Male on male dating
They overly compliment women, befriend them in the hopes of “more,” attempt to buy their love through gifts, etc.Then, they typically whine that women “only want jerks” or that women don’t like nice guys (meaning them of course).
Beta males usually don’t understand the rules of the game.Neither of those traits are attractive, and neither are qualities that great leaders have.I would argue that many “nice guys” aren’t even that nice: constant passivity can turn into anger and passive-aggression very quickly. If you have been a “nice” pushover all these years, and it (obviously) hasn’t worked out for you, I highly recommend the book No More Mister Nice Guy (available in print and Kindle) by Robert Glover.If you have a few of these, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a beta, overall.If you have a lot of them, you’re probably a beta male, and have the associated social and career frustrations.What betas don’t realize is that women like assertive guys with an edge (especially younger girls).
So, these boring, nice guy followers don’t usually come across as attractive.
Sadly, “passive and quiet” doesn’t necessarily mean a beta is a nice guy. They’re definitely not the top dogs in the social hierarchies. Positions of power aren’t typically filled by guys who don’t seek them.
Beta males don’t aggressively seek power so they rarely find it.
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Although every guy is unique and people fall within a spectrum of behaviors and traits, most guys fit generally into one of the above broad categories.