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9 things women should know about men

 

9 Things women need to know about men
by John A. Roberts

There are many stereotypes about men and relationships. The notion that we hate cuddling after intimacy, we're only interested in girls with model type bodies, and that we hate to show are feelings, are all wrong. So I'm here to set the record straight, and let women know that we have an emotional side, and intimacy isn't the only thing we think about.

We love being romantic. When it comes down to being romantic, a guy will do almost anything to impress his woman. Our plans might not go how we want them, but we pluck our brains for ideas, and stress over the fact that if it doesn't work out, we know you'll be disappointed.

We hate it when women talk about other guys. When women talk about other guys, it can damage our self-esteem. When women talk about other guys, we feel like there's something about him that's better than us. Even if we pretend that it doesn't faze us, it does.

We love it when a woman cooks for us. One of the best things a woman can do for a guy is cook him a nice homemade meal. We feel like we're appreciated when we come home and our woman has prepared dinner.

We want to be admired. We know we're not perfect, but we want women to stroke our ego a little bit. Telling us you've noticed when we've shaved or you love the new haircut will definitely earn you cool points.

We appreciate it when a women helps out financially. We love to take women out to fancy restaurants and spoil them to the fullest. However, we love it when a woman is sensitive to our financial situations. If you know he paid his bills yesterday don't ask him to take you to a five star restaurant.

Show kindness towards our friends and family. Just like women, our family and friends are very special to us. You can score big points by going out of your way to say or do special things for our family members. If you don't like one of the family members, remember that a little effort goes a long way.

We want you to be interested in everything we do. Men love it when women listen and interact with us when we're talking about our job, sports, and politics. Even if you're not interested, ask us questions about what we're talking about that might interest you.

We loved to be encouraged to take risks. If your man has a promotion he's trying to get, encourage and support him. If he fails to get the promotion, be there for him and tell him you love him regardless of him not getting the promotion.

We like women who are assertive, but not to pushy. If you want to try out something new, most guys are always down to do it. We also love it when a women plans a weekend getaway and picks out the clothes she wants us to wear.

There are things that women will never understand about us, and there are things guys will never understand about women. However, there are a lot of things we share in common, we just don't know it. Ask your boyfriend or husband about his past, so you can learn more about him.

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