It’s the same old story you hear all the time; a guy will date this girl and that girl simultaneously in hopes of finding a girl he wants to be committed too. However, a girl will exhaust energy and copious amount of time on one guy in hopes he is “the one”.
Growing up we are taught there’s a right way and a wrong way. So who’s doing it right and doing it wrong when it comes to dating? It seems men have more success with their trial and error theory. If you notice, adult men seem to be single by choice and not be depressed or crippled by fear they will be single forever.
We women on the other hand look to share love and intimate moments of our life with one person. It seems women get so excited to meet a guy she is attracted too, with a good job, we want to take him off the “market” immediately.
Is a man with a good job and decent morals really so hard to find? Men know that we women are complicated, loving emotional creatures; keyword loving. Doesn’t matter how many women men will date because they know at the end when all is said and done they have PICKED a woman that will love him no matter what.
However a woman will groom a man with potential in HOPES he will eventually be “the one” essentially taking a gamble on each new relationship. So who’s winning and who’s losing? Have you ever heard of a marketing strategy where you could test out the product and bring it back if not satisfied in 30 days or less? Ladies we are the product and men are the consumer.
We sit on the shelf waiting and waiting for someone to pick us up but much to our surprise we are right back where we started. Honestly I have no idea why men and women date so differently this is a mere observation. In my opinion, at the end of the day I’d rather be the “consumer” because I know I found a “product” that I was able TEST within a decent time frame before I made any real commitments.