When Michael Lockwood was a single divorced dad, he'd often write down dating advice that he planned to give to his daughters when they grew up.
Years later, he's turned those thoughts and advice into a book "Women Have All the Power, Too Bad They Don't Know It." Don’t be impressed by the unimpressive.
But if the brother is broke, you have to question his motivations (and his sanity). This brings me to my next point: RELATED: The 4 mistakes that cost this man his marriage Don’t ignore the red flags.
He must use whatever tactics are at his disposal to get the go-ahead for intimacy from a woman. Some women are notorious for turning a blind eye to the warning signs, even if they’re staring them right in the face.
Too many women sell themselves short by settling for a man with an attractive exterior.
A man who is overly concerned with himself and his material things has no room to value you. Just because a man is good-looking, wears a shiny new suit, sports some Now and Later gators, drives a shiny new car, and profiles a new Rolex on his wrist does not mean he is a good man.
You want him to crave those qualities you possess by not receiving them all of the time.
Let him know, for instance, that you’ll only cook every day for your husband.
Men are aggressive by nature, and once we devour our prey, we’re off on the next hunt.
If your man is constantly spending money on you without regard to price (i.e., clothes, trips, jewelry) and he can’t afford it — RED FLAG.7.
If your man constantly asks to “hold” some money or expect you to pay while on dates — RED FLAG.8.
A hunter will hunt a prey who hides, one who runs, even one who bites, but hunters never hunt something that’s hunting them back.
You’re probably saying to yourself, I would never do such a thing, but I am willing to bet you’ve done it or you’re in the process of doing it right now.