How to reform a player in dating

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I think your male point of view may help women spot the good guys.

You advise us to be careful with the alphas and Mr. Well, it’s not always easy to spot them for women, especially for the attractive ones.

The best you can do, as you clearly did Evan, is be honest and upfront.

Love can grow stronger over time and it’s only when a shared vision of a couples future hones into view that some people will suddenly realize they want something they never knew they would have before.

So don't give up on him, but don't have high expectations either.

That way, you'll figure him out without getting hurt.

Date/able is a podcast that opens up a candid conversation about modern dating.

”) If it sounds like I’m teasing you, Ashley, well, I am.It’s easier for men to know other men, you can easily say if such guy is a player or not; but it’s sometimes difficult for women due to the mixed signals. I wish there was a way – a kind of test for women to figure out who can walk their talks, who is genuinely compassionate and kind, before we got emotionally invested. I observe how they treat waiters etc., yet some of men are really good at hiding their true selves for a long time (until they’re sure of you). I wish women could have practical tools to measure up men before they got involved and eliminate the narcissists/players. You made a statement: “It’s hard to tell if a man is a good guy.I’m physically a very attractive woman, and this is sometimes a real curse since a lot of men compete for my attention, and they all seem nice, compassionate, chivalrous, and generous at the beginning, even the alphas and know-it-alls. I would love to have a magic wand that would let me know if I’m wasting my time.” Well, you’re in luck, my friend.Andrea Silenzi speaks with friends, experts, and guys in bars about where love, dating and sex meets technology.The show tells the stories about relationships often blurring the lines between memoir, documentary, and fiction.

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