Rebuttal to “Who Faces More Rejection in Dating: Men or Women?”

She Said

“It’s similar to that routine text message you might throw out to about 50 female friends and you wait to see who responds.” (Let that sink in first . . .)

He Said (or should I call him Mr. Fisherman) actually said that!  That’s my very point!  A lot of men are just out there “fishing.”  Women are not fish, and we also aren’t strands of spaghetti (Mr. Fisherman said, “It’s like throwing spaghetti at the wall and seeing which strands stick.”)  All I can say is “WOW!”

Men should be selective in whom they look to date.  Not all women are right for every man so why is it that most men view dating as a race to see how many women they can attract?  Why do women allow this foolishness to continue?  Why does this occur at all?  Because most women AND men are insecure.

Most people spend too much time worrying about who wants them and not enough time learning to love themselves.

Until you learn to love yourself, you will continue to attract the male and female “fisherman.”  The bench clearers are confident, love themselves and won’t put up with those that aren’t going to give them what they want, need and deserve.  While the bench clearers may not have a very active dating life, when they finally catch “The One” they end up being the happiest in the long run.

1 Comment

  1. All I have to say is men have been “trained” since the beginning to ask a girl to go to a dance, have a dance, or go out and have experienced this rejection far more than women. Ultimately, the ball is in the woman’s court to receive the man’s advancement or not.

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