Why Men Love B*tches
From Doormat To Dreamgirl...
"Why Men Love B*tches" is a self help dating book written by an author named Sherry Argov. For those of you who haven't heard of this book, it basically gives advice to women about what they should and shouldn't do when they start dating a guy, and even what they should and shouldn't do while in the relationship. She uses the term "b*tch" sarcastically, as she is not referring to a woman who is mean, but a woman who doesn't give up for her life for a man.
The rules are simple that most of us know, but sometimes forget when we get caught up in a new love interest. They range from the basic dating concept of "don't sit by phone waiting for him to call" to the more advanced relationship concept of "don't give up your social life to be with him 24/7".
Basically what I took out of it is this: anything you chase in life runs away. You can keep a man interested if he feels like he never completely has you. It doesn't mean playing a game of hard to get all the time, but more so that you shouldn't make a man the center of your universe. Don't give up plans or doing things you like to be with him. Keep your life exactly as it was before, only add him to it. Don't stop going to the gym or start seeing your friends less, because then the guy will lose respect for you thinking your giving up things to be with him. See him when it's convenient for you. Don't be needy and clingy because then you become more a burden than a reward. Be confident in yourself and your good qualities and know that any guy would be lucky to have you and should treat you that way. If someone doesn't treat you well, then find someone who does. It's as simple as that.
(Also, if you guys like reading about love, men, and the dating world, feel free to check out my book "Sound Bites: A Rock and Roll Love Story" on Amazon... I'd love to hear your feedback! The link is below...)
Sound Bites: A Rock and Roll Love Story by Rachel Burke
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