Avoid this type of father-active women 2024 Vol.8


A woman who has had too much experience as a father

Regarding this, individual men have their own likes and dislikes, so I would like to explain that first.

This is just a matter of my "preferences".

In the first place, why did I avoid children who have been fathers for a long time? There's a solid reason for this.

I really like seeing the true nature of women through dad-hunting.

In particular, it is my greatest pleasure to be treated normally.

I believe that over the course of a relationship, a ``bond'' or ``deep relationship of trust'' will be built between men and women.

This is exactly my ``ideal for dad life''.

For this reason, if a woman treats a man too much like a customer, I lose her enthusiasm for fatherhood.

To put it simply, when you meet a woman for the first time, meet her in a lounge or other place.

And when you meet someone for the first time, many men are probably a little nervous. (I get nervous every time.) However, when I see a woman and she doesn't feel nervous at all and is treated in a familiar manner, I end up thinking, "Is this a professional dad?" Yo.

Also, just because he has been a father for a long time doesn't mean he can't do it.

The only thing is that the amateurish feeling will fade.

If I were to break it down a little further, I would say it feels like you've been to a water business somewhere.

I don't want to have that kind of feeling in my father's life, or rather, I don't want it.

Also, children who have been working as fathers for a long time are used to it, so they are quite good at ``negotiating conditions, etc.'' and have a certain ``flow''.

That's why, when I see a child who has been a father for quite some time and is familiar with it, I often just nod my head to a certain extent and the contract is already decided.

It is true that if you are the type of man who requires a lot of service from women when it comes to daddy activities, a child who has been a daddy for a long time may be more suitable for you, and to be honest, you are less likely to get into trouble, so it is easier. Maybe.

However, in my case, if it's such a ``simple problem,'' I feel like I want to overcome it together with the woman I have a contract with.

Therefore, I feel that a child who has been a father for too long will become boring later on, so I try to avoid making a contract by seeing the woman for the first time as much as possible.

This has been the trend, especially in the last few years.

Many times, I have signed contracts with children who have been fathers for a long time.

To be frank, I think they are "perfect" in terms of making us "satisfied", and we have almost never had any trouble.

Therefore, I think it is recommended for men who are becoming fathers for the first time. (Strangely, the number of kids asking for the money they lavished on me is rare now that I'm used to it.)

However, if you are the type like me who has been a father for a long time and would like to build a more amateurish and more realistic romantic relationship with a woman, which is different from the one at a water business, it is best to have a father who has been a father for as long as possible. , I think it's better for kids who aren't used to it, and from what I've experienced and compared, I think it's more fun that way.

I don't know what to say, but I get excited every time I see you.

Moreover, even when I don't see these women who are not used to being dads, they don't seem to think that daddy life means work, so I had a good impression of all their interactions and actions.

I got the impression that this was a ``slightly professional-looking child'' who was used to being a father, and that he didn't have any emotion, or rather that he was a little mechanical and didn't have any surprises. (This does not mean all women who have been dads for a long time. This only applies to women with whom I have had contracts in the past.)

However, when it comes to sex, it goes without saying, but in my experience, I feel that children who have been fathers for a long time are more knowledgeable about how to please men. (Perhaps it's because I'm used to it.)

Therefore, if you are looking for ``SEX only'' in your father's life, I recommend the ``exact opposite'' of the woman I am looking for.

In the end, it's all about how to enjoy being a father, so I think it's best for each individual to choose their own method.

The type of father-active woman who takes pride in her connections

Women who are active as dads are likely to meet a variety of men. (I'm a man, so I don't know the details...)

Do you ever see a woman like this? Things like, ``I know the president of 〇〇, and he took me to 〇〇.'' or ``I know the president of 〇〇, and he's amazing.''

A woman often tries to get her point across by mentioning the name, company name, or job title of a man she actually met during her career as a father.

I think every man who has become a father has experienced this at least once. (I think the longer you've been a dad, the more you'll be able to relate to what I'm saying.)

To be honest, there's nothing really special about that woman.

After meeting such a ``man with status,'' she has a habit of making big statements about herself. She (she probably has an illusion that she has become amazing too)

I wonder if my name is being used somewhere? I get chills when I think about it.

I don't really care about him being a father.

More importantly, don't you really hate it when your personal information is shared in strange places? In particular, I have the impression that this type of woman will talk about anything.

This means that you can't have "secret matters" with the woman who said so.

``Unable to keep secrets = unable to build relationships of trust.'' This is a common sense, isn't it?

To be honest, even men who are fathers are not interested in other people, no matter how great they are, right? Before that, most men who become fathers should have a certain level of status. (Otherwise, I wouldn't be able to become a father.)

That's why it's true that ``my information takes on a life of its own,'' and women who are active fathers talk about ``the president of another person is amazing.''

It will only become a hassle later.

So, the moment I see something like that, I immediately cancel the contract, and the moment I say something like ``I used to have a contract with the president of I think, ``This girl is dangerous,'' and I try to avoid signing contracts. (Recently, something similar happened and I avoided signing a contract.)

There may be many men who don't care, but since I genuinely want to enjoy being a dad, I would like to give priority to women who are dads who can do ``minimum rules'' or do ``secret things'' when signing contracts. I'm doing it.

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