OK...I am 38 and going through a divorce with a woman I thought was the love of my life. I spent almost 12 years with her and was glad for every one of the years. Prior to dasting her I dated occasionally, but ALWAYS ended up inthe friend zone because I'm a nice guy. Maybe I'm nieve, too trusting or just not outgoing or forceful enough. Why is it that most women I am attracted to have to have the "bad boy"...they guy who is a player, the guy who will treat them like shit and then throw them away and then they bitch about how badly he treated them? AND yet they would go back to him in a heartbeat...Am I just stupid or is this what happens?? LADIES...as a man who will be getting back into the dating scene (I hate that term) any advice on how to stay out of the "friend zone" and find someone to share my time, love and eventually my life with??
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