There is a double standard in society when it comes to dating a lot of people.
When women embark on an endless journey of dates, society often sympathizes with them, attributing their lack of success to the cliché that there are no decent men out there.
Remember, you can't always judge a book by its cover.
Sometimes the men who seem like a horror story on the surface are really a romance waiting to happen.
Joshua Pompey is a relationship expert, helping men to succeed with online dating in countries all over the world.
We are a member of the Online Dating Association (ODA) which was set up to ensure high standards of behaviour by dating service providers serving the UK.
It is not a fear of commitment that keeps these men from settling down; it is a high sense of self-worth and the determination not to settle. Assuming men who break things off after a few weeks were only after sex.
They would rather go back to pursuing "the one," despite the fact that their lives will likely be worse off in the short run.
Bottom line: Be careful with the generalizations that you make before dismissing someone.
This makes perfect sense from the outside looking in.
From the woman's point of view, she sees the picture of a man who is constantly dating and attempting to pick up women, while other men his age are home with their families partaking in more "adult activities." But how fair is it to label men who constantly date new women in a negative way? Today, I am going to attempt to debunk a few generalizations that women tend to make about men who date a lot of women. Men who date a lot of women usually have bad intentions.
If you are strongly sensing something is off about a man, you should go with that feeling.