Why do women say they want a nice guy but they really dont they want a low life
dating this one girl and she always tells me that she loves me and care for me and wants to be with me but she doesnt but I cant hang out with her and her friends and she always on dating sites and texing all these dudes that she meets up on dating sites and tell me that they just friends and that they are not doing anything and when I confront her about it I am the bad guy
If you don't like what you have move on to a more mature, stable, and classy chic or keep getting screwed over by this one. I've been with my husband for 7 years. He's a nice sweet guy and I wouldn't ruin my relationship with him for anything. If someone truly cares about you they show it. It sounds like you need to move on. Immature people don't know what they want or need and you can't expect them to change for you.
It sounds to me she is very immature and cannot get over the love of herself in able to truly learn how to love another. Do yourself a favor my friend, get rid of her. It may hurt for a while, but it is better than letting her hurt you every day.
Don't bother with girls. Find a woman instead. She doesn't respect you, therefore she does not love you.
Chasing after the "bad boy" is very common for young women and teens. Their motto appears to be:
"We love those who ignore us and ignore those who love us"
These type of girls/women could be in a room with 5 guys. Four of them are falling over themselves standing in front of her with their heart in their hands and the fifth guy sits in a corner being aloof and acting like she doesn't exist. Guess which one will peak her interest?
If you are a young man you have a few options. a) You could (act) or behave like a "bad boy", b) Expand your dating pool to consider other cultures that place a higher value on "nice guys" or even date girls with a strict religious background. or c) Date older women until your age group of women completes their "bad boy" phase. When I was in my 20s I went with option (c). Awhile back I wrote a hub on this topic. Best of luck! http://dashingscorpio.hubpages.com/hub/ … omansheart
Women are often proved wrong when making generalizations about men, I suggest that you are making a generalization about women, it’s not “women” in general or “all women”, it’s your woman and only “kind of your woman at that”. If she is trying to exclude you and is keeping her options open via dating sites and texting "dudes" then she is not interested in "nice guy", she wants a sap, she wants her cake and eat it too. She is not showing you or your relationship any respect and you need to cast her aside before you get any more involved. Just fast forward five years and imagine the stress, agony and tears you will have given to one person, to one relationship.
True, they always say that men love bitches. I don't. It's a turn off personally. Naughty, maybe. Bitchy, never.
I hope you do. You won't find happiness there. If she's ready someday down the road let her come to you and make her prove herself. If history repeats say goodbye and for good.
Cute, I agree. A little sassy might be cute
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