If there was a currency for 'love', providers would be very poor. Because women aren't with them for who they are as a person. So if you answer a woman's dating questions directly, you're communicating that you're a provider from the beginning of a possible future relationship — which means a woman will conceal her true intentions from you in order to leverage you and get the benefits through you.
They're mostly there because of the external benefits they receive. But if you refuse to answer these first date questions, because you now understand the intentions underneath them, you communicate you're a lover.
But a simple one that works well with most of these dating questions women ask is...
And she wants to know your dating history to identify what internal benefits she'd experience by getting together with you.
Then women stay with you for the internal benefits you offer them, which not only means it's for who you are as a person — rather than for being a means to an end, like a provider — it's for the relationship itself.
It's personal — not business, like the relationship with a provider.
"If you can't love your mother, please know he is incapable of loving you."If you're spiritual—and he's not—Steve says you probably won't be able to change him.
"Your cookie is not that good to make him go to church. "He still ain't with the church." Steve says women should listen carefully to how a man answers this question. Before you get too attached, Steve Harvey, comedian and author of Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man , says there are five questions every woman should ask.