Dating Relationships

Are You a Bad Boy Magnet?

I was appalled yesterday  to find out about men paying for an online program to help them ‘get laid’. Totally disgusting. However, since then I’ve been told about something similar for women, except for the fact it’s not about getting laid, it’s about finding the right man to have a genuine relationship with.

Plenty of women make the same mistakes again and again.Some times it’s with the same partner, sometimes it’s with different partners. And the worst thing is, so many of us just don’t see what they’re doing wrong. Even worse is, our friends can see but don’t know how to tell us! So they sit their, offering cups of tea, nodding there head and telling us he’s an asshole. Because they just don’t know how to tell us, we’re letting the same thing happen again and again.

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. If you find that  patterns are emerging in your failed relationships, have a think about why you haven’t been LEARNING from the past.

The new online program I’ve found out about uses The Gateway Method to help women make sure only the RIGHT type of man can enter their lives. This can help to stop them repeating behaviour from the past and gives them tools to look for what will make them HAPPY and not fall for someone who will make them feel terrible about themselves.


Ask your friends for their HONEST opinion, are YOU doing something wrong? If you’ve been messed about too many times, have a look inwards JUST IN CASE there is something you can do about it.

If you know for sure that you couldn’t have done anything differently, think about why you let that man into your life in the first place. Are the men you date similar in anyway? If so, what is it they have in common? Why do you think you’re attracted to men like that?

There’s a lot to be said for learning from the past so when the past keeps repeating itself the only way to move on is to study it.

By Hannah Jones

Hannah is a Manchester based writer who has spent many years studying and working in the field of journalism and psychology. Hannah enjoys swimming, meditation and dog walking. Her favourite quote is, 'If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you.'