Decoding the Unpredictable Gender: Male

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Love Story by Taylor Swift

Men true colors.

She ask, "Am i pretty?" He said, "Yes darling you're the prettiest." She ask, "Am i fat?" He said, " No darling, you are not fat." She ask, "Am i the only one?" He said, "Yes, you are my only wife / girlfriend." Hmmm, isn't these words sounded familiar to our hear. It is the same tune being played over and over again. And we always get the answer what we always wanted to hear. Ain't im right girls? Ain't men too good to be true or too good to be such a bad liar? I really hate it when they say, you are pretty when you're not. Or say that you are sexy , when in fact you are fat. And much worst of all is that when they always say that you are the ONLY ONE, when the truth is that you are just ONE OF THE MANY! Why are men like this? Why do they prefer to say another thing when they mean another thing?

Well here are some of the characteristics of men that explains their true attitude:

1. Men are visual in nature. Yes, they are really visual in nature. Men tend to appreciate things more when they uses their sense of seeing. Men mostly never say that she is beautiful because she is kind, intelligent, honest but instead say that she is beautiful because she is sexy, tall, has long hair, pointed nose, etc.

2. Men usually are liars. Sorry to all the faithful men but i am just speaking in general terms and based on experrience. This characteristic in particular is somehow connected with the first characteristics that's why this charateristic happens. Why? Men are visual but they are not that insensitive at all. That's why instead of telling the truth, they tend to tell a lie because they don't wanna hurt us, women. Sometimes they lie most of the time because they know deep in their heart that he loved you, that's why he doesn't want you to know the truth. As what everyone says that it is better not to know at all , than to know everything and do nothing about it.

3. Men are unfaithful. Again, sorry to all those who may get offended by this but i am just saying this based on experience and exposure to such certain situations. Yes, i don't wanna hurt women by saying this but the it is the truth. 3 out of 10 men and unfaithful partners. Now the question is why? Why men are unfaithful? He is married or committed to a very beautiful partner, who is intelligent, sexy, flawless, tall, successful, etc, but how come he is still having an affair with that woman at the bar or that woman at the department store. Worst of all , that other woman is way way nothing compared to the original. Why? Why? Why? Men are polygamous by nature. They believe that they are the hunters that's why they tend to hunt and hunt and there's no single guilt at all because for men it is natural, that God created men to do this things. That's why they have the seedlings or source to procreate. Another reason is that man has no satisfaction. Yes, this is really true, otherwise man would never dreamed of progress or wealth. So because we are never satisfied at all, men will definitely look for something that is absent from his current partner or he will be unfaithful later on because he loose his appetite or just plainly loose interests at all. Hurtful though but true.

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Books About Unpredictable Males

Sex Signals: Decode Them and Send Them
Sex Signals: Decode Them and Send Them

This text unravels all the secrets of successful communication in the mating process, teaching you how to understand and enhance the messages you send out, as well as reading the "incoming mail" more effectively.

 
Decoding Love: Why It Takes Twelve Frogs to Find a Prince, and Other Revelations from the Science of Attraction
Decoding Love: Why It Takes Twelve Frogs to Find a Prince, and Other Revelations from the Science of Attraction

Relationships should be so simple. You meet someone. You fall in love. If all goes well, that person falls in love with you. You live happily every after.

As Andrew Trees reveals in Decoding Love, this “romantic storyline” has shaped our thinking about relationships for centuries. But the fairy tale is deeply flawed. Researchers today are making shocking discoveries about how and why we choose the people we love.

Drawing from the latest studies in economics, brain science, game theory, evolutionary psychology, and other fields, Decoding Love takes on a topic we all think we understand—how we fall in love—and illustrates that most of our assumptions are wrong. Along the way, Andrew Trees offers surprising new insights into the nature of attraction and desire as well as an intimate look at the strange intersection of romance and the modern world of dating. Throughout, Decoding Love reveals the frequently bizarre scientific findings about human attraction from the powerful influence of smell to a mathematical theory that one must date twelve people before happening upon Mr. or Ms. Right. Everything from a genetic marker for infidelity to the way the pill can sway a woman’s choice of her partner is explored in this astonishing and thoroughly amusing account of what goes into determining why one person falls in love with another.

Page-turning, thought-provoking, and sparkling with wit, Decoding Love is an uncommon look at that most common of human pursuits: falling in love.

 
Why Him? Why Her?: Finding Real Love By Understanding Your Personality Type
Why Him? Why Her?: Finding Real Love By Understanding Your Personality Type

Why do you fall in love with one person rather than another? In this fascinating and informative book, Helen Fisher, one of the world’s leading experts on romantic love, unlocks the hidden code of desire and attachment. Each of us, it turns out, primarily expresses one of four broad personality types—Explorer, Builder, Director, or Negotiator—and each of these types is governed by different chemical systems in the brain. Driven by this biology, we are attracted to partners who both mirror and complement our own personality type.

 
Decoding Love: Why It Takes Twelve Frogs to Find a Prince, and Other Revelations from the Science of Attraction
Decoding Love: Why It Takes Twelve Frogs to Find a Prince, and Other Revelations from the Science of Attraction

Relationships should be so simple. You meet someone. You fall in love. If all goes well, that person falls in love with you. You live happily every after.

As Andrew Trees reveals in Decoding Love, this “romantic storyline” has shaped our thinking about relationships for centuries. But the fairy tale is deeply flawed. Researchers today are making shocking discoveries about how and why we choose the people we love.

Drawing from the latest studies in economics, brain science, game theory, evolutionary psychology, and other fields, Decoding Love takes on a topic we all think we understand—how we fall in love—and illustrates that most of our assumptions are wrong. Along the way, Andrew Trees offers surprising new insights into the nature of attraction and desire as well as an intimate look at the strange intersection of romance and the modern world of dating. Throughout, Decoding Love reveals the frequently bizarre scientific findings about human attraction from the powerful influence of smell to a mathematical theory that one must date twelve people before happening upon Mr. or Ms. Right. Everything from a genetic marker for infidelity to the way the pill can sway a woman’s choice of her partner is explored in this astonishing and thoroughly amusing account of what goes into determining why one person falls in love with another.

Page-turning, thought-provoking, and sparkling with wit, Decoding Love is an uncommon look at that most common of human pursuits: falling in love.

 
You Lost Him at Hello: A Saleswoman's Secrets to Closing the Deal with Any Guy You Want
You Lost Him at Hello: A Saleswoman's Secrets to Closing the Deal with Any Guy You Want

Sales tricks that will make men desperate to date you

Whether you've found yourself waiting for him to call or given up everything for a relationship that went nowhere, getting a guy to commit can be like getting him to walk over a bed of hot coals.

Jess McCann has been there. She used to make the same mistakes we've all made with men--until she realized that the winning formula to attracting the right guy lay in skills she already had. As a successful saleswoman, Jess has practiced over and over the techniques in promoting a product, finding the right approach, making the pitch, and closing deal after deal. Once she started to apply these same techniques to the dating scene, her love life made a complete one-eighty, and she found herself with more interested men than she knew what to do with.

 
Love in 90 Days: The Essential Guide to Finding Your Own True Love
Love in 90 Days: The Essential Guide to Finding Your Own True Love

Love in 90 Days is fun, savvy and based on the latest research on singles, online dating and healthy relationships. Loaded with step-by-step instructions, checklists, and weekly homework assignments, this revolutionary love book is also an intensely personal journey for each reader. Love in 90 Days guides you along your own path towards self discovery with proven and effective dating advice and tough love. Dr. Diana dispels common misconceptions about love relationships and dating, and share personal stories from women who have successfully completed the Love in 90 Days Program. There's also a chapter devoted to the special issues faced by African-American women, single mothers, and women forty-five and older.

 
If I'm So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single?: Ten Strategies That Will Change Your Love Life Forever
If I'm So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single?: Ten Strategies That Will Change Your Love Life Forever

Behold a wonder - a romantic self-help book that is intelligent, upbeat, practical, useful, winning, and even wise, by a feminist former director of women's programs at U.C. Berkeley and a leader of singles workshops. Page's program for those she calls "involuntary singles" is simple. She advises 1) that you discover whether you want to be single, and, if not, deal with whatever ambivalence you subconsciously feel about giving up freedom for love, taking time out from your career, etc.; 2) forget dire statistics and discouraging reports; 3) set yourself specific, businesslike tasks for meeting new people likely to please you; 4) keep your standards very high, and be ruthless in eliminating potential partners who don't meet them; 5) learn how to eliminate also-rans, including old lovers to whom you can't quite bring yourself (or can't bring them) to make a commitment; 6) stop being satisfied with "pseudo-intimacy," that contemporary singles' time-saving snake oil; 7) avoid "commitmentphobes," even when it means asking direct (and embarrassing) questions; 8) increase your self-esteem to avoid wanting to make someone inappropriate love you; 9) learn to say "yes" to Mr. or Ms. Right; 10) work on your flaws and foibles, not in order to earn love but so that you can root out behavior counterproductive to your vision of the shared good life. What all this boils down to is the power of positive thinking in a single-minded pursuit of love and intimacy; but what makes it helpful and at times inspiring is an acknowledgement that romance takes place (or doesn't) in a larger context that includes "a social preoccupation with money and business success" that competes, to some degree, with activities and qualities necessary for love, and a truly upbeat conviction that love is worth the fuss. A self-help book - with convincing case studies, useful exercises, guides, appendices - that doesn't condescend to its readers as walking examples of pathology. First-rate of its kind. (Kirkus Reviews)

 

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