Dating an alpha male
These are the alpha males, and like every hierarchy, the top dog has a second place behind him; in this case, the beta males.Beta males are the type of guys who are more commonly associated with being your friend—quirky, lovable, reliable, and kind, but never one to steal the spotlight from the alpha male.A beta male understands that none of us are perfect, and that it’s our imperfections that actually make us beautiful.In other words, a beta male ignores superficialities like “looks” or “material possessions” and they’ll love you for who you truly are.These are “big picture” kinds of guys because they don’t have the time to obsess over the little things.
The problem with alpha males, even the most altruistic ones, is that you can tell that a part of their charity comes from a need for affirmation and attention.
They just need to be loved, and they help others simply so they can feel that need fulfilled. When they help others, it’s truly for altruistic purposes.
Every time they do something for another person—whether its volunteering at a shelter or helping an old lady cross the street—you know it’s because their heart is in the right place.
Hollywood blockbusters, bestselling novels, and hit TV shows all rub it in our faces: the leading man must be confident, tall, muscular, a badass, have a great sense of humor, and outspoken in every way.
Who wants to be the forgotten nice guy when you can be the next Tony Stark or Thor?
But every woman is different, and every set of needs is unique.