather than letting her do it — which is what happens if you don't recognize where these question are coming from and how to deal with them.
He ended up asking me to a baseball game, and I agreed to go.
We had a great time, talked the entire time, ate and drank, and no, I didn’t have to pay for anything.
A couple of days went by and I hadn’t heard from him, so I figured it was what it was.
He was a nice guy, and I enjoyed our time, but I wasn’t sweatin him. A couple of weeks ago, I went out for some drinks with my friends.
Of course it is possible to give such a pleasant and shocking present to your beloved woman but better do this when you know each other for a long time and have met in real at least once.Secondly, the suppression comes into play given my of my fear of being blacklisted as crazy, having trust issues, or any benevolent euphemism tagged to assertive, but very single, women in our culture. Exhausted by the dissonance existing between what I know to be fair and how the South raised me. And indifferent to the awkward facial expressions on fine faces when I ask the question, “What are your intentions with me? Whether in dating or my journey towards becoming the best possible me, Chasing such a thing would be unfair and pretty irrational.If 99.9% of the men I meet will not be a suitable match, why give everyone the same footing in the early days? Just an expectation of your process to get to know me and a platform for me to then manage my own expectations. I used to believe my man problems were at a minimum given my abstinence from sex. It seems like each year I trek out to Los Angeles for the holidays, I have even the smallest of heartbreaks to report on. Not because of the way he was able to get my number after making an awful first impression.Before writing this off as an ode to bitter, broken women, know this revelation is two-fold.