The discussion was initiated by an article from Dr. In that article, she discussed how men can improve their love lives by focusing on what she proposes women really want (a man who is confident and high in self-esteem, as opposed to one who is simply materially wealthy). White in a response called "Who Cares What Women (or Men) Want - What Do You Want? Both authors make compelling cases for their perspective.In fact, they echo the same debate that often goes on in general self-help or dating advice.
And just because you bought Finding the One Online and rewrote your profile and tried my email technique doesn’t necessarily mean that you nailed it.
I don’t know where you pulled up that women get a 60% response rate — maybe one of my customer testimonials — but the reason I used it is because it’s unusual and impressive.
You can’t judge yourself against the best, no more than I judge my writing on this blog against Philip Roth. And if you think YOU’VE got it bad, go check out the numbers for men who are writing to women.
When I met him, he was on the sixth or seventh version of his profile!
While the average person probably has a lot of potential matches out there, some of us are different in various ways and there will simply be fewer who find us appealing (this was definitely true for me).