SHE IS ATTRACTIVE AND KNOWINGLY INVITES FLIRTING FROM OTHER GUYS - NOT GOOD
THE SYSTEM says that LOYALTY is #1 - from her - and YOU as well. This woman is NOT loyal when she invites flirting from other guys, ugh.
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I’m a physically fit 38-year-old man with a good job and my own house. I’ve been divorced for nine months after a 10-year marriage. Right afterward, I had a month-long fling with a nice 30-year-old woman. She dumped me because she said I was too clingy.
Recently I was introduced to a very pretty girl, Patti, who’s 27. She is athletic and stunningly built, the kind of girl most men would desire but would be afraid of. I am very self-confident and not worried about not looking physically fit or financially stable to this woman (or anyone, for that matter, since I am the go-to guy at my job and can hold my own in most situations).
However, I’ve gotten sensitive over the past year due to some serious family illnesses. Last night a good buddy and I almost came to blows at a party. (He was drunk, and I wasn’t, by the way.) He was calling me names and eyeing Patti, trying to draw me into a fight. I told him that he doesn’t make as much money as I do and has to eat out of a dumpster. (I know, it was stupid, nonsensical talk.) We both came off looking like real asses in front of his wife and Patti, but he’s been bashing me and eyeballing my girl for the past three months. I did say some mean things to him, but if he wants to talk smack, I’ll throw it back at him with a vengeance. I wanted to show Patti that I am a nice guy and not prone to getting upset by a little name-calling, but unfortunately I didn’t succeed too well.
Here’s the problem, Doc. I think Patti likes the attention other guys give her and that she subtly invited my friend’s flirtations. I suspect that she has low Self-Esteem and uses admiring looks from guys to boost it. We have a great romance going and get along really well, but how do I handle the scumbags (even married guys) out there who totally disrespect a guy and the gal he is with? Did “one guy, one girl” go out the window when Sinatra passed away?
Any insights you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
Link - who’s trying not to lose his cool
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DOC LOVE'S ANSWER
I have to wonder, if I interviewed your ex-wife, whether she would say you were too clingy as well. Because as you know, like my cousin Rabbi Love says, “Man always repeats his mistakes.” Unless you’ve memorized my book, that is. And since you haven’t mentioned it in your letter and you’ve got the problems you’ve got, I have to conclude that you haven’t even read it. What are you waiting for, dude? Like my cousin Fast Eddie Love says, “Do you want to be a boxer or a lover?”
Now in this ridiculous battle with your so-called friend, you’re comparing physiques and finances like a pair of adolescents. But what about minds? Like my cousin General Love says, “The war has to be won in your brain before it’s won on the battlefield.” If you’ve memorized my principles, you’re going to be fine handling Patti. But since this girl sounds like the twin sister of Jennifer Lawrence, you’ve got your hands full. More than full. You’re going to need every bit of help to hold onto her.
When your buddy tried to draw you into fisticuffs, you should have taken Patti’s hand and just walked out of there instead of trying to do an imitation of Russell Crowe. As we say in sales, “When it gets too hot in the kitchen, get out!” You should have...
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