So I've finally watched the movie, "Think Like a Man, Act Like a Lady" and I can truly say, job well done Steve. You've effectively convinced women to think they know how to trick a man into loving them the way they've always wanted. Trust me, I love women and want to help them find the love they deserve, but what Steve Harvey(who's cheated on his wife several times) conveniently neglected to mention is that not all men are like him. Taking the general conception that 'Men ain't shit', he just categorized us all into those "good men waiting to happen" categories while there is actually a such thing as a good man just waiting for the right woman at the right time. I'm speaking from personal experience only but for instance:
1) The Mogul in the Making- Yes this is similar to the "dreamer" but not quite the same. This is the man who already has a lot going for himself and is focused on just that and nothing else. He's a great guy, no criminal record, has good credit, morals etc. but he also has a plan for his life and a serious relationship and a family didn't make the cut this round. Doesn't mean he needs to be tricked, just a matter of time if you have the patience.
2) Shy Brotha- You all know the guy with no game, no swagger, no style? Well this is probably also the guy who's willing to put you first if given the chance. Only thing is he can't keep your attention because you're looking for Mr. Tall, Dark, and Handsome with a 401k. No he may not approach you first, but if you shake those outdated traditions of "letting him come to you", you'll realize this great guy was just waiting to be found by a woman who knows treasure when she sees it.
3) Damaged Goods- "Ain't Shit" women come a dime a dozen just like the men. So when they show their true colors to good men who chose to love them, there's a grace period we need to regain our composure. No matter how tough we are, it's this thing called human that makes it impossible to just brush off our shoulders when we invest our heart into someone who breaks it. He's still a great guy, and because of that he's going to want you to have your own clean slate rather than picking up where the last chick left off. He's actually doing you a favor by not giving you what you want exactly when you want it.
I'm sure the list goes on of the kinds of men that are unsung in the topic of dating but those are the main three. Steve Harvey brought up an interesting topic and I appreciate that. Because women innately want to get what they want out of relationship rather than a mutual compromise from both sides, Steve's movement will continue to thrive. He's not wrong for seizing a business opportunity and giving us entertainment but be sure you can differentiate. I mean, don't take advice from a comedian and then wonder why your love life is a joke.