He’s a typical ladies’ man who leads you to believe one thing, when, in actuality, he wants his cake and he wants to eat it, too. What’s worse is he's Any conversation about long-term commitment is off limits.He doesn't treat women with the respect they deserve. He’ll avoid any and all questions that could mean he needs to dedicate himself to anything remotely permanent.A recent study has found that women took information more seriously when it was presented to them in a negative manner, even if the facts were exactly the same as the positive presentation.Researchers at Concordia University in Montreal gave female participants the same information with two different renditions in order to gauge their reactions that proved reputations do matter.Human females, like other female mammals, are wired to place an innate investment into the potential mate that will give them relationship longevity and ultimately the best offspring possible.Researchers attribute the female mate choice to the “parental investment theory,” which says women have to be more particular about their mates because the consequences are higher for picking the wrong one.
It makes things challenging to enjoy the gooey and exciting honeymoon phase of a relationship when all sorts of former lovers (to use the word loosely) really want you and the world to know that your man is never going to change.
In an experiment by researchers at Concordia University in Montreal, it was found that women were heavily influenced by the way a person described a potential mate to them, meaning that they responded very differently to the exact same information depending on how it was presented.
For instance, consider the difference between "Seven out of 10 people who know this person say he is kind" and "Three out of 10 people who know this person say he is unkind." When framed the second way, women were far more likely to reject the guy in question, even though the information is technically the same.
I was so taken by his gusto I agreed to go on a date with him.
A day before we’d planned to meet up, I received an anonymous email from someone claiming to be his ex-girlfriend.