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Yes, it's that time once again: The day we feature your dating and relationship questions. Although we would like to answer each one personally and with as much detail as possible, the overwhelming amount of inquiries forces us to highlight those that are most interesting to AskMen.com readers.

This week's Q&A focuses on dealing with her psycho ex-boyfriends, praise from a female reader, the importance of cultivating attraction, and more. David DeAngelo, author of Double Your Dating: What Every Man Should Know About How To Be Successful With Women, has your answers.

Dating a girl with a crazy ex reader’s comments Dealing With Psycho Ex-Boyfriends & More - AskMen

My question involves this one girl I find really attractive and the most challenging (which I like); she still has a "Control Freak" boyfriend and I think she's afraid to break up with him. He's the kind of guy who would threaten to kill himself if she were to leave him, but basically uses her for sex and controls most aspects of her life. Should I just stop talking to her? Or keep busting her balls about why she's still with him? Because I find myself feeling some sort of sympathy for her, and its affecting my (with her at least). What’s the best approach when dealing with psycho ex-boyfriends?

Thanks for your help,

C. from MD

Dating a girl with a crazy ex david d. responds Dealing With Psycho Ex-Boyfriends & More - AskMen

Let me ask you a question: Why in the world would you want to be with a woman who has a fetish for suicidal control-freak boyfriends?

When you meet women like this, the warning bells "Danger, Will Robinson” should be going off in your head.

Do yourself a huge favor: who is interesting and "challenging" and doesn’t have a psycho, neurotic boyfriend — and don't turn into one.

Dating a girl with a crazy ex reader’s comment (from a woman) Dealing With Psycho Ex-Boyfriends & More - AskMen

I just wanted to say thank you from all the women out here in single land. Out of curiosity, I clicked on a link to see what all this great advice was about. Just from reading about your "kiss test" I knew you had it figured out. I like being hit on by a confident assertive man. I also like a man who can figure it out when I'm not interested. Honestly, who does the right things — whether he's extremely attractive or not. I would never tell him how to do it, I guess that's your job. Anyway, like I said, I just wanted to thank you. I personally hope I get hit on in the grocery store by someone who has read your book.

Thanks,

K.H.

Dating a girl with a crazy ex david d. responds Dealing With Psycho Ex-Boyfriends & More - AskMen

Well, thank you for your letter. I truly appreciate your honesty and directness.
Most men can't believe that what you're saying could actually be true, but as we both know, it quite often is. The interesting thing you say (which I agree with) is: "I would never tell him how to do it." In other words: a woman will never teach a “wussy boy who doesn’t know what to do” the secrets of getting her.

Translation for guys: , learn.

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