Steve ward rules for dating
Nearly 1.9 million viewers have tuned in for each episode of VH1 Tough Love, the hit show that takes a group of single women and puts them through a rigorous relationship boot camp where they must follow host Steve Ward’s dating rules.
Now, for the first time, master matchmaker Steve Ward and his mother, Jo Ann, share all of their straightforward, no-nonsense dating and relationship lessons in this handy guide to love.
My favorite line was about not being picky, but knowing what you want subjectively.
Also, I love how they talk about not devaluing yourself.
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Don’t just let him in on a negative experience tell him how it’s helped you grow.8. Most guys love being asked out, since they’re always the ones doing the asking.
Women, I know you want the guy to get to know you so you both could feel more comfortable. Like, "I running late" or "I can't make it." Or "I’m married." 6. If a guy senses you're close-minded, he's gonna think you're high-maintenance too.7. Past relationships are a lot like passing gas in public. Don’t bring wedding plans up on a date, or else a guy is going to think your biological clock is more like a stopwatch. Most guys love a good cat fight, but nobody wants to date the cat. Everybody gets rejected, but it's important to try to learn something from it. Everyone has a different relationship with money.17. Reveal it in a way that makes you bond not one that sends him running for cover.18. A first date is never a good time to air your dirty laundry. Don’t assume the guy you’re dating looks at a dollar bill the same way you do.