Women and dating advice
Dainty foods (read: salads) seem to have a low correlation to fun and enjoyment.
First few dates, make the food good, simple and completely forgettable so you can focus on each other." —Max S.
Joy is contagious, unfortunately so are anxiety and insecurity.
So many people start dates from one extreme or another instead of a place of grounded confidence where they are open to actually enjoying themselves.
A lot of women write to me about being introverted and the problems that entail. Their friends are having the time of their life and meeting quality guys, yet they are stuck in the corner sipping an overpriced cocktail.
"Please don't assume we're going to the nicest restaurant in the city because I won't take you there.
If I meet a girl and get her number, the first time we go out shouldn't be a three-hour opera and dinner afterwards. If you guys have a great time, you're both left wanting more." —Greg G."If a girl and I end up hooking up quickly, it doesn't necessarily mean I've written her off. For example, 'Hey, I've got an extra ticket to this show tonight. ' Go out and do things I'd want to do, and then invite me. Be willing to embrace the things men love." —Sam M."I get frustrated when I feel like I'm constantly the one driving the conversation—it happens to me a lot and it feels a little unfair.
All she needs to do to maintain my interest is…be awesome. It's hard to get the sense that I'm getting to know someone when I'm tasked with doing all the talking.
Although it may be too soon to suggest he take a leap from the hot pan of matrimony into the fire of the dating scene, perhaps he might develop a taste for the greener side of the menu de l'amour.
Sometimes it feels like there's no one out there to date.
I'll take you to a dive bar with amazing burgers to see how you react.