Dating a married man book

Just don’t do it to the point that he comes to expect it.

If he approaches you with a flattering, yet rehearsed line — RED FLAG.9.

If he says he has a job but can’t articulate exactly what it is he does for a living— RED FLAG.10.

As a matter of fact, that’s usually the joker who can’t rub two nickels together.

What’s wrong with the guy in jeans and a T-shirt, driving a Camry, checking his Timex to see exactly when his check is going to hit the bank? Never allow yourself to be impressed by a man’s depreciating assets (cars, clothes, expensive rental apartment). If you’re going to be impressed with material things, at least be smart enough to start with his net worth. I had a woman tell me how flattered she was when her boyfriend booked her a posh hotel room, filled it from corner to corner with freshly cut roses, and had an expensive dress lying across the bed just as a surprise to show her how much he cared about her.

When Michael Lockwood was a single divorced dad, he'd often write down dating advice that he planned to give to his daughters when they grew up.

Years later, he's turned those thoughts and advice into a book "Women Have All the Power, Too Bad They Don't Know It." Don’t be impressed by the unimpressive.

Relationships will always frustrate you until you understand this very important concept: Men need to be challenged.

Men are aggressive by nature, and once we devour our prey, we’re off on the next hunt.

You want him to crave those qualities you possess by not receiving them all of the time.

Let him know, for instance, that you’ll only cook every day for your husband.

If he drives an expensive car, but rents an apartment — RED FLAG.3. If your man wears more than one ring per hand, more than one bracelet per wrist, and more than one necklace per neck — RED FLAG.5.

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