An all male panel will divulge those things that turn him completely off towards exploring more with you or any other potential mate. The show promises to be extremely transparent and very very interesting! Ladies get your pen and paper! You will absolutely need to take notes!!!
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This is the book that this show will be loosely based:
The Table of Contents for the book include the following topics:
1) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he’s not asking you out
The “maybe he doesn’t want to ruin the friendship” excuse
The “maybe he’s intimidated by me” excuse
The “maybe he wants to take it slow” excuse
The “but he gave me his number” excuse
The “maybe I don’t want to play games” excuse (a girl calling the guy first but guys don’t like it)
An excuse is a polite rejection. Men are not afraid of “ruining the friendship”Don’t get tricked into asking him out. If he likes you, he’ll do the asking If you can find him, then he can find you. If he wants to find you, he will.
Just because you take the lead doesn’t mean he wants to dance. Some traditions are born of nature and last through time for a reason
“Hey, let’s meet at so-and-so’s party/any bar/friend’s house” is not a date.
Men don’t forget how much they like you. So put down the phone
You’re good enough to be asked out.
2) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he’s not calling you
The “but he’s been traveling a lot” excuse
The “but he’s got a lot on his mind” excuse
The “he just says things he doesn’t mean” excuse
If he’s not calling you, it’s because you are not on his mind
If he creates expectations for you, and then doesn’t follow through on little things, he will do the same for big things. Be aware of this and realize that he’s okay with disappointing you.
Don’t be with someone who doesn’t do what they say they’re going to do.
If he’s choosing not to make a simple effort that would put you at ease and bring harmony to a recurring fight, then he doesn’t respect your feelings and needs.
“Busy” is another word for “asshole.” “Asshole” is another word for the guy you’re dating.
You deserve a f***ing phone call.
3) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he’s not dating you
The “he just got out of a relationship” excuse
The “but we really are dating” excuse
The “It’s better than nothing” excuse
The “but he’s out of town a lot” excuse
Guys tell you how they feel even if you refuse to listen or believe them. “I don’t want to be in a serious relationship” truly means “I don’t want to be in a serious relationship with you” or “I’m not sure that you’re the one.” (Sorry)
Better than nothing is not good enough for you!
If you don’t know where the relationship is going, it’s okay to pull over and ask.
Murky? Not good.
There’s a guy out there who will want to tell everyone that he’s your boyfriend. Quit goofing around and go find him.
4) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he’s not having sex with you
The “he’s afraid to get hurt again” excuse
The “he’s so into me that now he’s not” excuse
The “But it still feels so good” excuse
The “multiple excuses” excuse
People tell you who they are all the time. When a man says he can’t be monogamous, you should believe him.
Companionship is wonderful, but companionship with sex is even better. Call a spade a spade or more fittingly, a friend a friend and go find yourself a friend that can’t kep his hands off you.
Your lost self esteem may take longer to find than a new boyfriend, so prioritize accordingly.
If you’re tempted to spend countless nights just cuddling with someone, buy a puppy.
There’s someone out there that does want to have sex with you, hot stuff.
5) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he’s having sex with someone else
The “he’s got no excuse and he knows it” excuse
The “but I’ve gotten fat” excuse
The “he has a stronger sex drive than I” excuse
The “but at least he knew her” excuse
There’s no excuse for cheating.
Your only responsibility in someone else’s lapse in judgment is to yourself.
Cheating is cheating. It doesn’t matter whom it was with or how many times it happened.
Cheating gets easier every time it’s done. It’s only hard the first time, when one feels the sting of morality and the guilt of betraying someone’s trust.
Cheaters never prosper
A cheater only cheats himself because he doesn’t get to be with you.
6) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he only wants to see you when he’s drunk
The “but I like him this way” excuse
The “at least it’s not the hard stuff” excuse
It doesn’t count unless he says it when he’s sober. And “i love you” while under the influence of anything stronger than grape juice won’t hold up in court or in life.
Drinking and drug use are not a path to one’s innermost feelings.
If he only wants to see you, talk to you, have sex with you, etc., when he’s inebriated, it ain’t love – it’s a sport.
Bad boys are actually bad.
You deserve to be with someone who doesn’t have to get loaded to be around you.
7) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he doesn’t want to marry you
The “things are really tight right now” excuse
The “he’s so terribly put upon” excuse
The “is this really an excuse” excuse
The “he’s just not really” excuse
The “he just needs a better role model” excuse
“Doesn’t want to be married” and “doesn’t want to get married to me” are very different things. Be sure abotu which category he falls under.
If you have different views about marriage, what else are you not on the same page about? Time to take inventory.
If you don’t feel like you’re rushing, why are you waiting?
There’s a guy out there who wants to marry you.
8) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he’s breaking up with you
The “but he misses me” excuse
The “but it really takes the pressure off of us” excuse
The “but everyone is doing it” excuse
The “but he wants to get back together” excuse
The “but I’m so damn nice” excuse
The “I do not accept his breakup” excuse
You can’t talk your way out of a breakup. It’s not up for discussion. A breakup is a definitive action not a drastic one.
Breakup sex still means you’re broken up
Cut him off. Let him miss you.
He doesn’t need to be reminded that you’re great.
He can take care of his cat.
“Classy” doesn’t break into his answering machine
There’s a guy out there who’s going to be really happy that you didn’t get back together with your crappy ex-boyfriend
9) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he’s disappeared on you
The “maybe he’s dead” excuse
The “but can’t I at least yell at him” excuse
The “but I want an answer” excuse
He might be lying in the hospital with amnesia, but more likely he’s just not that into you.
No answer is your answer
Don’t give him the chance to reject you again.
Let his mother yell at him. You’re too busy.
There’s no mystery – he’s gone and he wasn’t good enough for you.
10) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he’s married (and other insane variations of being unavailable)
The “but his wife is such a b****” excuse
The “but he’s a really good person” excuse
The “I should just wait it out” excuse
The “but he gave me his number” excuse
Unless he’s all yours, he’s still hers.
There are cool, loving single men in the world. Find one of them to go out with.
If a guy is yelling about his ex-wife or crying over his last girlfriend, try to find someone else to take you to the movies.
Don’t be that girl.
You are not easily forgotten. Let him find you when he’s ready.
11) He’s Just Not That Into You – if he’s a selfish jerk, a bully or a really big freak
The “he’s really trying to be better” excuse
The “it’s just the way he was brought up” excuse
The “It’s not always goign to be like this” excuse
The “it’s behind closed doors that count” excuse
The “but he’s just trying to help” excuse
The “but now I’m playing in the big leagues” excuse
The “he’s just finding himself” excuse
The “maybe it’s just his little quirk” excuse
The rare but exotic “he’s afraid of the intimacy of sleep” excuse
Life is hard enough as it is without choosing someone difficult to share it with
You deserve to be with someone who is nice to you all the time.
There’s never a reason to shout at someone unless they are in imminent danger.
Freaks should remain at the circus, not in your apartment.
You already have one asshole. You don’t need another.
Make a space in your life for the glorious things you deserve.
Have faith. What other choice is there?
Guest writer: Titania Adams