Get The Guy by Matthew Hussey

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Watch: "Do I Have to Change to Get the Guy?"

Posted by Matthew, 05 Jan 17

On January 1, everyone tells themselves, "I’m going to diet, get in shape, feel more confident, meet a great guy, and learn how to have an amazing relationship."

But then we have to actually do it… (gulp).

See, making the decision to change is the easy part. But the actual process of changing is harder. But don’t panic: Forget the "I'm gonna change today" gimmicks and move towards genuine transformation.

Your perfect partner could be online right now...

What are you looking for?

In my first blog video of 2017, I’ll reveal the crucial, exact steps to restarting your love life this year, so that you can finally get the incredible partner you deserve...

Matthew Hussey is a renowned dating expert and author. His latest dating book Get The Guy is a New York Times bestseller. He's the go-to relationship expert for Rachael Ray, Katie Couric, Ryan Seacrest, Meredith Vieira and many others. And he's a relationship columnist for Cosmopolitan magazine and the resident love expert for "The Today Show." Here he shares his proven strategies to get a man to do anything you want, from tirelessly pursuing you to treating you like a goddess to committing to you for life.

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  1.   Guegue15 says:
    Posted: 15 Jun

    Just be yourself...

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  2.   Paganinifan says:
    Posted: 13 Jun

    Apparently Matthew Hussey isn’t a “dating expert” at all, just as I said in another comment - unless you’ve dated the entire planet of people, you don’t know anything about dating expertise. Mr Hussey shows that in this article. Women are NOT trying to “get in shape” in the millennial generation. In fact, just the opposite; women are trying to GAIN weight because they think all men want a “fat booty” on a woman. This is the era of celebrityism and monkey see, monkey do. Kim Kardashian and Nicki Minaj have big butts (which are fake btw) so of course the younger generation want to get big butts so that they can be seen as attractive, too. What they don’t grasp the concept of is that when they’re shoving McDonald’s food in their mouths, they do NOT get to tell the calories where to go in their bodies. So along with fattening their butts, they also fatten their bellies, legs and arms. This is NOT a pretty sight to see. I work with a woman who is a beautiful Dominican and over the 8 months that we worked together, she went from roughly a size 2 to a size 8 all because she wants to have a big butt for the guy she’s dating. My question is: If the guy you’re with likes thick women, why didn’t he go after a thick woman? Why did he chase after YOU and then make you change yourself? No woman is trying to LOSE weight as this article suggests in its beginning paragraph. Women have lost their minds these days and don’t want to remain trim and in shape. They just wanna have fat butts even if it means looking like a shapeless blob in the processes. I blame the “fat acceptance/body positivity” liberal agenda for this. The same liberals who talk about “body positivity” are the first ones to make a slender woman feel bad about herself (“eat a burger”) while embracing only the fat girls. Unreal.

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  3.   z1olly says:
    Posted: 19 Feb 17

    Just be a real woman

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