Dating tips for bad boys
Conformity is everywhere, so it feels good to be with someone who's proud of exactly who he is, no matter how "wrong" of a lifestyle he may lead.As appealing as he is, though, you can't date a bad boy without experiencing some harrowing struggles.Chances are, and there is a great chance of this happening, his I-love-you’s may be his way to get what he wants with you.All in all, dating bad men is good only for that purpose alone – dating.Underneath the drugs, the tattoos, the crimes and the anarchy, he's a good guy... The truth is that we've all got a little good and bad in us. Now: I’m going to assume you want to know how to get a girlfriend and hope to keep her around.Adventure, sexual or otherwise, is good for the short term.Long term relationships require mutual trust and respect, a little kinkiness also wouldn’t hurt at all.
Plus, there is that dream fantasy of most females that they alone have this amazing and almost god-like quality to be able to change for the better all the bad men in their lives.
Believe it or not, they may be more in love with themselves than in anyone else.
Try, as much as possible, to not fall for his own professions of his love for you.
Do you like smoking weed and staying up until 5 AM, or are you just doing it for his approval? You either get defensive about it or say you don't know. He's about to do drugs, to go steal something or to trespass somewhere, and he obviously wants you, his new partner in crime, to come with him. You guys are such opposites that whenever you talk about something you disagree on, you fear that he thinks you're being holier-than-thou. If he's a bad boy, he's probably charmed other women and been around the block. Sure, HE may be good at sneaking around and avoiding authority, but you don't have as much experience in that department.
Your mother would nod disapprovingly, and your father would kill him, so you know to keep him away. Were they as "bad" as him and thus more rebellious and risky in bed? Are you changing because of this guy, or would you have grown up and realized your naïveté regardless?