Date Like The Bacheolor [Love Strategies Podcast]

 By Nina Atwood

Despite the reality show staged scenarios, there are some nuggets of wisdom to be found in “The Bachelor,” ABC’s long running series that features one very handome guy dating about fifteen women at one time. Over the course of the season he gradually eliminates them until he has one woman to whom he proposes in a romantic scene complete with fabulous diamond ring. In real life, guys don’t date that way, but they could, at least to some degree. Looking at the Bachelor, a smart guy can take a few cues that will help him date more successfully. Find out what to expect from a good guy if you’re a woman, and pass this podcast along to the guys you know who want to know how to date to land a fabulous woman.

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Get Nina’s new book for guys, Date Like a CEO, coming soon on amazon.com and through other book distribution outlets.


Entry Filed under: Advice for Men,Dating,Podcasts,Relationships

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Marti  |  March 20th, 2012 at 12:43 am

    However, keep in mind that there is nothing whatsoever “fabulous” about the woman to whom “The Bachelor” proposed. Poor guy. After eliminating some truly “fabulous” women, he ends up with a catty, superficial, mean girl who is “attractive” as a young woman, but by no stretch of the imagination whose “beauty” will endure.

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