When someone is their best self, they are all they can be and nothing more. Somewhere along the line paying for a woman when a man took her out on a date became shunned upon by the men’s self-help community.They’ve worked at mastering their weaknesses and harnessing their strengths and they’ve overcome whatever challenges they’ve faced in life. Perhaps it was a necessity in the empowerment of man, and something that self-improvement-seeking men, especially in dating, needed to hear.After stumbling upon this majestic list of terrible dating advice, we realized that it was too good not to share.
” I am not saying that you should lead with your money and get flashy or that you should pay for everything; but I am saying women still feel that men should pay (or at least offer to) when he takes her out on a date. It might not have anything to do with you and everything to do with his pal's awful advice.We've compiled a list of 10 of the worst pieces of "wisdom" men share with one another about dating—and We've all heard about the legendary Three-Day Rule.Men tell one another to use it as a way to keep from looking desperate. "I laugh when guys tell me to do this," says Jason, 35."Why would I want to wait three days for her to lose interest or meet someone else?Bad dating advice also comes from stereotypes and generalizations, and it can be hard to get rid of that way of thinking. In a recent Ask Reddit thread, guys talked about what they think the worst advice women give other women is.If you’ve ever said or believed any of these things… Here are 10 pieces of the worst dating advice ever, according to dudes: reverber8Female: Don't act too interested.We’ve all gotten advice at some point or another in our lives. “Just be yourself” takes the cake as being the worst piece of advice you can possibly get. By being yourself, and being the same person who has an ineffective dating life, you will not succeed!People love giving their two cents to others when it concerns something they presume themselves to be an expert in. People who say, “Just be yourself,” really mean “Just be your part.She told me about her past frustrations with “nice guys” who’d always ask permission before doing anything.She now advises her own brother to be more forward and flirtatious with girls he likes.