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For this answer, I want to enlist another story – that of Jean-Dominique Bauby – the former editor of French Elle magazine, who, after suffering from a stroke, became completely paralyzed, except for his left eyelid. After all, the guy who doesn’t prioritize you now is NEVER going to prioritize you. Am I just a big sap for thinking that character is a better predictor of relationship stability than chemistry?
Bauby’s story was immortalized in the movie, “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”, but it really got me to thinking: If you had EVERYTHING taken away from you – your body, your job, your whole self-definition – You’d be left with your mind. Cut him loose and choose the man who loves you for what’s INSIDE. Evan Marc Katz is a Dating coach for women, and author of 4 books about dating.
She’ll suffer through the dates if he promises to stop meddling. Tom Kelly's second book of essays, presumably about the bird, but there is so much more..
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Most of all, she’s questioning her own judgment, which is the hardest thing to do when you pride yourself on being intelligent and rational. And I’m betting that you’re a lot better off without that guy than you are with him. So if Tami wants to know where she went wrong in choosing her husband… So the next time you’re dating a guy, don’t get too sucked in by his charm or his wit or his looks or his money…
From what little I learned about Tami and her husband, it seemed clear that she willfully ignored his selfish, narcissistic tendencies because of what came with the rest of the package – cute, smart, successful, etc. Which brings me to the crux of today’s post: how do you KNOW if someone is a good guy or a bad guy? …or if you’ve struggled for years to figure out why you choose the wrong men… You’ve been investing in the least important qualities. Instead, learn to appreciate the guy who does what he says, who says what he means, who makes it clear that you’re a priority to him.
We tend to become good at weaving an internal narrative that says, “I have to lock a partner down fast, or else . .”In fact, research has shown that many women are willing to stay in unhappy and unfulfilling relationships because they're intimidated by the prospect of being alone.
” If you’ve ever asked yourself the same question, I understand. I wanted to “just know” that she was the “right” person for me. Tami’s a delightful person whom I’ve known since early childhood – attractive, athletic, intelligent, funny, successful, and the mother of two beautiful children. Her husband cheated on her multiple times – and Tami’s rightfully furious.But the reality is that so many women end up with the wrong guys and can’t seem to understand why.