Maybe he's not smooth initially or in big groups, but he is one-on-one.These are the kind of people who when you're 35, 45, 55, that you'll be happy with when you're married, and the guy who is super charming at the party and has the crowd of women around him, maybe he's not going to make as good of a husband. That guy is going to be judgmental and picky, and who wants that?

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You can find someone you'll be really happy with and fall totally in love with. Married people have said that this book makes them appreciate their husbands more."*Gottlieb: "Women try to be good friends to each other. He said, what you think of as quirky, endearing, and cute, is really annoying to someone else. You find something great, but you wonder if there's something better out there, so you keep searching.

These guys are all around you but you're not giving them a chance. But he would love you so much that he would overlook that. In the end, after three more weeks of searching for the perfect sweater—was it so much better than the one you could have bought originally?

Here is my take on this malaise: At one time, men were the hunters and women were the gatherers.

On an intuitive level, this essence is still alive today.

" movie, after she dumps a hot guy who helped her through cancer (and female audiences cheered)] well, a relationship is about reciprocity, so you need to love yourself and you need to be able to have some selflessness and love somebody else.

Women take Samantha's message as really empowering.

However, since the advent of the sixties sexual revolution, American cultural standards have shifted.

Men and women are exhibiting somewhat androgynous behavior.

Such men are convinced that it is perfectly fine for him to be "a gatherer," but the problem is, women are not natural "hunters." Nevertheless, because women are ever the adapters, they have chosen to compensate for the rise of the culturally androgynous male, aka, the "male gatherer." She has now assumed his previous role---that of protector and provider. He is the male who claims to have embraced equality, but who actually doesn't respect women all that much. What they didn't realize is that most men are more than happy to accept the "No Strings Attached" philosophy of "free love." His philosophy goes something like this: "If we live together, I will enjoy the convenience of having a quasi-wife, but without any messy responsibilities or financial risk." The male gatherer is into "low stress" relationships. " Meanwhile, he takes pleasure in having sex on a regular basis.

In the event he should decide a woman with whom he is co-habitating doesn't meet his needs after all, he has no problem leaving. Gratification with no commitment and no repercussions---that's his motto.

Whether it's with men or sweaters…if you just think you have unlimited options for the rest of your life, of course you'll keep looking, who wouldn't?