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Anyway, in short, I need some serious help and hope to hear back from you soon. I’m what you’d call a “nice guy.” I make a good living, I’m pretty attractive, and I treat women well. Isn’t being nice a Men reading this might empathize with Jason. What never occurs to some women is that: They’re being evaluated on far more than their most “impressive” traits. The flip side of being entrepreneurial is being a workaholic.
In fact, all of my female friends comment on what a great catch I am. Women reading this may feel bad for him, yet also want to him to know that it’s not BECAUSE he’s nice that he’s not attracting women. It’s because he constantly seeks the approval of others. It’s because he sacrifices his personal power to be conciliatory. These traits sometimes come with a significant downside that is painful to acknowledge. The flip side of being charismatic is being self-centered.
As someone who considers himself smart and direct, take it from me – there’s nothing wrong with these qualities. I think it’s not that these smart, successful women are exactly those things either, but they are perceived that way by some – not all – of the men they come in contact with.
But if it also coincides with being difficult, dating might be a long, tough road for you. The trick to that is knowing how the man you’re with is perceiving you, and being able to tone down or turn off the traits he might find as reason to dump you for someone more agreeable.
They hide their demonic soul behind the face of an angel.I used to think this was dumbing myself down, or playing to the masses, being fake, or not true to myself.But what I realized is there’s a reason they call this the dating “game” and if you want to play, you have to learn the rules.Thus, the hot chick likely was Evil All Along, or has made a Face Heel Turn; the constant heroine, although beautiful, is not sexy because she exudes Incorruptible Pure Pureness even if she's going to end up a wife and mother. Also sets the stage for Unfortunate Implications, frequently invoking various Double Standards attached to the sexuality (and the "goodness" of that sexuality) of a character depending on their gender.This is mostly applied to female villains, although attractive male villains are becoming more common, especially in series geared toward a female audience.
Often a consequence of Power Is Sexy, since Mooks aren't that attractive. Both a cause of and a result of Jerkass Dissonance.