For those prone to love addiction, however, the loss of that initial euphoria is akin to the crash that drug addicts feel when their drug of choice wears off.They crave the “high” and begin the search for another fix.
I am so good at what I do that people can tell me a very small nugget of their story and I can provide deep insight into what’s going on, even able to tell them what happened next before they do.I am frequently asked if I know the person they’re talking about, whether I live inside their head, and how the hell I know what I know.I’ve noticed that there’s a topic that comes up repeatedly when it comes to talking about dating issues, whether it’s about the problems with being a Nice Guy, online dating, or even just approaching new people: the idea that women hold all of the power in dating.They are The Choosers, the gatekeepers to the Promised Land, cruel temptresses who taunt men by being attractive and yet unavailable.Suddenly your world is completely turned upside down.
You feel an excitement – an energy, if you will – that makes everything seem new and wonderful.
While the desire to love and be loved is perfectly normal, the intoxicating feeling of being “in love” can be addictive for some individuals.
If you’ve ever been in love, you know how powerful it can be.
The idea is that because it is supposedly easier for women to find a sexual partner than it is for a man, they are the dominant force, the buyer in a buyer’s market.
Because men supposedly can’t wander into the mythical Bar (and it’s a “a woman can wander into a bar” scenario) and wander out five minutes later with a woman eager to jump his bones, women by default have greater power when it comes to dating.
This relationship will prepare you for the real deal with the real man who deserves you — either him or someone better.