Cupid's Pulse Article: Relationship Advice: What Your Type Says About YouCupid's Pulse Article: Relationship Advice: What Your Type Says About You

By Lori Zaslow and Jennifer Zucher for Project Soulmate with contributing writer Holly Kiffer

Are you constantly striving for the tall, dark, and handsome guy? Or are you the type who goes for the cute guy you met at the bar, but after one night he never responds to your texts? Also known as the “douchebag boy.” Or is your type the genuine nice guy? With the following relationship advice, we will reveal what your type says about you, and provide dating tips on how you can improve your love life.

Relationship Advice That Will Teach You About Your “Type”

The bigger, muscular, macho boy: If your type is the muscular, tall, handsome boy then our millionaire matchmakers suggest you may feel less secure in your own body. If you are attracted to men who are taller and bigger than you, then you like the feeling of having a bigger buy because he makes you feel small and more secure in your own body.

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The douchebag, or the one night stander: This is the type of guy you meet at a club, you really think you hit it off, maybe you switch numbers, and at the end of the night you end up going home with him. A few days roll by and you haven’t heard from him in a while so you decide to text him, but he ignores you completely, and you end up alone on date night. It’s easy to get attached to this cute type of guy because he makes you feel special. In the meantime, you think to yourself he’s different- you guys really hit it off the first time you met. Well if this relates to you then you might have not experienced a lot of attention or love in past relationships. So the feeling of being noticed excites you even if it’s only for the night. Our relationship experts recommend self-love before any guy can get to love you. You have to love yourself first. Treat yourself every once in awhile and don’t fall for the first guy you meet at the bar. We go for guys who are assholes because they make us chase them. In our eyes it’s a goal to catch that certain guy, because if we catch them it makes us feel better about ourselves. This isn’t right at all but it can all relate back to society. Society always made females feel subjugated under men. By getting the guy you were trying to chase can make women feel empowered because they like the chase.

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The nice guy: The nice guy is the one who goes unnoticed. He’s lingering in the shadows and they’re the ones who get friend-zoned instead of a date night. These are the guys who you don’t really give a chance romantically. If you were willing to step outside the box and try to explore your options, usually the nice guy is the one who you can feel most comfortable around. As an individual you start to feel yourself growing and maturing the more you spend time with this person. You never know what’s out there but it’s refreshing to try new things and meet different people. You never know when you’ll find the one.

Relationship experts Lori Zaslow and Jennifer Zucher are BRAVO TV’s Love Brokers and founders of Project Soulmate, a high-end New York-based matchmaking company.