Rather than having male friends, it’s common for Nice Guys to gravitate around females; they always make themselves available, don't mind to drive them around, offer emotional support when a shoulder to cry on is needed and generally spend a great deal of time and effort to "fix" women and make them feel good. Sacrificing their own personal power, they're unclear about what they stand for, about what they truly need and want.
As soon as she realizes you’re just playing her for sex, she’ll dump you with a lame excuse.
Also, don’t base the success of your dating relationship on your sexual motivation alone - unless you date just for fun and don’t plan a committed, long dating relationship.
At this point, she either dumps you leaving a big hole in your heart or uses you as well (for your money, social status, or whatever) – and that’s when your relationship becomes There’s really no way around this.
You must build your self-worth, improve your self-esteem by focusing on the value you bring to the world.
Relationships and the whole dating game in general are no easy tasks for men.
Let's face it: most of the time we have no idea what we're doing...
(if that’s the case, simply ignore the rest of this tip.) Don’t get me wrong – sexual chemistry in relationships rocks!
But no matter how amazing sex is, your sexual motivation will disappear or when the first common relationship problems emerge. Would you rather be somewhere else than right there with her after having sex?
This mindset always backfires - low self-esteem is unsexy and unattractive; in fact, it’s among the major dating dealbreakers for most women.
Even if you’re able to mask it in the beginning and start dating a woman, sooner or later she sees through you and feels used.
When the infatuation stage dissipates you need something solid to rely on: a real connection and a good relationship compatibility – beyond just sex.