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This is an excerpt straight out of Chapter 5 of The Tao of Dating: The Smart Woman’s Guide to Being Irresistible.
It’s an addendum to the Huffington article “Which Part of ‘Bad Boy’ Did You Not Understand, Sandra?
Chronic evasiveness precludes all three, so this is an inauspicious start to things.
Incidentally, if a man lies to you even once for non-humanitarian reasons (e.g., only something like “There’s no one hiding in the attic from the secret police” is acceptable), that’s grounds for leaving him.
If you like bad boys and can handle them just fine, then skip this section.
If you’ve ever found a bad boy even slightly appealing and think you they’re just so darn tasty sometimes.
If I were to pick one quality that would be the most accurate indicator of whether someone’s a bad boy, it’s a presence of .
Whether of beauty, wealth, intelligence, tidiness, messiness, neglect or solicitude, extremes are tipoffs that this guy might be a handful who’ll bring you more trouble than it’s worth.
Bad boys tend to make early declarations of affection – genuinely or for effect.
They also fall in love easily and have no problem proposing a romantic weekend getaway when they’ve known you for less than fifteen minutes. Does he attempt to take you away from your friends and get you alone?
When you first meet him, does he touch you too early and too often? Is he always subtly (or blatantly) pushing the boundary of what’s appropriate and comfortable?
In a way, getting involved with a bad boy is like obesity: prevention is the best solution.
If it’s already happened, it’s often too late, and the solutions are laborious and ineffective.