Not the mentally unstable “Nice Guy”, a genuine one.
Like that guy at the gym who helped you mop up the floor when your water bottle broke.
He enters the room with a posse of other males, with smug expression and an air of confidence. You walk over, and strike up a conversation that quickly slips into more than subtle flirting.
His deep voice is not the least of his redeeming qualities, but makes him seem slightly arrogant. When he extends an invitation back to his place for a “nightcap”, you decline. Fast-forward several months, the two of you have been dating for a while.
Your teens are a time for experimentation and discovery.
Most people discount dating during these years, when in fact this is the beginning stages of learning what kind of men you will be into.
In your early 20s, you may still be discovering yourself and what you want to do in life. However, most women experience a new awakening in their 30s due to the incessant ticking of our biological clocks.
Or that nice guy on the third floor of your building that helps you carry in the groceries. Although, some recent articles beget from pop culture influences suggest that there is a third: Omegas.
But while you’re sipping on wine, he’s sucking face with a blonde on the kitchen counter.
It’s not the first time you’ve wondered why you don’t date “nice guys”.
He won’t hold the door for you or pull out your chair, but you’re cool with that. Until one day, you run into your boyfriend at a party.
The party you were dragged to by a friend after he had cancelled your dinner plans, again.
It’s your first year of college, and you need a solid foundation to complement the risks and fearless adventure you plan to undertake.
You’ll be able to stock your agenda full of activities, but still have the support of a guy that is happy to just hang out at your house to watch movies and make-out after classes.