9 rules to dating my daughter
This post has been expanded and rewritten as a chapter, along with other chapters that explain how to think about dating and relationships in a way that will help you attract solid, confident men.
I was in tears as I read through this list, as I’m sure many grown daughters will be.
But the idea that men commonly spike unattended drinks with date rape drugs is not.
Here’s what The Guardian said, in a long article titled “Alcohol is By Far the Most Dangerous ‘Date Rape’ Drug“: Studies suggest public fears about drink spiking are unjustified…
Mothers – bookmark this list of rules and encourage your daughter’s daddy to read them, memorize them, and put them in to action.
And, to all you Dads out there – be sure you pay close attention and heed these wise words. Hang out together for no other reason than just to be in each other’s presence.
He spends his days practicing the arts of fatherhood and husbandry, while attempting to be a man of God and a professional raiser of philanthropic funds. She needs her dad to be involved in her life at every stage.
For many men, the honest answer to the priest's second question is that they want their girlfriend for her beauty and, in most cases, for sex.
In many relationships, men don't get emotionally invested - they just get laid for a while.
On the rare occasion he’s not tied up with the aforementioned and other pursuits of awesomeness, he enjoys fighting street gangs for local charities and drinking from a cup that’s half full. Treat her mother with respect, honor, and a big heaping spoonful of public displays of affection.
Bookmark Life To Her Years, follow Michael on Twitter, and “like” him on Facebook for more “rules”. When she grows up, the odds are good she’ll fall in love with and marry someone who treats her much like you treated her mother.
What doesn't end in permanency is bound to end in heartbreak, and if you eventually want to get married, you are doing yourself a disservice by ignoring that fact in the interest of "not over-thinking it" or "living in the moment." While emotional risk is important and necessary in order to find someone you really connect with, dating with no objective is nothing short of reckless.