Dating a really nice guy

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After the 4th time I finally smartened up and focused on moving on.

I’ve now been dating a really great guy for over 2.5 years. Which brings us to the results of the survey I did last week.

I asked a few of my favorite male bloggers to list three things that attract them to a woman, along with three things that “repel” them.

That is, if they were to approach a woman (at a bar, coffeeshop, whatever), what attracts them in the first place, and what turns them off?

The realm of women I find physically attractive is fairly spacious; but finding the combination of qualities that truly attract me in one woman, is rare. Obviously a woman disrobing in front of me is a great way to get my attention, but let’s face it ladies, you’re not going to pony up and show me the goods right off the bat. Small nipples and escaping from dates through bathroom windows aside, he is one intriguing writer: Biggest turn offs Kelly is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles, CA.

This is from The Urban Dater, who makes me laugh and reflect at the same time…is that possible? She blogs about dating, relationships, personal growth and what "healthy living" means to her.

I was like, ‘Well, pal, maybe the reason you’re not getting laid is because you don’t really understand women; you just have mentally categorized them and assumed their intentions and actions before they happen.” via GIPHY “After a showing of put on by the Women’s Center, he went around asking girls for hugs.

Turns out that almost every woman has had some kind of experience with bad boys, not all of them healthy. ” Here’s one from Theresa: This post really hit me.Dating a guy who identifies as “nice” can pose some problems, especially when he expects things in return for all his niceness.Here are 12 cautionary tales (gathered from Reddit) of people who’ve either dated or turned down nice guy nightmares. He texted me later, telling me how I hurt him by accepting his kindness, (the dinner he paid for even though he didn’t have to) and just sending him home alone.I always had a hard time figuring out what motivates a man to approach and hang around (besides a woman’s “hotness”, but I think there is more going on)…do we send out the wrong signals and not even know it?So, I’m pleased to share with you some expert thoughts on the subject…I knew I’d get some interesting feedback, and they did not disappoint.

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