What you’re ultimately trying to accomplish is to show him that you’re a very enterprising woman, which reveals to him that you’re more of a benefit to his life than a liability.
You want him to crave those qualities you possess by not receiving them all of the time.
Granted, I’d have to give the brother an “A” for style and originality, but when I said to her, “Wow, he must be paid! He’s living with his mother right now, but he just really likes me.” All I could think was, 'This fool must have fallen and bumped her head.
I understand it may have been a flattering gesture, but don’t reward a man with attention and praise for foolishness.' Now, if he has no problem affording lavish gifts, that’s another story.
Let him know, for instance, that you’ll only cook every day for your husband.
Show him you’re willing to stand by his side — to a point.
A man who is overly concerned with himself and his material things has no room to value you. Just because a man is good-looking, wears a shiny new suit, sports some Now and Later gators, drives a shiny new car, and profiles a new Rolex on his wrist does not mean he is a good man.
When Michael Lockwood was a single divorced dad, he'd often write down dating advice that he planned to give to his daughters when they grew up.
Years later, he's turned those thoughts and advice into a book "Women Have All the Power, Too Bad They Don't Know It." Just Because it Glitters Doesn’t Mean It’s Gold Don’t be impressed by the unimpressive.
Contrary to popular belief, a playa’s objective isn’t always about having sex with a multitude of women; it’s about knowing he could if he wanted to—the thrill of the hunt. He wants his kryptonite to beat down your God-given power.
He wants to get you to do the things he wants you to do, when he wants you to do them.