Making Him Commit: 6 Things Men Look For In A Wife

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Making Him Commit: 6 Things Men Look For In A Wife
Are you the kind of woman men want to marry? Read the 6 traits men look for in a wife.

The next rule of thumb is no drama — men hate it! The next time you have a disagreement in your relationship, don't complain to your mother or your girlfriends. They have a tendency to side with you and feed your negativity and fear. Men are drawn to women who talk openly and honestly with them about problems in the relationship. Also, when a man is angry, you want to look past the emotion and focus on understanding what made him angry instead. The more understanding you are, the less he will feel the need to get angry. This approach will not only show that you are a great communicator, but it will also deepen your connection.

Finally, it’s important to know that men today are fully aware that they no longer need to marry a woman and financially support her in order to get sex. For this reason, many men are looking for partners who enjoy sex and who plan to continue working even after they’re in a relationship. If you want a man to commit to you, he needs to know that you don’t see him as a meal ticket and that you plan to be generous with him both sexually and financially.

Most women get their emotional needs met from various different people in their lives. Most men only get their emotional needs met from one person: a wife or a girlfriend. Many women love to complain about how the men they meet are emotionally unavailable. My question for these women is: do you really know how to create a safe space where a man can open up to you?

The vital difference between women who remain single and those in relationships comes down to attitudes about men. If you really want to attract a man and become his best friend, you cannot keep thinking: "what about me, what about me?"  In order to create a deep, long-lasting relationship with a man, it’s important to step inside his mind and understand what life is like for him. If you want a man to commit to you, you need to first be willing to give him the things he needs from you. If you can do that, you will attract a guy who also wants to give you everything you are looking for. Once you foster this kind of a relationship with a man, he will crave your company instead of feeling constrained by it and he will want to spend his life with you

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