And nowadays, lots of guys are less educated and affluent than you. This is a heart-centered, science-based, practical guide to finding fulfillment in your love lives and far beyond, all through a series of small, simple steps that put the fun back in dating. I love that it can be applied not just to dating but to all areas of life. I enjoy this book because the focus is on teaching tools and ways of thinking to improve myself which will subsequently result in attracting a better quality of man....rather than a "how to get the guy" approach.
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Even the Bible has something to say about that: "For he that hath, to him shall be given: and he that hath not, from him shall be taken away even that which he hath." Seems kind of mean, but it's just the way of the world: wealth begets wealth. Because even if only one thousandth of one percent of the 6.5 billion people in this world are cool enough to be eligible for your companionship, that's, oh, 65,000 folks. To be able to take care of anyone else, you need to take care of you first. As a man, if you take on too much yin, you risk turning into an indecisive wimp, which is not necessarily appealing to women.
So even if you don't have a companion, act as if there is an unlimited supply of what you want available to you already. That's enough dates to tide you over for a whole month. Simple, totally non-negotiable, and often neglected. 'Interest' means that you're signing up for your fulfillment and joy, not your pain. Having an open heart is great; just remember to keep your spine also.
Everyday TV and other media specialize in portraying women as cheap and disposable. Just by reading it, one is restored to one's own heart.