Note: I don't believe he deserved to be cheated on!

I've been in a similar situation with a woman who told me I was an amazing lovemaker + she told
me I was one of the most attractive guys she's been with + I was really into body-building at the time
+ I treated her like a princess + other stuff (don't won't to come off like a dork who is tooting his own horn.)

Anyway..all she talked about was marrying me and how blessed she was to meet me blah blah blah.

But I was the 'Excessively NICE' guy. She ended up moving in with ex-boyfriend while we were
in a relationship and told me not to worry because she sees him as a 'brother'. (Oh yeah. Sure) That's
where I drew the line. I immediately broke up with her.

Today when I look back, I don't see her as 'the bad person' nor do I see myself as 'the overly nice guy victim'.
who should have provided more sparks. I had no concept of what I know now.

This one event doesn't fully describe her as a person.

The point is this. There are 4 types of guys.

Type A - The 'overly nice guy' who doesn't provide the right sparks (Sexual Value)
Type B - The asshole who doesn't provide the right sparks (Sexual Value)
Type C - The asshole who DOES provide the right sparks (Sexual Value)
Type D - The 'nice guy' who DOES provide the right sparks (Sexual Value)

I've been all 4 types.

Without getting into a long discussion, I have found (through personal experience + other stories)
that being the Type D is the sweet spot!

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