Friday, December 10, 2010

...lifes funny sometimes...

Life is already funny, add the world wide web and we have a completely different addition to a funny life....We all know about the traditional women's "help & advice" sections in every magazine and a million websites. But it is once in a while when you stumble upon a "help & advice" for men. I stumbled upon a ehow article that made me laugh. It was a how to get a girlfriend, dating advice for single men. If you have ever looked at a ehow article it rates difficulty, well this article rates it as easy. The other part that I found to be funny was that it literally had three steps to get a girlfriend for a single man. Really are us girls that simple? I never thought that!

Best advice I have EVER seen!
Have patience. These things take time. You can't force someone to like you, and trying to hurry things up can ruin the courtship altogether. Give him some space and don't be obsessive. Let things progress at a natural pace, or fade out of natural causes. Eventually he'll tell you one way or another whether or not he's interested in reciprocating your affection. And if he's not, don't hang around him like a lost puppy. Sometimes you might be incompatible in ways that you don't see, and sometimes a guy just isn't ready for a long term relationship. Don't take rejection too personally. It happens. Not everyone in the world is going to like you. Move on! There are other fish in the sea and if you followed the first step, you know that you're a good catch.
Keep in mind that you cannot control what other people think and do. He may be the object of your interest, but that does not create any obligation that you be his. Turn the situation around. If there was some random guy who took an interest in you, is there anything that he could do to make you like him? Probably not. You will like him or not. You will find him attractive or not. You will find him funny or not. All he can do is try to be the best person he can be, and hope that you agree. The reverse is also true. Be the best person you can be, and let it develop--or not--from there.