Check his credentials: If you have a toddler or baby and the guy is okay with dating you, then this next step is important.
You may need to run some sort of background check or something to know what kind of temperament the guy has.
We women have been sold the lie for so long that we have no power in relationships - and Evan turns that lie around and gives you your power back.
He not only gives you your power back, he shows you exactly how to use it - and what's even MORE important, how NOT to use it.
When I was 15, I was dating a 28-year-old (cue gasping).
Looking back at that relationship now, seven years later, there are so many things I wish someone had told me before I decided to become the Lolita to this guy’s Humbert².
Above all else, including your want for a mate is your child’s safety.
Guys this is hard if you aren’t a lover of children; I cannot stress this any harder; if kids annoy you, or if they get in the way for you, then stick to women who lack kids.
It is not your place to discipline an unruly child either, check his/her mom on that, and if it gets too much – call it a day and leave.Many guys just don’t know how to deal with a child that isn’t theirs and it becomes immediately evident to the child, even when the mom is disillusioned into thinking that the guy is perfect.Ask your Teen: If you have a teenager it is very important that you get their approval after an introduction or two is made with your potential lover.I love his "tough love" - because sometimes it's hard to see how much power we actually have, and because so many "gurus" are afraid to say the truth about men and relationships.
If you've been frustrated and confused about why your relationships aren't working the way you want them to - this book will change your love life.Having to play daddy when you’re simply dating a woman is not fair to you either, so don’t ever let them lay that on you as a responsibility.