My Dad always said, “If he likes you, he will come for you.”


This is a true statement. Men/boys or whatever you prefer are black and white. If you are confused to why he hasn’t made the move it’s probably because he’s not very interested. I have observed that when a male wants something, he goes after it. The male species LOVES a challenge and if they are not up for one with you then thats just the COLD HARD TRUTH.

When dating, make sure you lay down the ground rules from the beginning of what you are willing to put up with and what you expect from him. If you don’t demand respect right away then you will never see it.

Don’t live in the fantasy relationship and pine after someone who isn’t available. Just put yourself out there to be hunted on your terms and the right one will come along.

You are not the hunter, you are the prey. If more of us women acted this way the men would be a lot hungrier and less SPOILED.

Stop feeding them so easily and start starving them.

Sarah Agajanian
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Sarah Agajanian
Sarah Agajanian is an artist and writer of many forms in Los Angeles, CA. She owns her own business called Rock N' Brows + Makeup in Beverly Hills, holding a reputation as a leading eyebrow sculptor to Hollywoods most elite Her nights are busy with performing/recording her music with her band project ESEMAE. A singer/songwriter/musician she is, determined to express her creative self as much as possible! ESEMAE frequents: The Viper Room, Foundation Room, Harvelles, Bar Lubitsch, Witzend, Troubadour and many more! Follow her on social media for all the music and beauty possible.

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  1. Yes, there is a lot to be said for that. I wouldn’t say hunted, I would say more like negotiating a business deal. One of the best things a women ever said to me was, “Adam please step into my office for a second.” You just state your terms, figure out what works and what does not, find the middle ground and go on from there. The real cold truth is that relationships are all about compromise and middle ground. It also helps a lot to know specifically what you need and where you can compromise. For example I was sitting at a bar with a friend and I was being a good samaritan and trying to help her size up guys for her. (I am everybody’s wingman, I’ll do my best to help you find what you are looking for) she was telling me, “I need a guy who is at least six feet tall (she is real close to six feet) so my kids won’t be short.” I told her, sure, “I’ll bring a tape measure next time.” This is great because if you a have linear yardstick, you can methodically go through and see if the guy has what you want balanced by what you need. This allows you to pick and choose where you are willing to compromise. It will eliminate some of the whining and pining because you can figure out what will work, and what won’t. Just trying to be logical and provide some cognitive reasoning.

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