We took a few notes from our candid one-on-one discussion just for you.These Are Real Feelings Not Facts The guys are very open about their feelings in every chapter, but they want you to remember that they are just that.This is no walk in the park, no matter how you cut it. This means not being married — unhappily or otherwise.We say throw this one back into the sea, and go on about your life as if there is not really an important opportunity here for anything of lasting value here.
You're On The Same Page With Someone Not all men think the same. One is divorced and one is even a certified life coach. Whether you agree or agree to disagree, they're still excellent conversation starters.If he ever does move beyond the victim role and becomes free and clear — and if you are still available — then perhaps give this a second look.After recognizing that when it comes to love, many of their female friends prefer hearing advice from men with varying relationship statuses rather than from other women, eight close guy friends from New York City (some married, some single, one divorced) came together to try to make that conversation happen on a much broader scale. Inside they attempt to answer all of the relationship questions their single girlfriends have ever most asked for their opinions on from all of the necessary perspectives—you know, single, married and it's complicated?So there would seem to be a high probability that deceit is in his behavioral repertoire. Take his story at face value and we notice his proclivity to weasle his way around problems — rather than deal with them head on. So be sure you understand the model you are acting out.And that’s our best case analysis of the situation. To be blunt, his story really sounds like a well worn story that a married guy uses to get laid outside his marriage. Visualize yourself in that future wife role — down the road with this gent — and then tell me how this same model for behavior works for you from that viewpoint.