There are many wounded people out there.
And these wounded people are probably out there wanting to be in a relationship. And that’s great. You just don’t want to be one of the people that matches up with these wounded people.
This week we are going to talk about how to recognize these wounded people who haven’t resolved their past hurts.
As we talked about in part one, there are boatloads of good women out there, but there’s only a small handful of women who have the potential to be your really great woman.
And there are only just a few women who have the potential to be your really great match.
That’s why it is so very important that you do not waste time toiling in a relationship with a woman who’s not a good match for you.
Since it’s usually pretty easy to tell if a woman is the wrong woman for you, you might be wondering why we would pick up an entire discussion on this matter.
Well, the way most nice guys tend to date is they try to seduce a woman to get them to like them.
Most nice guys have this underlying feeling of inadequacy.
Therefore they tend to pick women that are not really their first choice.
Since getting any woman to like them often seems like a major hurdle,
If any woman does like them, No matter how wrong she might be for them, Nice guys are often open to that opportunity purely just because they think that’s the best woman they are going to get.
There are many different kinds of wrong women and I’m going to help you identify a few.
Join us this week where we’re going to be discussing how to find a really great woman and the ones to avoid.
This week we are going to talk about how to have a healthy approach to dating and putting ourselves out there all the while making sure we don’t get into a relationship with the wrong woman.
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