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Show #208: My guest on the show is Tinzley Bradfored, Author of “The Settle Free Dating Method for Women”
The Questions You Should Be Asking Him!
On this week’s show, my guest is Tinzley Bradford, the author of The Settle Free Dating Method for Women. Her book, based on her own experiences and observations, discusses the dos and don’ts of dating designed to help women find lasting love with the right man and not settle for the wrong one!
This week, Tinzley and I discuss the questions that you should be asking men on the first few dates to weed out the ones that just aren’t the right fit.
Is He Looking for Something Long Term?
The first question that women should be asking men is “Are you looking for a long-term relationship?” According to Tinzley, this is a question that is crucial in determining whether he is on the same page as you. Without taking the time to make out his intentions, you’ll be wasting your time on a man that ultimately has no interest in pursuing you for the long-run. If you know for a fact that you are looking for a lasting, long-term relationship, don’t deal with excuses from men that simply want to have some fun and play the field. Remember ladies—you wouldn’t apply to a part-time job if you were looking for a full-time position. The same thing applies to relationships!
Find Out Why He’s Interested in You
Tinzley’s second question that women should be asking men is “Why are you interested in me?” By asking him this question, you’ll be able understand what it truly is that makes him gravitate toward you. You’ll be able to know if he’s attracted to more than just your body, such your personality, mannerisms, and quirks.
Be His Main Course, Not His Side-Dish!
The final question that women should be asking men should be asked from the earliest stages of dating: “Are you in a relationship?” You absolutely need to know whether he’s seeing someone else. Don’t let him lead you on to believe that your relationship is exclusive when he in fact has a totally different intention. If he tells you he’s in another “situation,” let him know exactly what it is that you’re looking for and that it isn’t dating a man that is either married or in a relationship with another woman. Remember to always protect your heart and realize that it’s all too easy to fall for a man’s charm. You want to be his main course, not his side-dish!
What do you think about Tinzley’s three questions that women should be asking men? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!
About the Guest
Over the years, Tinzley found herself in a seemingly endless state of dissatisfaction with men. Inspired by a desire to end the willingness she felt to allow men to not fulfill her and her needs, she wrote her book to empower other women to make wiser choices when it comes to men and their dating lives.
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