Have You Been Out With This Guy?…….

I got the following information from the March 2009 Glamour magazine I picked up today. It’s about an article written by Jake, the resident male columnist, and some advice on where you DON’T want to go in your love life. Jake says the 6 men you shouldn’t date are: 1. Rebound Guy 2. Disappearing Guy 3. Slick Guy 4. Rude Guy 5. Grabby Guy and 6. Last year’s Guy. He claims the rebound guy is in a healing state and needs to totally get over his X before he can truly appreciate someone new in his life. Makes sense to me. He claims the disappearing guys give away is erractic contact. He will give excuses and not call you on a daily basis. He claims it’s the type of guy who hasn’t seen you in a week and then calls and wants to see you in a hour! He claims the slick guy will leave you feeling rejected because he is too into his sports car and high tech phone to show you his real insecurities! He claims with the grabby guy you have to set up the respect factor when it comes to touching you! He says if you don’t do this, you’re sending the message of a green light to him! Last year’s guy, he claims, may be very tempting when you are feeling lonely…but do not go back in time. He says that what it is that made you break up in the first place, will resurface and it will happen again! He says it is better to move on! So, I think Jake brings up some interesting points. He gives the male perspective of relationships and what is going on in the guys head. Does he make sense to you? Do any of these guys sound familiar?

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1O “MUST DO’S” For Women to live by………

I read this in a Glamour magazine of November 2008, and thought you might like it. I felt like it made sense, so I am passing it along. Good reading.

1O Things Every Woman Should Have Engraved On Her Brain:

1.     You Must Vote.

2.     Good Enough Sex Isn’t Good Enough.

3.     It’s Not a Sin to Win.

4.     You have much better friends than Ben and Jerry.

5.     You can’t change a bad boy. Only he can change himself

6.     Do it now; deal with the fear later.

7.     First rent, then shoes.

8.     Your body is a wonderland!.

9.     Yelling makes it harder for people to hear you.

10.    Don’t get even. Get even better!

Authors:  Kimberly Bonnell & Pamela Redmond Satran

I like this. I try to live by #10 rule. It is sure hard, at times!
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