When Emily Maynard decided to become “The Bachelorette” this season, she had the opportunity to do so with a whole new pool of knowledge about how she should handle her search for true love. Why? She’s had the opportunity to at least be in a contestants’ position before.
In speaking out on the subject of what she has learned now versus when she was trying to win the heart of Brad Womack, Emily explained that she came into this season far more prepared for the process needed to find love than she was the first time around:
“(With Womack) I don’t know if I asked all the right questions that I should have, so you’ll see me really getting to know the guys a lot better.”
The real challenge of Emily doing this sort of questioning, though, is finding a way to do it that flows naturally into a conversation that is not going to make a guy feel awkward or interested in retreating and shutting down. We will have several more weeks to see if Emily maintains that balance, beginning on Monday night when she takes the guys to Eastern Tennessee in hopes of seeing if romance can bloom in a new location.
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