Valerie Wallace, 21 years old
Being told you should like a nice guy who you don't find attractive is the literal worst. I have been on 11 dates 11 DATES with a guy I couldn't bring myself to kiss more recently than I want to admit because 1 he was really interested, 2 I wasn't into anyone else was at the time, and 3 I was getting so much pressure from family and friends to just " date a nice guy already," after several weird situations with jerks that I wanted to really try with this one. That guy actually was a nice guy — our personalities were just not a fit — but I remembered doing a sneaky sniff test of his shirt and not. Chemistry is real. I dating a too nice guy also advise against dating the " nice " guy: the guy who isn't really nicebut rather is desperate. He wants a girlfriend. You are a girl, and nearby, so that makes you Perfect For Him.
Instead, they just soak up all the nice treatment and then sleep with a guy who makes them feel how they really want to feel. What do women really want to feel when interacting with a guy? Keep reading to discover the answer. When a guy notices that a woman is reacting in a positive way to his nice behavior dating a too nice guy.
Like, what? No drama? It gets scarier as things progress too. You think his kind gestures have an ulterior motive.
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You know the type. They get offended when you imply that they're anything but nice -- because that means you're beginning to figure them out. Time after time, I fall for the same type. They're seemingly shy but overly confident. They've got style and swagger, but they're always a little insecure. They seem to have friends, but they're dating a too nice guy alone. He seems nice, but he's not.
I'm a woman who's all about going out with nice guys. Shocking, I know -- but it shouldn't be. I'm not an anomaly of the XX chromosome, I'm not boring, overly domestic, and certainly not a prude. I'm just a girl who's done putting up with the BS and douchebaggery of bad boys. Don't get me wrong; I've dated my share of jerks. That's part of how I got here. But after kissing a few frogs, I've learned the benefits of always choosing a heart of gold over a tall, dark, and handsome jerk. Here's how I learned to love dating nice guys.