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The True Gentleman Disappeared: 

Now, let’s talk. Over the course of the last few weeks I have started something called #AskJames where anyone can tweet me, direct message or just comment on my posts talking about their life problems/relationship advice, or just asking for guidance in general. But there’s something that keeps popping up. Something that’s repeating again and again….

A lot of your questions relate around relationship advice. The problems you’ve had in the past like “Three hours late to the first date” or They cheated do I go back to them” and the rest. But when did this happen? When did the gentleman disappear, what happened in the course of evolution that dissolved the well dressed, mannered man…

It was replaced by something else. A type of man that produced more problems than it should. We live in an era where women look at men like they have to pick them through a needle in a hay stack. To find one that doesn’t cheat, is late, argumentative or just isn’t that spoiling to their other half. When did this happen, when did that all go to shit.

Want to know if you’re a good enough gentleman? Think about it like this “If you had a daughter, would you be happy for them to take someone like you home to meet the parents” – If you even had a second of hesitation, its time to change.

I hear so many women complain about guys they have met, or are dating that have more baggage that will agreed in the sale if you catch my drift. Men, here’s my advice in a nutshell, spoil them, be caring, show them lust, show them the same desire you had about them on the first date to the 500th date. Never let the love die.

Okay, yes women you have your problems as well. I’ve got to stick up for the male race. There are still some good ones out there. Yes, the ratio to good ones to bad has diminished slightly but we are still here and with a little guidance from me there will be even more haha good ones ahah!

If you have any more questions about being a true gentleman, comment below or tweet me @mrjamesvincent.