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Worst dating advice of all time

Another woman making $60,000 said she wouldn’t date anyone making less than $100,000.These are arbitrary things that have nothing to do with attraction or being a good mate.

If you need to do something, smile big and nod at her.Many articles and people instruct guys to tell women what to do.One particularly bad article made the rounds last summer. Basically, it said if you see a girl with headphones on, tell her to take them off so you can talk to her.Unfortunately, thousands, if not millions, of women attempted these rules and ended up alone like the divorced author. I don’t have time to deal with someone who is purposely trying to be difficult, taciturn, and closed off.One should be busy having a fulfilling life, and thus it might take a few calls to nail down a date, but not just because you think you need to.We know women are generally more communicative them men, but this false advice of “keep her talking, and she’ll love you” is just a fallacy.

Yes, we should all get to know each other, but it should be because we are interested — not just because it’s what expected of us.

Yes, the first date or so should be lighter and more entertaining and not the time to drop all of your baggage.

But if I’m not getting any enthusiasm, or someone is just brushing off my getting-to-know-you questions, then I’m moving on to the next date. Yes, compliments are a nice thing but only if they’re sincerely given with no agenda.

Another common one is “You’re so pretty — you should smile more!

” First off, telling a stranger to do anything is not cool.

When I first meet with clients, they often ask, “But have you seen so-and-so’s videos on You Tube?