Dear Dr. Warren, I consider myself a healthy, attractive woman, but I am also on the heavier side. I assume that a lot of men may be turned off when they see that I do not have a perfect figure.
Q. For a little over a month I e-mailed back and forth with a match whose pictures looked great and the e-mails evoked really deep feelings—it was surprising. But then we met…
No matter how good someone may look, attraction may end when they open their mouth—and not for the reasons you might think.
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Q. I’m always the "great guy" who remind women of their "brother." Am I sending off the wrong signals?