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I'm not sure if I'm being dishonest or just implementing a don't ask, don't tell policy. And if so, how do I handle it so that I don't hurt anyone and, when I'm ready to become exclusive, I am able to do that? Sincerely, Man Juggler " Dear Man Juggler, Women who are looking for Mr.
Right should definitely be dating more than one man at a time. You are the company’s only salesman, marketer and advertiser. Men are your company’s customers and they make their buying decisions based upon the goods you produce (i.e.
The reality is, men worry and obsess, too—just about different things. Men look for loyalty in a woman, and while “Stand by Your Man” may have been a hit for Tammy Wynette—to say nothing of the long list of women who have made it their mantra over the years, from Hillary Rodham Clinton to Mary Jo Buttafuoco — don’t think for one minute a man will begin singing the same tune! Guys that have been betrayed, especially in the bedroom, are far less likely to forgive their partners than women would be in the same situation.
Women can win big points by supporting their man in front of colleagues and friends and defending him when necessary.
You’ll be shocked to discover how different love is for men and women. In fact, you want him to want to know everything about you.Yes, when presented with the opportunity most men will have sex, although there are always exceptions—they probably won't pursue a long-term romance with what they see as an easy woman. He’s not going to care or even notice if your handbag is “a little bit off” or if you’re a brunette and he’s always had a thing for blondes. She's on her period, but as soon as it's over, we'll have sex again. This process is directly proportional to the amount of sex you're having, or not having.Sounds harsh, I know, but deep down they feel she's decreased her 'value’. The ratio is: The more sex you have, the longer he'll consider those things cute (or at least not annoying).(For example, the GAP went through a slow sales period for some years, but the company has started posting increases in their quarterly sales.) Need another example for how to play "The Numbers Game", other than thinking of yourself as a company?How about shopping on Christmas Eve for the most sought-after, yet widely unavailable gift on the market?