One of the most fascinating things about life is that many times your experiences teach you so that you may teach others. This is evident in my ability to articulate this article. The what, who, where and when of my personal journey has undoubtedly helped to make me who I am. This may not be a traditional approach to an advice column, but I feel that I would be remiss if I did not point out my shortcomings as a man. I would be unequipped to admonish you as to what character traits to avoid if I did not once possess those exact traits within myself.
With that said, many of you are weary, and frustrated at the fact that what you want and quite frankly (what you deserve) has yet to make itself available to you. You yearn for substance and are tired of the games that accompany men with dog-like tendencies. Right?
In life what you avoid can be just as important as what you undertake. The truth is If All Men Are Dogs, Then Women You Hold the Leash – the title of my book, and the truth, I assure you. How far we go really depends on you. This article is not meant to excuse men, including myself, of accountability. It is designed to equip YOU with the tools you need to hold us accountable and assist you in avoiding men that do not have your best interest at heart. In the grand scheme of things, you are in control. You decide whom you attach yourself to. You do not have to turn your life into an animal shelter only to later dread whom you have allowed to have access to your heart. Avoid what you don’t want by learning the 10 Signs you’re dating a dog in disguise.