I had a wonderful time in New York over the weekend and that city is amazing! I can understand why people go there and never want to leave. I want to thank everyone for their tips, they really came in handy. I will recap the trip for everyone later this week!
I was telling someone I met this weekend about the different topics we discuss on the Misadventures in Atlanta blog. The various challenges many of us face on the dating scene can feel insurmountable. It doesn’t help when single people let their gender mistrust take over and ruin a potentially good thing.
I think a lot of us sometimes adopt the very stereotypes and myths about the opposite sex that we complain about. What happens to our own instincts? Why do we believe the bad hype so easily and look for the worst to happen?
What would you say were the biggest stereotypes women have about men that get in the way of having a meaningful relationship? What would be some real solutions to combat this?
Some men probably accept stereotypes about women because they have seen their close friends burned once (or 30) times before. That’s enough to begin the male cynicism about relationships that other women have to pay for sometimes.
What kind of stereotypes do you think men have about women? How can we deal with it so that it is not a hindrance for our future relationships?