Celebrity chef and author Anthony Bourdain is on the market again after his nine-year marriage to Ottavia Busia. In today's blog, I'm going to share the 11 types of men I found for you to date both online and offline.Although it may be too soon to suggest he take a leap from the hot pan of matrimony into the fire of the dating scene, perhaps he might develop a taste for the greener side of the menu de l'amour. It also prompts her to try to MAKE him want her when he's acting like he doesn't.This is why this tactic will end up getting the girl to sleep with the guy -- or so the theory goes. And that is why this tactic can work: At first, my initial reaction was to try to get his approval, to come on to him and make him want me, to prove to him that I was sexy even though he didn't seem to think I was.Or do you worry your man isn’t into you the way he once was? It’s all bliss and romance for a good year or two, and then, things just start to change. And yet, somehow, most men and women just don’t seem happy when they come together to create the romance.We've all experienced that moment where we think we are ready to date someone exclusively or perhaps even call them our boyfriend/girlfriend.Maybe you two have recently been on a series of great dates and it feels like you have an undeniable connection.
When he saw me the first thing he did was look me up and down, take my shoulders and turn me around to see the back, and then said with an almost disgusted expression, "is that a new shirt? Yet truly, ladies, if a man cuts you down, walk away! The next time it happens, just observe first what it brings up in you, be aware of what it's doing to you and see if your initial response is to try to make him want you and prove to him that you ARE sexy.
This follows the "game" rule that to get a hot babe, an "HB," you have to cut her down.
Make her feel bad about herself and insecure, so that when you come back with a semi-compliment, she'll be relieved that even though she has bad hair or bad nails or is a bit overweight, a man still wants her.
Anna Harrison is an international education specialist by day and a travel consultant by night.
She publishes blogs, travel advice, and itineraries for her clients at Travel Observations.