ss_blog_claim=c53e9ec92a7dc61f0c7fbc60e189fc3d The Endless Life's Journey: February 2008

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10 reasons why women reject men in a man's opinion

1- She's a bitch-Contemporary society is awash in rude, self-centered, man-hating Sex and the City clones who care only about themselves and have absolutely no conscience regarding men's feelings (or the feelings of other women, for that matter). Their attitude is: I have a million-dollar sexual price tag and any man is going to have to bow and scrape and pay dearly to gain access to it. These are the women who will try to emasculate you when you ask them out (if you don't have something they can sex-ploit), who get off on making men squirm, and who flagrantly abuse their sexual power.
2- You don't have the goods-Since money is the No. 1 factor a woman considers when choosing which men to date, if you don't have it or you don't look like you have it, then you're just not going to be on the top of her list. Until we refuse to pay for female attention, women are going to keep getting away with this kind of sex-tortion.She's taken, she's playing you or she's just plain old crazy.
3- She's taken-Since it's so easy for a woman to get sex (all she has to do is ask), she may simply be off the market. She may have a lover, a steady boyfriend or a husband. If these women are nice, they'll be upfront about their situation; if they're professional ball-busters, they'll manipulate you without mercy. So it's always best to do your homework before laying your ego on the line -- this way, you'll save yourself a lot of humiliation and embarrassment.
4- She's a player-In other words, she's a serial flirter. A lot of married women or women with low self-esteem fall into this category -- they constantly need to be assured that they're still attractive to men, and so will ooze up to any guy who comes close just to get his reaction. They have no interest in dating you -- just in getting you turned on and then walking away. This is another flagrant abuse of female sexual power over men.
5- She's a psycho-A lot of women out there have chosen "bad boys" or have, for psychological reasons, been involved in disastrous relationships and now blame men for all the problems of their own making. Some of them have dropped out of the dating pool altogether or have been repeatedly abandoned by men because of their chaotic behavior. They will reject you just because you're one of "them."
6- You have the wrong moves-If you "Hey, baby" her while snaking an unctuous arm around her shoulders, leer at her or keep calling her when she's clearly not interested, then you're just a creepy pest, and you'll have about as much of a chance of sleeping with her as a eunuch does.
7- It's bad timing-If a woman turns you down, you may have run head-on into some bizarre phase of her monthly cycle in which all men are bad, or she may be feeling unattractive, or any of a thousand other hormone-based reactions to the dating world. You could run into her a couple of days from now and get a complete green light.
8- She's been hurt-Anytime you hear "I'm taking a break from dating" or "I need some time to get my life together" when you ask a woman out, it usually means that she's just come out of a bad relationship and is not yet interested in jumping into a new one. With this sort of damaged woman, it's best to aim for friendship or wait a while for her to straighten herself out before trying again.
9- You're a geek-In other words, you have no sexual confidence whatsoever and you melt like ice cream in July whenever she gets within 10 feet of you. You don't have to be James Bond, but if you can't even get a sentence out around her without stammering, then there's no way she's going to accept a date with you. You will be instantly relegated to "friend" status, if that.
10- She's just not attracted to you-Simple as that. It happens and there's nothing you can do about it. It's best to just pick up the pieces and move on.

accept rejection and move on

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