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The Nice Guy Defined
While the nice guy is an agreeable person, he's got no control over his life. He allows women to come into his life, he agrees with them on everything, and hopes and prays that these women will like him for being so agreeable. It's so important for women to like him, so he's Mr. Agreeable.
Mr. Agreeable never gets the girl. He never gets the second date after the first because he's boring. What being so agreeable tells a woman is that you do not have enough self-respect to stand up to your own values. You don't think enough of yourself to own your identity, so you become accommodating, inoffensive and boring. You become the boring nice guy nobody wants to date. When you’re attracted to a woman, you do everything you can to please her. She's got a cold? You’ll bring her cold medicine. She tells you she's got a headache tonight? You drive her home. She tells you that she can't see you this weekend, you'll say, “Oh, that's OK. We'll get together whenever you're ready.” You don't have a plan. You're wishy-washy on everything you do. You're Mr. Whatever-You-Want-To-Do. So Why Do Nice Guys Finish Last........................Tune in Saturday night June 28th 2014 at 8:30p.m.est to find out Why? Call in at 347-857-3911 for another explosive show!! Also join us in the chatroom at www.the3kingsapproach.com
When asked what she wants in a man, a woman will usually say something like, “I just want a nice guy ...someone who cares and who listens” but those SAME women will then do the OPPOSITE and date a bad boy, a jerk...or a guy who doesn't treat her well. Why? We are going to pre-record another show at 9pm. the featured show will go live at 930pm.
In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared with me. This episode is, “Do smart gals and nice guys finish last? I am Successful at Work! So, Why am I Single?”
Tremendous changes in society have impacted traditional gender roles and expectations. Women used to be excluded from individual accomplishment (by law and/or custom). In the past, even the most ambitious woman had to achieve her goals through a male relative (parent or spouse most often). Thus, traditional females traded their “support” for a “provider” and vice versa. There were obstacles to leaving the relationship as there was a high level of dependency.
The challenge is that when a modern female (a smart gal) is their own “provider” where does that leave her? Where does it leave a potential mate? What about a modern male (a nice guy) who is not able to “provide” millions of dollars? They are in a fantastic place where they have the freedom to be loved for who they are versus what they can do for someone!
If you are successful at work, how awesome! If you are single and don’t want to be, how awful. These two issues (success at work and being single) are not related to each other. Many wealthy and renowned historical males (and more modern females) were not “successful” at their romantic relationships. Work is not the same as a personal relationship. If you are unsatisfied being single, address and “fix” that issue. Are you open to other people? Are you generous with your time and attention? Are you selfless enough to invest emotionally in the well-being of others? Are you addressing your challenges and evolving? These are the “real” issues that result in an unsatisfied single person. Be realistic about people. Be realistic about yourself. What do you have to offer other people?
Tonights discussion is about what makes a "real man",and a hearty interview with author Chavez Brown of the book " Nice guys don't finish last ". Question tho do nice guys finish last?Like really is being nice the wrong thing to be? Cause it's clear the shady qweens will get you together quickly.
Tune in be informed !!!
The troop of Nice Guys cry and whine a lot that women don't want them and choose 'dogs' and 'thugs' over them. In reality, women don't choose you guys because you whine and cry and act like a spoiled brat! Women might want you if you let your light shine and stopped complaining all the time.
Host Tiffany Williams-Jallow and expert guest Derrick Watkins, an international speaker and trainer with more than 20 years of counseling, communication training and relationship coaching experience with appearances on TV shows like "Love & Hip Hop" plus author of "Why Good Girls Date Bad Boys" and "How To Spot A Liar," help listeners to stop attracting Mr. Wrong and find Mr. Right.
Miss "The Irrational Partner: NPD, BPD and Other Personality Disorders In Relationships" with Liam Naden, marriage/relationships coach and author of several books including "Narcissism and Other Personality Disorders In Marriage: Dealing With An Irrational Spouse?" Listen here.
Join Tray and E as they discuss on the segment of Mate'ing. What are some myths that men hear about women but want the answers to? from a Woman's perspective we look forward to addressing 3 myths:
1. Nice Guys Finish Last
2. Women Don't Do Relationships
3. Women want a Marathon Man
Join Jeffery on Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 9:00 p.m. ET/8:00 p.m. CT when his special guest will be AUTHOR Rom Wills. Rom is a multi-talented indiviudal, but he is mostly known for his books Those Eyes and Meeting Attractive Women: A Nice Guys and Players Book. Jeffery was especially intrigued by Rom's novella The Sankofans (read an excerpt here), which offers a practical approach to Black Empowerment. To read excerpts from Those Eyes and Meeting Attractive Women prior to the live show, visit www.romwills.com.
SESSIONS with Jeffery A. Faulkerson, where entertainers come to teach their own Master classes about thriving and surviving in the entertainment industry.
What are women made of? Men and women are learning about themselves from the wrong sources: TV, the internet, friends, and yes, P0rn! The P0rn Slayer discussed what happens when fantasy collides with your reality.
The P0rn Slayer is a bold and transparent father teaching his children about freedom from sexual addiction, perversions and p0rnography.
What does the internet, TV, the music industry, movies, and the news media all have in common? They all teach our children and teach us how we're supposed to relate with each other and ourselves sexually. The church? ...hmmm, not so much.
Real Talk is here.