This weeks discussion is covering really really really wrong women for Nice Guys; women with Borderline Personality Disorder.
These discussions are not meant to keep men feeling helpless or rageful towards women because of the bad behavior of a few.
They’re meant to keep you more conscious as you date.
To teach you to go as slowly as possible to find out as quickly as possible to find what a woman’s nature is.
To remind you not to ignore yellow and red flags.
To not fall into caretaking or fixing mode with a woman.
To not accept any kind of bad behavior from a woman, and…
To not settle because you finally found a girlfriend and you don’t want to start over or because you don’t believe you can find anything better.
So these discussions are really about you…
NOT about women.
They are about teaching you to be a conscious decider – to be a good ender with wrong women and really wrong women.
To leave the door open for meeting women who have the potential to be a really great partner for you.
You want your relationship to lighten your load, not add to your burden.
Sadly, nice guys are attracted to the chaos of BPD women for all the wrong reasons.
This week we are going to talk about how to understand your own motives and ensure that you stay mindful of the red flags that come under the guise of fun for the first few weeks but only reveal themselves when you are stuck way too deep.
I hope that these presentations give you some insights into becoming a better decider of what kind of people you would like to have in your life.
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Our Weekly meetings are held on Tuesday nights (a minimum of 48 weeks per year) 6 - 8 pm via Zoom. They are split into two parts, the check-ins, followed by the presentation and discussion on the topic of the night.
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