Most of my interview subjects were single, but over 100 of them were married or engaged, and they described to me the moment when they first knew a woman was special and had future-wife potential.I had assumed these husbands and fiancés would recall how beautiful their wife was, or how funny or smart she was.I asked her why [she did that], and she told me it just seemed polite so the next person wouldn’t have to look at someone else’s mess.
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I might have guessed they’d say, “She seemed like she’d be a good mother.” Perhaps they might talk about mutual interests such as skiing or foreign films.
Sure, all those elements probably factored into their attraction, but I discovered something else was actually credited with that initial “aha” moment.You can read about the Top Ten reasons men said they didn’t call back after a date or after an online flirtation in my new book, WHY HE DIDN’T CALL YOU BACK.Rachel Greenwald is the author of the new book: Why He Didn’t Call You Back: 1,000 Guys Reveal What They Really Thought About You After Your Date.I liked her gesture because it was actually focused on doing something nice just for me.” —Thor, age 45, Dallas, TX “I was blown away by her respect for other people!She told me that whenever she stays at a hotel, she tidies up her room before leaving so the maid won’t be grossed out.As a dating coach and matchmaker, I’ve spent the past ten years conducting some unconventional dating research using a business concept called “Exit Interviews.” I interviewed over 1,000 men who were former dates of my clients, as well as strangers I approached in cafes or bookstores.