I found out that it is okay for women to express emotions. Mom was not right when she taught us that showing emotion, happy, in love, or sad, was a sign of weakness. Letting the man you love see you as a woman in all your pleasant vulnerability, feelings, expressions is the best gift you can give him. I overthought my feelings and emotions so much in the past that it altered my personality. I became a watered-down version of myself. I started acting as if I were "hard," "tough," as though nothing could get to me, but it isn't impressive; it's suggestive. It suggests that you don't have the desire to let anyone in. I learned from my current boyfriend that feminine vulnerability is not a weakness unless it is used in the wrong ways, but it is beauty, and that man you love has the chance to actually see who you are as a person, and can appreciate you not only for what you do but for who you are and that expressive energy you bring to the relationship. What can I say? You learn things earlier on or you learn em late. Just as long as you learn them so you can love someone else. That's all I had to say.
Steve Harvey developed Delightful, an online dating service for women to make them "more dateable." Right. Because women are the problem, not men who have been divorced twice, married a woman with whom they cheated on their second spouse, and think mustaches are a good idea.