One of the most wonderful things about women is how naturally caring they are. Look at you. You’re always there for your guy. You look after him. You always make time for him. You’d do anything for him. You never realize that, in the process… You’re actually taking something away from him. You’re taking away his purpose. You see, he wants to be your hero. He doesn’t want you to be his hero. Men love heroes. Look at how many grown men are still fascinated by Marvel comics and superhero movies. Every man on Earth, from the time he was a boy, dreamed of growing up to be the kind of hero who would save the world—and get the girl at the same time.
Most men don’t get to indulge their world-saving side in their 9-5 jobs.
Circumstances don’t call for them to rip off their corporate ties and spring into action, revealing their superman side. Maybe they can’t save the world. But they can still get the girl. Getting the girl is a worthy challenge for an ordinary guy with the heart of a superhero. It takes superhuman confidence. Superhuman charm. Superhuman immunity to pain. Now, all he needs to find is… A girl who needs a hero. Do You Need a Hero? Let me guess… That’s not you. You’re strong. You’re independent. You can fix a leaky faucet. You can drive a stick shift. You can take care of yourself. You’re never going to make that Jerry Maguire mistake of looking for a man to complete you. Instead, you have a lot to offer a man. You’re generous. Kind. Loving. Giving to a fault. All you want is to find a man who’s willing to receive all you have to give. And that’s why heroes aren’t showing up in your life. That’s why you’ve ended up with so many takers instead. Guys who take everything you have and leave you high and dry. If you want a hero, then you need to advertise for one. Here’s how.