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Hi Helena, I am a guy and I have a question. How do you feel about women trying to entice a man at work? How should they go about it? In point one you talk about what started the relationship as friendship or professional respect. But what about a woman that tries to entice a guy to approach her by hitting him with a 1000 watt smile out of nowhere. Personally I don't think that is professional but I have gotten that multiple times at work. Two of these women were very lovely but below my half-my-age-plus-seven threshold. Then it got worse because I didn't approach them and they got upset. I finally did approach one because this behavior went on for several months. I really didn't want to approach because I was convinced that she didn't know my age and felt that when she figured it out she would loose interest just as I was getting pulled in. That is ultimately what happened but maybe not for the reason that I suspected. Part of what I found off putting is that she never called me by name even though I had been calling her by name for a long time. I was very concerned about how the situation would appear to a third party and didn't want to create a #MeToo moment. Ultimately I guess I took too long to ask her out and when I did she rejected me.
Can you please do a video on how women should vet a man during the dating stages? How to test his true intentions or love for you? Men test women all the time but no one has made a video on how women could test a man
I am 46, and male. You may want to read my other comment as my comment to you was intended to reflect off of that one. Sorry but my question was intended to be rhetorical. I feel that the book I recommended is a good guide. I agree that instincts are a good guide, but a very incomplete one, that is why I say it's not that simple.
About me: I believe that Dr. Shawn T. Smith represented me quite well in his book so I will quote him verbatim from page 185.
"The guys who make the best relationship material-the real men possessing the three pillars-aren't always the first guys to catch a woman's attention. Outstanding men sometimes make a poor first impression. Or they appear to be so bland that the make no first impression. The don't wear the right clothes, they're tongue-tied rather than confident, and they keep their best qualities safely hidden. By the time they are ready to show their true colors, the women they are interested in have moved on.
For some desirable, relationship-ready guys, this turns into a painful cycle in which they feel repeatedly rejected by women. That increases their jitters around women, which further reduces the likelihood of pursuing women and presenting themselves as the great catches that they are."
And that is where I am in life. I don't especially want to pursue women because it is too painful. Unfortunately I still get women making advances on me which I screw up because of my reluctance thus continuing the wheel of pain.
By commenting here I am trying to advance the notion that it takes a combination of good advice and referencing your internal compass to make your way. I mean instincts are great in the short term as a compass needle but sometimes you gotta look at a map.
LikeToWatch77 I hope this doesn't sound rude as I don't mean to be, but how old are you? It helps if you have self awareness as this comes with age and Life maturity, so you can fully understand what you like or don't like in another. For instance, keeping it very simple I appreciate guys who hold the door open for me or for others or who answer my questions with a few of theirs. I find that guys who don't do that i.e show curiousity may likely be uninteresting and have nothing to offer me upstairs. I have used very simplified examples at least on the surface level. There are deeper more substantive standards but for me the superficial usually give a good reflection of the inner.
But your female instincts are a good guide.
You should check out "The Practical Guide to Men" by Shawn T. Smith, PsyD. My opinion is that both men and women are wasting their time by doing "tests" because any of them I have heard about are really just games in disguise. I feel that it's a mistake to "test" his love for you and it will only make you miserable because no matter how much he loves you sometimes he isn't thinking about you. He has other goals and priorities yo. Instead you should just observe behavior over time and see if he is a good man. In the book Dr. Smith lists some absolute standards that all men must meet to be relationship ready but also he talks about matching values. Because the truth is that some men are terrible for all women but some men are terrible for you but would be perfect for your friend because his values don't match yours but do match hers.
Dr. Smith also has a book for men to help them vet women which is the first book that I read being that I am a dude. Good luck.
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For millions of men across the world, regardless of culture, class, nationality, religion, or color, hair loss is an unavoidable aspect of growing older. Fortunate are those who do not face hair loss problems even in their old age. However, a majority of men face this issue in their 40s, 50s, or even earlier.
Causes of Baldness or Hair Loss in Men.
There are a number of causes of male hair loss, including:
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It is important to note that hair loss occurs in women as well, for some similar reasons, and some different ones. We will cover hair loss in women in a separate article. Men predominantly suffer from this health condition, particularly male pattern baldness and early onset hair loss from age 20-40.
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