One of the most frequent of these was the question of While nearly all of the female commenters seemed to argue quite vehemently that they didn’t matter one bit, the male commenters were divided right down the middle in their positions: half that they did, half that they didn’t.
Among the half arguing that they didn’t, there was a further divide: the men who didn’t care about women’s pasts because they had no intention of ever ending up in any form of committed ...
”), although it did make for good occasional reading on how different people evaluated social status competitors in the scene (and worked to build up their and others’ reputations, or tear others down through rumors).
What interested me more were the various relationship topics that got posed and debated to death.
We all have a past, even that beautiful woman who you want to date or are dating. Mistakes are made so that we can learn what we want, what we don’t want, and who we want to be.
If you are judging a woman’s past, then you are not going to be happy in your relationship – at all.
When you get to the bottom of his player rep, and learn how to trust him as well as your own judgment, you may find that insecurities and anxiety fade.
Perhaps the stories typifying your beau as a past player are exaggerated.
On the other hand, maybe your guy confirms his past dubious behavior but vows he has changed or will.
But rather than telling you to stay away, we're arming you with everything you need to know to navigate their world like a pro. There are no surprises, but good guys can surprise you in good ways!
" Besides, you're most likely attracted to a bad boy's confidence, independence or rebellious, adventurous spirit—traits nice guys have too.
So you meet someone interesting, start dating and then he confesses to you that he has a prison record. One plot-line has the women trying to figure out whether they should continue to date shady convicts and ex-cons.
A few years ago, one of my reality TV guilty pleasures was the VH1 show “Mob Wives.” The hot buttered mess of a show follows a group of Staten Island women whose fathers, husbands and boyfriends are all currently or formerly incarcerated.