Good guys vs Bad guys. No healthy woman wants a bad boy long term or otherwise.

  1. realtalk247 profile image75
    realtalk247posted 3 years ago

    Good guys vs Bad guys. No healthy woman wants a bad boy long term or otherwise. Good men are loved.

    Good guys do not finish last. Healthy women with value for themselves/accomplished do not want to present what the cat dragged in to their family. You can't take 'thug nation' to the holiday party.  No healthy woman wants a man that brings drama, low wages, criminal record/criminal associates. 
    What do good guys need to learn? (1) stand up for yourself (2)speak with authority and confidence (3) if you want a woman, go for it, stop being insecure waiting for a woman to land the plane for you to approach (4) respect yourself and demand she does as well (5) date, don't wait around for "her" time

  2. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 3 years ago

    "Good guys do not finish last." refers to the belief that they have to WAIT until most women are done with their "bad boy" phase.
    I believe most "good guys" are respectful of women maybe to the point of appearing as though they lack confidence themselves! Anytime a woman tells a guy "He's too nice" she's telling him that he is not a "challenge". His adulation of her bores her to death!
    "Bad boys" make women (earn) their time and affection. Oftentimes the women are aware they have "competition" with other women. The "bad boy" never lets a woman know where she stands with him. His breaking promises makes him "unpredictable" and even "mysterious"
    A lot of "good guys" sit on the sideline and don't receive any acknowledgement until these types of women experience enough heartache or become fed up with riding the love roller coaster.
    They turn to the "good guy" to finally (settle) down with. He's not what she "really wants" but he is (good) for her. Author Lori Gottlieb wrote a book: "Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough"
    I suspect there are some women who choose husbands for "practical reasons" while their heart beats for a "bad boy" in their past. Other women mature and can't believe how much crap they put up with!
    All said and done the old adage used has a lot of validity for quite a few "good guys". They've never had women proactively pursue them.

  3. C.V.Rajan profile image60
    C.V.Rajanposted 3 years ago

    First of all where is the question? What is the question? This Q&A section is meant for getting answers or others opinions.

    You have come here and made a presentation of your views about good guys/ bad guys. You don't seem to be interested in anything else.


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