David wygant dating profile
You scratch your head, trying to work out where all the good-looking, honest men, who actually want a relationship and not phone sex are hiding. When you write a Disney profile it tells me you’re outcome dependent. You’re looking too far ahead, and you’re already creating a fantasy about who I am before you’ve met me. Some say I’m nuts, others say I’ve changed their life forever. I’d prefer brutally honest breakthrough to a “nice” rut any damn day of the week.
How would you feel if I told you some of it is YOUR fault? It could you be your fault you’re attracting the wrong men. You’re not going to attract emotionally evolved, relationship ready men, because we don’t like the pressure. One thing’s for certain: I’ll always give you the truth, whether you can handle it or not. If you’re the same way, then you've come to the right place.
David Wygant differs from other dating coaches by the fact that he coaches both men and women and that he advocates a natural and down to earth approach to dating (and recommends not using pick up tactics).
He is popular with the media, getting featured and quoted more often than the majority of dating coaches.
You're right about that profile, it is the male version of the "man-hater" profile.
I know I was successful (finally) with the online dating, and I'm very glad to NOT have a profile up on them any longer.
I was astounded by the number of boob/booty/leg shots and women wearing lingerie or using obviously old "glamor" shots of themselves on their profiles, while saying very little about themselves.
) but about the style of writing you use on your dating profile. Why is he wasting his profile space complaining/prattling on about all this?
Here are 4 styles of profile guaranteed to turn men off, or attract the wrong kind of men. The List Profile – This dating profile looks more like a shopping list than anything else. You describe everything you dislike about the male population, and threaten any man displaying these traits to stay the hell away from you. It tells me you’re the kind of woman who likes to break balls. Just because one guy cheated on you, doesn’t mean the next one will. Why would anyone want to date him after trying to weed through this?
I didn't read the whole thing, but the guy needs to get a diary ASAP! The same goes to those that vent their crap on blogs..name or not, it's such a turn off , & last time I checked, journals cost nothing. That's the male equivalent of a woman with a "man hater" profile (in a way) like David describes.
& his idea of a date is to discuss bad experiences....? :) David, there is something I'd like to add to the list. To be fair, this man did start to talk about himself and what he was looking for after that long diatribe, but how many women could get through that first?