There are three things that all men need in loving relationships. Are you providing them?
You see, women tend to measure a man's actions against the benchmark of what they or their girlfriends would do. When you think about it this way, you can see the error in this logic. Men just don't think the same way women do. That's why understanding men can seem so difficult.
Instead, it can help a lot to really listen to what men say and don't say. For example, most men who aren't interested in a relationship will likely tell you that straight out. However, women tend to believe this won't be true for them. "When he gets to know me, things will be different and he'll want to be in a relationship with me." 8 Signs You Aren't Ready For A Relationship
This is how women make understanding men complicated when it really can be easy. Simply believe what a man tells you, and take it for the honest truth.
A different example illustrates meaning from a lack of communication. Don't think you are in an exclusive relationship unless a man tells you he wants that. I advise my dating coaching clients to think the guy you are dating is likely seeing other women until he tells you otherwise. Just expect this to be true, and you can make understanding men so much easier. Romance Or Friendship? 18 Differences Between The Two
To motivate a man to want to be in a relationship with you, try meeting these three needs. Let him know why you appreciate him, acknowledge him for what he does and express your affection for him at whatever level feels right, depending on how long you've been seeing each other. If you do this, I guarantee you will be light years ahead of other women, since most do not do this. And when he feels good about choosing you and being with you, he will be more likely to make the commitment you want.
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This article was originally published at It's Never Too Late for Love . Reprinted with permission from the author.