So, if he wants to go further and faster, intimately, consider saying no, calmly. If he refuses, then you have learned something important about the man you are dating, and you can simply walk away.
A few weeks ago, I showed you guys some signs that you’re a pushover.
Why are single women in particular prone to being yes-people?Camp says that, in his experience, women are afraid of seeming "bitchy" or aggressive. More than men, they've been taught that they should be agreeable and "nice." Single women are worried that if they say "maybe," or try to negotiate in some way, whatever offer is on the table — a date, for instance — will collapse or be withdrawn immediately.To not miss out on these powerful secrets to have any woman watch the entire video now! Think of a girl - ideally the hottest one you’ve ever seen in person... As the new year approaches, I've been thinking about the resolutions I should make — although I've already resolved to spend less time online, especially on email.In my personal life, I say "yes" because I want to make people happy by giving them what they want.) Anyway, Camp and I emailed about this yessing-ourselves-to-death business. "Saying yes before you negotiate betrays a fear of not being liked by the other person," Camp says.
"When you start out with 'yes,' you're primed to please the other side, and to compromise early and often." In other words, you set yourself up for powerlessness.Clearly, I have a problem when it comes to saying yes, particularly when an employer is making me an offer — or when I've just started dating someone.(In a job situation, I'll say yes because I feel like I don't have any other options — I assume that if a boss had more money to give, she'd offer it to me, or if she thought I was doing a good job, she'd pro-actively reward me for it.I realized that when K said no, she didn’t sound bitchy or horrible at all.She didn’t seem selfish or like someone you couldn’t count on.I couldn’t figure out how to say no without feeling incredibly guilty.