The one thing that makes a Bad Good Boy so good for a woman is that he understands, on a fundamental level, that every time he is with his partner, the experience is going to be a unique one.
She is never the same woman twice in the bedroom, and that is what makes sex so fun and exciting.
As they dated, she prayed for his improvement, gave him motivational tapes, and urged him to think of God and their future when he was faced with the temptation to drink.
He's confident in his masculinity, which is a perfect match to your confident femininity.
Women want a man, but not just any 'ol man, but one who is extremely confident, extremely strong, extremely powerful, extremely SHIT-TOGETHER FELLA!
But alas, you crave the man who is cocky, self-absorbed and tone-deaf to your needs.
Do you repeatedly fall for men who are emotionally unavailable, non-committal or abusive?
He's one who knows he's a man, who deeply embraces it, and who relishes simmering in his wonderful testosterone marinade each and every day he lifts his head from the pillow.
He is driven by something that is at the epicenter of his Bad Good Boy lusciousness, which is that he loves anything and everything about women -- the stronger, feistier, funnier, saucier, and sexier she is, the better. He loves to give as much, or more, as he receives in the bedroom.There's nothing better for a woman than when a man truly knows his way around downtown, and doesn't have to ask her for directions on where to go.A man who loves to not only please, but who is really good at it is a keeper, no?He’s a pro in the bedroom and you get hooked on the intense sex he gives you and you label these feelings as “being in love.” But predictably, your bad boy turns out to be self-absorbed, manipulative, unfaithful, unattainable and often emotionally abusive.Your relationship with him is a roller-coaster of euphoria, disappointments and heartbreak. John Gray, you should develop a relationship using logic and reasoning, moving to your heart and ultimately an intimate sexual connection.He swore to Cindy that he was just talking with his friends. And he’s too immature and preoccupied with himself to share genuine compassion, concern, or acceptance.