Why do great women pick people who treat them poorly? When you don’t get the love and attention you want, it may seem natural to give more.Smart, beautiful, incredible individuals – who give 110% to a man who in return, are only half-vested, part-time, and approach the relationship with a “me”, not “we” mentality. You invest more – only to find yourself more disappointed, depleted and feeling insignificant with each attempt to create/repair the connection. Jeremy Nicholson calls the principle of “sunk costs”.Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.As a result, they have a lot of love (sunk costs) for their date or mate. Are you giving without expectation of receiving anything back in return? Or, is there a part of your giving that is rooted in the hopes you will get love and acknowledgement in return?If there isn’t a foundation of love, respect and commitment with the person you’re dating, giving more and doing nice things will not cause them to love you more, it’ll only result in you becoming increasingly attached.While your friends see that your relationship is unhealthy, and your rational mind does too, you just can’t seem to get out. “Doing favors for others and treating them well, leads us to value and love them…They do all of the “doing”.
if you like him or he lik you just take it calm and be just friends if things go right you can now go out..Your primary source of happiness, from your relationship, should be in response to what he does for you.His primary source of happiness, from your relationship, should be your happy response to what he provides for you.And after all of those false starts and rejections and disappointments, it would be very easy to come to the conclusion that, dammit, you just seem to attract the “wrong” men. What if I told you that in my 15 years of single adulthood, I went out with a lot of women who were, let’s just say…highly emotional. And this is the stuff I can share with you in a blog post! I craved stability and normalcy and unconditional love and support.Girlfriends who left me at weddings, restaurants and holiday parties. Girlfriends who threatened to beat up people with candlesticks. Anyway, once upon a time, one of my friends was listening to one of my dating horror stories and offered her diagnosis: It was a reasonable conclusion to draw. That’s when it dawned upon me: My problem wasn’t that I was attracted to crazy women… Thus, the problem isn’t that you’re attracting the wrong men. The truth is that you don’t ATTRACT the wrong men, you ACCEPT the wrong men.
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