“What could I possibly tell you that would make any difference in whether or not you choose him today or tomorrow as your ‘go to guy’ AND be willing to hand over your money in the hopes of understanding men, attraction, and our typical unwillingness to commit?” I doubt it’s possible so I’ll just ramble on from my heart the same way I do when in answering the thousands of comments and question you’ve left for me at “Why Do Guys…?You learn to be the selectee instead of the selected.
Like most women reading this, you want a real man; not a childish boy.Carter says a woman can attract the wrong man for many reasons, but a major reason is she doesn’t understand the principles of attraction.My hands are tied and there’s nothing I can do about it.You either start by signing up to his newsletter and try out his book, or I get absolutely nothing from it. Christian Carter is for any woman who wants to learn the inner-workings of the male mind.What he calls “selfish love”, Carter says women fall into a form of vanity believing a man wants the same as she.
He teaches women of all ages both single and in a relationship to give a man what he wants by seeking to understand than be understood through three simple steps: After this, you discover advice on how to qualify men.
Yes, that DOES suck but I figure since you’re getting what you need, who am I to keep you from it just because it would be nice to earn my fair share… If you have lots of questions about men and they all seem to start with “WHY? Whether you’re just dating a guy, in a committed relationship or even married, I believe Christian understands men, how we think, what we want from you, and exactly how our attraction works.
ou might not know this but I also run “The Approach“.
Christian does NOT furnish me anything free just to promote his material.
I do so under my own direction therefore anything written here is not or was never endorsed from Christian or anyone who works for him.
You’re shown how to spot a player, how men want more than physical qualities, and what you must do to be seen as “relationship material”.