Although Mark treated her great, he was still very much a MAN.
Early 50’s, successful, busy, a divorced father of a teenaged son, he felt very fortunate to have landed a 33-year-old stunner like Michelle.
Every time she wanted to criticize him for how he handled his relationship with his son, or his ex-wife, or his boss, she remembered that men don’t stay with women who treat them as incomplete projects – they bond with women who make them feel good. Here’s a snippet of her note to me: I love Michelle and I love this story.
And after dominating (and losing respect) for her last guy, she craved the attention of a man who was a little more alpha.But all relationships have their challenges, and Mark and Michelle were no different.The elephant in the room for this couple was that Michelle very much wants to have kids, while Mark never really anticipated that he’d be a father again in his 50’s.I’m still buzzing from the email that I got from my former client, Michelle.And let me say, that Michelle is one of my favorite clients ever.When you see any of these five signs you should put more energy into the interaction and continue moving toward getting her phone number, bouncing to another location, or inviting her back to your place.But you also want to be aware of the signals a woman will give to a man who she is clearly not interested in.Women who complain about anything have a way of sucking the energy out of a conversation and should be avoided if possible. She never asks you your name Here is a rule of thumb, if a woman is interested in you at some point she’ll ask you your name. Women are very conscious of avoiding awkward situations, and if she is really interested in you the last thing she wants is a potential situation later on where she has to admit that she doesn’t even know your name.Because of this, if a woman is hoping to talk to you for awhile, she’ll go out of her way to find out your name.Recently I talked about how to tell if a girl likes you.I gave five signs you can look for that indicate the conversation is going well.