Moreover, you'll come to accept that you don't want to make it alone.
There's a difference between knowing or being told you need someone in your life and feeling you need someone to share your life with.
It's a mistake for today's modern day, professional woman to lead with (or overemphasize) her career accomplishments, as none of that matters to him if he's not attracted to her or if he doesn't find her to be warm, sweet, and kind (or if he doesn't get a sense that she can or will appreciate him for who he is).
If he senses that she might not be the type to show him sincere respect and admiration, he'll likely skip right by her and target someone who seems to be more of a "soft place to land" at the end of a hard day.
Are the qualities that make a man desirable and marketable the same qualities that give a woman a competitive edge?
But then, I only took one psych course in college……I like to keep things simple.
It's hard to hear, but your career successes may turn him off more than you think.
If you are striking out with online dating and leaving singles' gatherings without new prospects, it's quite possible that you are shooting out of your league. Do you have what it takes to naturally attract the type of person you typically target? Larry Davis challenges single men and women to be brutally honest in determining what their "Romantic Market Value" is — and to target prospective candidates appropriately.
It is an adaptation of the BBC series of the same name.
The Office was adapted for American audiences by Greg Daniels, a veteran writer for Saturday Night Live, King of the Hill, and The Simpsons.