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Yes, this is a test that everybody knows about and it’s FAR more effective than “So, where do you see yourself in five years? And yet somehow, it’s not considered very popular in the female community. Even the best, most authentic, compassionate people can have periods of their lives (especially in their’s 20’s) where they don’t know what they want long term.

Because, no matter how important such “tests” are (and they are), and how much women want them (a lot), they all pale in comparison to the one test that I can offer that’s close to foolproof. If your biggest concern is that everyone puts on his best face for a long time, then the ONLY thing you can do is sit back and observe him. It really is so tricky but as you say you really do need to invest some time in each person or you’ll never get to see their true colors.It’s easier for men to know other men, you can easily say if such guy is a player or not; but it’s sometimes difficult for women due to the mixed signals. I wish there was a way – a kind of test for women to figure out who can walk their talks, who is genuinely compassionate and kind, before we got emotionally invested. I observe how they treat waiters etc., yet some of men are really good at hiding their true selves for a long time (until they’re sure of you). I wish women could have practical tools to measure up men before they got involved and eliminate the narcissists/players.I’m physically a very attractive woman, and this is sometimes a real curse since a lot of men compete for my attention, and they all seem nice, compassionate, chivalrous, and generous at the beginning, even the alphas and know-it-alls. You asked for a “test” that women can give to men to figure out which ones are truly kind and compassionate, instead of selfish players.Ignoring someone you like is never an easy thing to do, but sometimes, it's the smartest thing to do emotionally.NY Rangers legend Wayne Gretzky said, "You miss 100 percent of the shots you don't take," but honestly, I'd rather miss out than have my heart broken sometimes.

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