In this second part, Coach North, relationship coach to women desiring marriage to the right guy, talks about signs 6-10 for observing whether or not a guy is “into you.”
“Attached – The New Science of Adult Attachment” is a book that explains relationships through attachment theory. The authors describe three attachment types and their characteristics.
Coach North, relationship coach to women desiring marriage to the right guy, is back with these 10 signs for observing whether or not a guy is “into you.”
Relationship Coach Amy North begins with, “The saying goes ‘once a cheater, always a cheater.’ But does it always hold true? Will a cheater always cheat? And should you forgive your boyfriend for cheating and try to salvage the relationship? The answers may surprise you…”
If men and women were made to be with each other, why is it so hard to find the right guy? And why has technology made things even harder?
As the saying goes, you have to be living under a rock to not know that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have divorced after seven years of marriage. Or to be more clear, you would have to be living under an interstellar rock in a black hole a billion light years away from earth to not know about this divorce.
The bottom line is that men fall in love differently than women. Coach Amy North lays out six ways men are distinctive and then concludes with how you can make him fall in love with you.
So much has been made of opposites attracting each other. The idea is that they complement each other. So when one is assertive, the other one’s shyness makes for a happy relationship because two assertive people will conflict much more so than a couple in which there is only one assertive person.
How can an ancient Greek philosopher from over 2300 years ago help the modern woman find the right man?
I’m glad you’re back for Part 2. If you missed Part 1, I’d encourage you to take a look back so as to check out her first 5 points and my more mature assessment of each.