In other words, the number of men who are taller, smarter, richer, is going to be a small fraction of the population. You may want these alpha male studs, but these alpha male studs often prefer women who are less busy, more available, less critical, and lower maintenance. What happens when you catch one of these Bill Clinton/Tiger Woods type men? It’s a completely different energy from your ability to slay dragons in the workplace.
Well, consider the personality type of a guy who is busy, driven, and wealthy. If you’re a woman who doesn’t consider herself an ambitious, intense CEO type, it will be far easier for you to land one of these men, because you offer a complementary feminine energy to his masculine energy. But I’m telling you, after 8 years of coaching, I’ve become convinced that people don’t change.
On the other hand, blue collar workers are perceived to be laborious, dirty, and have limited earning potential.
That may sound a little cold and cerebral to you, but I hate to tell you, following your heart has caused pretty much all of your relationship troubles.Please spare me the "it doesn't matter what a guy does for living as long as he love me" speech.I don't see most guys that work in fast food restaurants being popular or wanted by the ladies.I feel like I hurt a good man by trying to make a relationship work that was not the right “fit”. I mean, I understand we are all our own recipe (referring to Evan’s food mention above)…and I know some recipes don’t go with each other, but there has GOT to be one that fits better? I am trying to figure out why it’s so hard for me to be “mean” and say “this isn’t working for me”.
My brother, told me this: “Remember, there is no Mr. It’s a problem in many areas of my life: I am a pleaser, and don’t know “me”.
Which is why I’m not asking you to change yourself; only to change your choice of men.