The Nice Guy Syndrome Part 1
You hear it all the time. Girls don't date nice guys like me. Or, nice guys always finish last.
Blah blah blah blah blah.
The term: "nice guy" is so overused, it makes us throw up a little in our mouth. Why do guys always get mad at being the "nice guy"? Simple.
It's because they're too afraid to change who they are as a person. "One day I'll find a girl that like me the way I am." *sigh* cue in sappy music now.
If you've been a "nice guy" all your life, and it isn't working out for you, might it ever occur that the problem might be, YOU?
*GASP* "No. I'm perfect the way I am. I have manners, I'm polite, and I treat girls with respect."
"And besides, that other guy is just a douchebag, or an asshole." No retard. The guy that you think is a douche, just isn't a pushover like you. He has beliefs and a value system, and isn't afraid to take what he wants.
Being "nice" has nothing to do with it. Ask any of our close friends whether they think we're nice or not. No. Really. Go ahead and ask. We'll wait here.
C'mon fellas. Just admit that you've done this. Don't worry. All of us have been here once in our lives. The difference is whether YOU decide to change yourself or not.
It's said that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, while expecting a different result.
Don't be insane. There are ways to genuinely be a nice person overall, and still not be a pushover.
Check back for Part 2 soon.