Dating with integrity

He’s not shallow and he recognizes that perfection is a fallacy.

He is honest about who he is and is proud of his identity and accomplishments.

It helps in protecting each other and strengthens self-esteem and image because you (and others) know you’re conducting yourself with class. Conversely, if he is interested, he isn’t afraid to share his thoughts and feelings so that everyone is on the same page and no misunderstandings are present.

By doing this over the long term, you’re demonstrating strength of character and that you are someone who is loyal and can be trusted. If someone sends him their picture on a dating personals site to see if there is physical attraction and compatibility, he sends one back of himself, even if he’s not interested in taking things any further because that’s the fair thing to do.

There are shady people out there who will lie, cheat, and deceive to maximize their own gain.

On the other hand, there are caring, selective individuals who are seeking their best match and hoping to let others down gently.

He puts his best foot forward, flaws and all, and is unapologetically himself.

He knows what he’s looking for in a partner and relationship and screens dating prospects accordingly.

Not only does this foster better human relations, but it’s also just plain decency. He recognizes this as cowardice and cruelty to the other person.

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Even if you have really, truly, deeply loved campus hookup culture, that probably (hopefully) won’t last forever.

And something cool happens in this process: I get a great perspective on what it’s like on the other side.

You know, like what a woman’s thinking when a guy suggests dinner after you’ve already been hanging out for a while at happy hour (not In other words, I get to learn from other dudes’ mistakes, as told from a woman’s perspective.