A young woman once told me that she was ditching her “nice guy” boyfriend for her drug-addicted, unemployed ex, with whom she’d been on and off for four years.She didn’t want a good guy, and she made very sure she didn’t wind up with one.From Meg Jay’s popular TED talk: Taking into account lifetime wages, divorce risk, fertility and the supply of marriageable men, a woman’s late 20s are the sweet spot for tying the knot.4.
Trouble is, he likes himself better than anyone else.
We like ambition in a man so we get stars in our eyes for the guy who works 100 hour weeks and has no time to dedicate to a relationship.
And frankly, that's a reasonable question on his part.
Dating Tip: Think of your new relationship as a movie.
Women often get frustrated at this stage—we're falling in love and want to express it!