When it comes to dating and relationships, everything isn't always black and white. Because of all of the variables (different personalities, history, goals, timing, etc...), one-size-fits-all advice just can't apply to EVERY situation. However, I CAN say with confidence that, during/after a breakup, there IS a healthy code of conduct that should apply to everyone, regardless of their exact circumstances.
3 Easy Things for Women to do that will get them approached and asked out a LOT more by men!
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Here are five things that women can start doing right now to improve their relationships.
This is a question I get a lot and of course, there is more than one reason. But this one is a biggie. You see, feminine is a lot about receiving, masculine is mostly giving and doing for. When you’re dating, he’s doing, he’s working toward a goal, he’s giving you his time, attention, gifts, making arrangements for dates and you enjoy receiving all that attention. Then, you get comfortable and your become a couple. Your natural tendency to nurture kicks in and you start taking care of him. This is fine but you’ve switched the tables. It’s okay to give, but at this stage, you need to let him know it’s in appreciation for all he does for you, how beautiful he makes you feel (if, indeed, he does). Otherwise, you encourage him to be lazy… and can you blame him?
I was in the kitchen this morning preparing my coffee and a commercial came on that has the most wonderful, uplifting music. So I just spontaneously started doing a little dance, but without lifting my feet. I had my socks on, as I usually do, so I could move about in a slippy, slidy way. I’ll have to admit, I was feeling pretty darned cute.
A woman wrote to me telling how much she liked my book, how it showed the mistakes she’d made with past relationships, including her now ex-husband, and how she liked doing for him. I got worried that she might have thought I was telling her she needed to be the dutiful little woman. No!…No!…No! That’s not it at all. Here’s the advice I gave her so she doesn’t blow it...
We know that wanting love and feeling valued are at the top of your list of desires – isn't it time to take ACTION to achieve this?
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Why do so many women make this mistake? I hope there's more to you than meets the eye.