Dating why women like bad boys
That cocky and brash attitude doesn’t wash well with me.
There is a fine line between confidence and arrogance.
They stay on through their numerous infidelities and blatant disrespect hoping that they will turn over a new leaf.
Don’t be that girl who is so head-over-heels in love that she is willing to take whatever crap is thrown at her.
I'm often questioned by men who tell me they are "nice guys" but feel ignored by women who, they say, "prefer to be treated like crap".
While I don't agree that nice guys always finish last, I do understand that we women do make some damn silly dating decisions.
Perhaps I'm addicted to the excitement that comes when the bad boy finally does pick up the phone.
My most recent mistake took the form of a middle-class technology software partner who wore J Crew.
Bad boys come in all shapes and sizes, often not befitting the James Dean stereotype of smouldering sex appeal.
My first was from a chaotic background: brought up in foster care, a school dropout by 14, eyes the colour of caramel latte.
Women just can’t seem to resist the perils and pleasures of being entangled with one, even though the vast majority of those who have been down that road will tell you that it is not a trip to be recommended.
Yet, everywhere you look, the bad boy is depicted as an object of desire for all women. Sure, dating a bad boy has its perks, but is it worth all the trouble?