Dating guy nice
Both studies found that “nice” qualities were more desirable for long-term relationships while physical attractiveness prevailed in terms of sexual relationships: Niceness appeared to be the most salient factor when it came to desirability for more serious relationships, whereas physical attractiveness appeared more important in terms of desirability for more casual, sexual relationships.
As hypothesized, women who placed a lesser emphasis on the importance of sex had fewer sexual partners, were less accepting of men who had many sexual partners and were more likely to choose the nice guy as a dating partner.
This last aspect of dating is the hardest to handle, because those red flags are exactly what attracts Mr. This article is inspired from a woman I talked to this morning who has been searching for a nice guy for almost 5 years.
Most women claim to want the guy who is sensitive, emotionally fluent and intimate. We are literally, scientifically geared to want assh*les.
Yet, when it comes down to it, women consistently chase after the “bad boy,” the guy who is narcissistic, self-absorbed and avoids all forms of intimacy as if they were infectious diseases. While women claim to want “the nice guy,” we're genetically hard-wired to want to procreate with the alpha male because he has stronger sperm.
(This goes for any other reader – male or female – who has ever felt a lack of confidence in his/her ability to date.
Dating failures are almost ALWAYS perception and confidence problems and not real problems.) Okay, Alex. They don’t trust their judgment, they want to see if their judgment is okay with their girlfriend. This is me, as a dating coach, translating what I’ve heard from thousands of women.