VIP Dating: Understanding the Differences between Type A & Type B Women
Paula Abdul was right, people, opposites attract. Events can include such things as parties, workshops, and games. Coburn cautions that pushover types are often attracted to such women, and some alpha females—the sadistic ones—are attracted right back.
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VIP Dating: Understanding the Differences between Type A & Type B Women - Basically, Jansen points out that choosing people based on looks won't take you very far.
The post can have the genders swapped and most points would still apply. Thus, I thought it appropriate to follow up with a post on the difference between dating a girl, vs a woman. Again, many points on this post would apply if you switched the genders around. A boy is attracted to girls. A man is attracted to women. Now, this has nothing to do with the actual age of a person. In fact, some people regardless of their age, will never really grow up. If you are a boy, then expect that you will attract only girls. A girl throws tantrums. She comes to the table as an adult, and communicates clearly what is bothering her. A girl perceives herself as a princess and believes people should treat her like so. She is entitled and feels that she is owed and therefore expects more than she appreciates. A woman, has standards what she holds herself to not expectations what she projects on to others. A girl uses her physical beauty as her currency and basis of value. A girl may be so used to feeling validated through her looks and sexuality, that she uses this as her primary tool to get what she wants in life. A woman, knows her worth is beyond her physicality. A woman bases her value on her intelligence, her strength, her integrity, her values, her contributions, her humanity. A girl banks on a man to be her financial strategy. A woman plans to be financially independent — she banks on… herself. A girl sees the world from a place of lack and scarcity. She competes and will even tear down another in order to secure resources or a mate. A woman helps other women. A girl cannot be bothered with anything domestic and is proud of the fact that she cannot cook or clean. A woman understands that being domestic is not a duty, but understands that it is one way of taking care of herself and others. She also understands that in the event she wants to create a family, having a person in the household who can contribute domestically is important. A girl wants to be adored by many. A woman wants to be adored by one. A girl does not respect her body. A woman cherishes her health, her sense of self, and her talents as her greatest assets. A woman takes the time to reflect on the type of human she wants to be, the example she wants to leave and the vision for her life. She has put thought into her values and what she stands for. A girl has not established her moral compass or values and consequently, is often inconsistent. After spending time with a woman, you feel invigorated, because she empowers you with possibility, and a passion for life. A girl has a checklist that prioritizes superficial qualities above anything else. Here is an example of how this checklist may look: Hot, popular, wears skinny jeans, over 6 feet tall, rich.. This is the checklist of what a woman may look for: High integrity, intelligent, kind, good communicator, emotionally available… Now, a lot of these differences require taking the time to know someone to figure out if the apple of your eye is indeed a mature woman, or someone with an immature mindset. However, one of the quickest filters that you can notice from the beginning is this: 11. A girl plays games. Dear Amy, thank you so, so much for sharing this! Seriously, this is so true! When reading all of the points I just see my past flying by again. I guess all these experiences eventually will make a girl a woman. I am grateful for all I have been through and for the gained confidence that being a real woman gives me :. About The Editor Amy is a relationship columnist for the 24 Hours Newspaper and a blogger for The Huffington Post and The Vancouver Sun. Most recently was shortlisted as a nominee for the YWCA Women of Distinction Awards.