It’s really hard to balance things out when it comes to participating in the dating world.What’s even harder is handling disappointment and trying to analyze what you did wrong in the process. If you’ve had enough of being puzzled over what you’ve done wrong, it’s good to take a few steps back and try to see the whole picture as objectively as possible.Very often, it’s tempting to give up on love because you feel like you’re going to lose your mind overthinking every detail.It’s a game of back and forth, but honesty stays the number one quality everyone respects.Trying to change him Now that you have got your man, don’t take this as a green signal for your mission to turn him into a ‘better’ or ‘smarter’ guy.Keep in mind that it was because of his individual quirks and qualities that you found him attractive in the first place.
But for some reason, he doesn’t call the next day, or the day after that, until a few months go by and you’re sitting having wine with your girlfriends wondering what you did wrong.
Lyn, I did not read your book, because I read Kara Oh's 15 mistakes, instead of the 12.
I do not see Kara's book featuring here, so I chose this one to write my review on.
Problem: Making it too easy “Men love a good challenge.
If you have gone out with numerous men and still find yourself single by the end of the day, perhaps you are misjudging some important aspects about how men generally think and behave.