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You can overrreact to each seemingly personal slight, or you can deal with it in a graceful and detached manner like Lorraine. I couldn’t disagree with Kristy more as far as her logic for not giving the guy Lorraine went on a date with a 2nd chance.I currently have 4 or 5 “backups” because I’m focusing most of my attention on one guy at the moment.If you haven’t already registered for this free weekly advice, please click here: Below is a copy of the newsletter that got emailed to thousands of women just this morning.I got a flurry of emails in response to it and would love to hear your feedback. Maybe you met in real life and flirted for two straight hours.Just because you get this blog emailed to you doesn’t mean you’re on my mailing list.My mailing list is a completely separate newsletter with completely separate advice that goes out every Tuesday. Society tells them they’re beautiful and they’re mad at Tinder and Ok Cupid for not providing better prospects. I’m the average-looking sidekick, “the one who online dates,” and it’s my fault they aren’t having a better time. My best friend, who looks like the racially ambiguous lovechild of Brad Pitt and Pocahontas, waves her phone at me in righteous indignation. Several of my “classically attractive” friends are pissed.
As a result, you are continually derailed each time another guy fails to meet expectations. I am NOT suggesting that you’re wrong to want guys to act with integrity. And, finally, “I should just give up on dating.” A man could draw all those conclusions, but they would be patently false. I agreed to a date (although I did kind of feel like an alternate, or runner up to his first choice). I know it’s too soon to say, since I know all too well that a great first date so often means not all that much. Ask yourself if you’d react the exact same way that Lorraine did. He said it was my story about going to Dodger Stadium w/my Dad and seeing Sandy Koufax pitch a perfect game.
But what Kristy fails to realize is that, if she were Lorraine, her pride would have prevented her from going on a lovely date with a man who did absolutely NOTHING wrong.
His biggest crime, apparently, was that he met another woman first and was honest enough to – gasp!
To top it all off, he said he would call Lorraine if things didn’t work out!
How much time and effort did he really give his current relationship? And who in the world wants to be his sloppy second?