For centuries, men have been hunters. They went on the hunt and brought home the game. In modern society, they present game, go to work and bring home the bacon. With this expectation, the workforce has traditionally consisted of mostly men. In 2019, the workforce consists ofmostly women. How does that affect the rules of dating?
This past Sunday on Straight Talk, with Ted Santos and Blair Nash, we discussed a topic that has become very complex and sensitive. Since women earn as much and sometimes more than men, will that change the essence of today’s social and dating structures? So we opened the door to talk about: Here’s Why Dating Is Failing.
To start, Blair Nash is on vacation in the Bahamas. That left Ted Santos as the solo pilot on this journey. Even though the format remained the same because people called in. This show became more of a forum. We had a mix of men and women from different ethnicities. While there were men and women in the discussion, there seemed to be common ground.
I took the opportunity to shake the tree of common ground. What fell out was a perspective that does not seem to be widely practiced or discussed. However, there appeared to be a strong case for it. And one caller was clear that his unconventional method is part of the reason for his success in dating, relationships and now his marriage.
To hear the January 20, show, click here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ted_blair/2019/01/21/should-men-pay-for-dates-1
Join us next Sunday, January 27. It will be from 7:00pm-8:30pm (est) as Blair and I tackle some of the greatest concerns men, of all ages, have. If you want to join next weeks discussion while it’s live, call (323) 642-1387. Or you can connect with me on Facebook to get the latest update – Ted Santos, New Jersey.
Straight Talk with Ted Santos and Blair Nash is the show made for men by men. And if you’re a woman, you won’t want to miss it. It is the place where you can speak openly about the things everyone avoids. Join us!
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