Getting bored dating
He reviewed his own dating experiences and combined all of this information into his series of dating advice books for men and women.[caption id="attachment_724" align="alignleft" width="200"] i Stock_000012219947XSmall[/caption] Hi Jess.I hope you have enjoyed this series covering men’s 12 DNA Imprints and how to use them to your advantage!Next week, I get into my new book that’s on deck – Gregg feels that coaching has chosen him.Challenge and mystery are at the very cornerstone of attracting and keeping a guy. Remember these two thoughts: have already been to the gym.He wants to explore or expand a hobby, you have three going on.To be really effective, find out what he’s passionate about, study up, and be ready for the next opportunity you get to talk with him about it!
On February 24th I blogged about the 12 ingredients that go into men. You need to know these so you can understand men once and for all.As time passes, though, women tend to spill their guts – they tell their whole story. Women argue with me often that they shouldn’t have to change who they are to please a man, and I agree. If you have found a high value man, he will change too. I’m not saying you need to risk life and limb, but try something new that feels risky, to you.I’m not telling you to change who you are, at your core. Do you think you will be the same person at 35 that you were at 20? It could be something as simple as a new hair style or a new hair color! You have many, many layers – you are an onion, but you smell a whole lot better!I’ve mentioned this before, but it is worth repeating.Let your man have his own space – somewhere he can retreat to, either alone or with his buddies. You don’t need to follow him everywhere he goes or do everything with him. Sure, show some interest in what he’s doing, but if you have your own hobbies, he’s going to be intrigued in what as I like to call it), and solve your problems that you have with men and now you can too!!