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How to Filter For the Good Guys Versus the Bad Guys

"Dude, I just want a snuggle bunny."

“Dude, I just want a snuggle bunny.”

A “cute guy” says hello at Starbucks.

He’s smooth. He’s funny. He’s charismatic. He’s…too good to be true?

Maybe you’ve been hurt in the past, or you’re just trying to protect yourself for the future – you’re probably wondering how to filter out the bad guys, and keep the GOOD ones, right?

Watch this video to learn 3 ways to separate out the ‘duds’ from the ‘studs.’

Now that you’ve watched this video, you have the tools you need to filter out all the “Mr. Wrongs.” But the question is, are you really going to “woman up,” and break it off with the guys covered in red flags?

Please comment below with your experiences (good and bad) involving filtering for great guys versus the wrong guys.

See you next week you sexy thang.

-Adam

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10 comments… add one

  1. Video isn’t popping up again :-/

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    1. AHH, sorry! It’s back!

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  2. No sound!

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    1. Hi Colette, I haven’t heard that problem yet, Sound works fine on mine…maybe check your computer sound?? Thanks for checking out the video

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  3. I love you ! (But not in that creepy, stalking kind of way ;). Your videos make me laugh and your advice reassures that I’m on the right path. Keep up the good work !

    Best xx

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    1. Thank you Shelly :) I’m sure you’re doing great…and stalking is cool, so long as it’s internet based stalking :)

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  4. I recently went out with the “perfect” guy – the kind we’re all looking for: kind, funny, successful, personable, and attentive. He seemed so into me and has had only long term relationships in the past so I was floored when on date 4 (following 3 amazing dates and tons of phone time) he told me he wasn’t looking for a relationship. I felt disappointed and almost duped but taking Adam’s advice, I chose to cut him off. I told him that it is too bad because we seemed really great together and that if he changes his mind, maybe I will still be single. He seemed floored that I wasn’t going to sleep with him!!! He still contacts me, a few weeks later, but makes sure I know that he’s not going to settle down. Unbelievable! Two years ago, I would have wasted months and tears on this loser, but at almost 30, I don’t have time for that now.

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    1. You set the right boundaries for him to either follow or deny. Regardless, you win in the end by him either changing his mind, or you not wasting your time. Well done, now get back out there!

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  5. I recently reconnected with this guy I used to see last year. We could talk or sit in silence and just be comfortable in each other’s company. He was working in and out of town and wasn’t ready to get into a relationship so whatever, I stopped seeing him.
    I contacted him more recently and we started talking again like old times and this time around he said his timing made sense and he’s more than ready. He was sending me all the signals, we connected really well and it was going good. I got the butterflies – first time in long time. I felt sure of him. I actually trusted this one without a doubt and wasn’t mildly interested in other guys.
    Then, I asked him to hang out one night and he pulled the same card. “I dono…I’m leaving town for what might be a long time…and I think you’re awesome but I don’t want to string you along”
    I was like…seriously? I felt like an old rag.
    How do you trust again after somebody purposely messes with you? It’s absolutely gutless.
    Anyway, it can get cold and lonely sometimes but I’m learning to take care of myself & enjoy myself instead of wishing some dude will come and sweep me off my feet.
    Single life’s good once you fall in love with yourself.

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  6. I think your videos are very informative. I wish I had watched them sooner, I think it would have saved me a lot of heartache. I dated a guy who would lie about little things. I never caught him in a lie, but he would tell me that he had told other people lies to protect their feelings. Like people would ask him if he was Mexican or Native American and he’d just say that he was. His friend was interested in me, so instead of telling him we were dating, he would say that he was at the library. Wish I would have noted those things as red flags.

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