When a man whistles at you, do you feel good or like a sex object? Here's how to see it positively
Of course I didn't run over and give the guy my number, and that certainly wouldn't be my dating advice to you either. I simply took it as praise and let that feed my ego. For so long I had been disconnected from my feminine energy and desirability and when I woke up from my long, dateless slumber, I saw this type of communication in a whole new light.
Today, when I work with my clients who complain about singles dances they consider to be meat markets and men who look them up and down or whistle, I share this big shift in perception. This dating advice is a gigantic game changer. As women rekindle their feminine energy and interact with men from this softer place, they see these interactions as flattering, even if not ideal. And it ends up helping my clients to build their confidence, self-esteem and sense of desirability.
Next time a man whistles at you, don't frown at him or make ugly gestures. Instead, let it sink in as his way of showing you appreciation for being an attractive woman. You don't need to speak to him or let him into your life if he is inappropriate. However, the best dating advice I can give you is to silently thank him for recognizing your true beauty because you really are one hot woman who deserves plenty of male attention.
This article was originally published at It's Never Too Late for Love . Reprinted with permission from the author.