I've been told by most guys that I've dated that I would be considered a "good girl" because I'm "smart, attractive, have a good sense of humor, and know how to dress (in their words)." And usually, things start out fine. But eventually, the phone calls stop, and the guys are on to the next thing. Now I will admit, dating in the "real world" is something I'm new at (recent college graduate). Am I putting out my spark unintentionally? Are these lines that guys say to get what they want? Do guys really want a good girl? Thanks for the feedback!
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Thanks for your feedback prospectboy! I guess I'm tired of hearing guys say, "I want a good girl," and then when I'm categorized as one, things don't work out. And then there are all these comments about women wanting "thugs." Not into that either.
You're welcome. Just hang in there. The kind of guy you are looking for will most likely come when you least expect it. I don't believe all women want "thugs". I just think a lot of women prefer guys to have a certain image.