4. Really? You're already done? This may strike his ego a bit harshly. We all know that most men tend to enjoy themselves then fall asleep a bit faster than we women would like. But pointing out this fact doesn't help matters either. Instead, do what you can to prolong the moment and tell him to hold off on coming for a little while. This lets him know that you're enjoying it way too much to let it end.
5. Are you sure you need that second helping? Believe it or not, men can be just as concerned about their weight and sex-appeal as women. They may not make a huge deal out of it the same way that women do, but trust me, they notice their weight gain. They don't need you to point out their love handles or beer gut to them, any more than we need them to point at all of our flaws. If you're uncomfortable with their weight gain, suggest calorie-burning exercises that you can do together.
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6. What's up with your hair? Again, men are sensitive about their looks, including their hair. So if they've undergone a bad haircut, or their receding hair line has become more visible, as of late, don't point this out. Try to suggest other things they can do to offset this new look that may or may not be there to stay. A change in facial hair or better clothing could help offset the new look you aren't so fond of, while letting your man know that you're still attracted to his other features. What To Do When Attraction Fades
7. Are you ever going to put a ring on it, or what? Chances are, you already know the answer to this question. A man who plans to propose drops hints in everyday conversation, such as discussing plans to move in together, plans to buy a house together, plans to meet family and friends for get-togethers, plans for future vacations, and so on. If none of this has happened throughout your relationship (this typically happens in relationships lasting longer than a few months) then he probably doesn't feel that your relationship has a real future. Not to mention, the last thing you want is a proposal based off of the pressure he feels from your insistence.
If he never talks about a future that includes you, or never shows any signs that he is preparing to pop the big question, such as dropping hints about not spending as much so that he can save money for your future, then you know what needs to be done. 6 Money Matters To Discuss Before Marriage
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