If tough love isn’t enough, you might need to learn how to “Act Like a Lady, Think Like A Man.” Hosted by professional matchmaker Steve Ward, VH1’s newest reality show “Tough Love” aims to reform the love lives of eight women who are looking for love in all the wrong ways.
If you know your goal is to be in a committed relationship, why waste time with the guy who says he just wants a fling?
According to Harvey, if a man wants you, he will rise to the occasion to meet the standards that you set.
But that’s only IF he wants to be with you, if he doesn’t he’ll run. Here are a few pieces of advice from Harvey: If the man you are dating’s main goal is to become the biggest drug dealer in your neighborhood, it’ll be good to know before you become too entrenched in his world, so you can get out before you get caught up.
Unless of course you’re into that sort of thing, then by all means, stay.
According to Harvey, Ford Motor Company requires employees to work for a 90 day probationary period before they awarded benefits such as medical and dental insurance.
He says women should treat the first three months with a man as a probationary period and institute a three month rule before having sex with a guy.After six months he should introduce you to people as his woman, girlfriend, lady, fiance, wife or something.Along the way, they will receive dating advice from Ward and viewers are made privy to Ward’s rules for dating.Here are a few: No guy wants to hear that you set your ex-boyfriend’s car on fire (à la Bernie in “Waiting to Exhale”) after you caught him cheating. But if you did do it, no need to tell the new guy that on the first date!A big part of the problem with dating is that men and women just don’t understand each other. Well comedian Steve Harvey has written a book to clear up some of the confusion women often have when it comes to men.In “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man”, Harvey outlines what men really think about love, relationships, intimacy and commitment and advises women to lay out her standards from the beginning.