There are certain things in life which are never easily understood, not least of all when it comes to dating. Men - you think you know them and are reading the signals correctly when suddenly, out of the blue, you realise that, who you thought you were dating, was a pure figment of your imagination - and that, actually, you know as much about men as you did when you were fourteen and fancied the boy who worked in the chippie on the corner. Sadly, unlike fourteen-year-olds, when it comes to dating, time is slightly more of the essence the older one gets, and unless you're looking to spend two years of your life on a guy who's idea of commitment is adding you as a Facebook friend, sometimes it is useful to sift the chaff from the grain - or the players from the keepers, before your collecting your free bus pass. Players aren't always good looking but they are always charming and charismatic.
10 Signs The Guy You Like Is A Player (And He's Gonna Use You & Lose You)
Online Dating: How to Spot a Player | Dating Fox for Women
Picture this scenario. You met your dream guy on a Monday night at a social mixer. He couldn't keep his eyes off you. There was instant chemistry. He asks you out for Friday night, which appears to be a good sign as it's one of the weekend evenings. He takes your phone number and sends you a flirty text message on your ride home saying how he can't wait until Friday night. You remember your first kiss with this handsome hunk the whole ride home.
Is He a Player or a Keeper?
Got a question on my MySpace page from a reader. I love your blog. I read it all the time and have sent some of my girlfriends to it as well. Very informative. Here is my question for you.
When dating after divorce we all believe we will be able to spot him. But the truth is a player can be that good. He has had years to perfect his skills, hone in on what women want, and give it to them in such small doses that they keep coming back for more. He is smart, handsome, and charismatic.