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""Sorry Bill, you're a good guy, but I'm not interested like that.""You're such a bitch!

I realized today that the concept of the “crazy chick” and the “nice guy” are opposite sides of the coin. On the flip side, we hear women complaining about the inability to find nice guys. At worst, guys are jerks, users, and incapable of being faithful. ”Nice guys: “We’re here, but you ignore or friend zone us.”I think some women are drawn to bad boys; buff ego-maniacs; and/or larger than life narcissists.

Really, not the mentality of a guy who is actually nice, because one should not be kind in the hopes of getting a girl and simply be kind for the sake of being kind.

Any guy who tries to guilt you into dating him simply because you are friends has the mental affliction known as nice guy syndrome."Hey Pam, do you want to date me?

Most men, however, are not nearly as cognizant as that guy!

If a woman says she doesn’t want to date a bad boy, but continues to ONLY find shady, sketchy, insincere dudes, she might need to be more honest with herself about who she is choosing to spend her time with.

At least give a few of those women/men a chance as an opportunity for you to grow into a new, potentially healthier dating phase.

Look, if you dig a crazy chick or a bad boy, that’s your prerogative.

Though they may appear to have nothing in common at first glance, upon further reflection, they do share some similarities. And, of course, said nice guys share their frustration at the hypocrisy of women’s words and actions. Heck, I was almost duped by an insincere charmer who was actually a manipulator and user.By the time the jerk’s true colors start to show, their lives are already enmeshed and the datee probably has strong feelings.I have more sympathy for those who were duped by the deceitful jerk than those who intentionally decided to date the obvious crazy chick or bad boy. In spite of everything I did for her, it never seemed enough. She was frequently moody and would lash out at me, seemingly without provocation. I avoided conflict and withheld any information – including my feelings and wants – that I thought might rock the boat or start a fight. When it became apparent that our relationship wasn’t working well for either of us, I decided (actually, she gave me an ultimatum, “Go to counseling or I’m leaving.”) to join a men’s group and get some counseling. I've read the book several times and even bought the audio book! Glover's dating and relationship podcasts and they continue to change my life. I was passive aggressive – expressing my pent up feelings and resentments in “humor,” put downs, sarcasm, and backhanded jabs. Glover had followed me around for 30 years documenting my life story.

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