I understand your romantic life is a personal and touchy subject.
So as an unbiased third party I’m here to tell you like it is – judgment-free, constructive, and blunt.
You're dating a girl you like, things are great, and then all of a sudden, she seems to pull away, get angry, get needy, or get demanding, right?
And you're confused because things were awesome, but now she doesn't seem happy and you feel pressure and things have gotten all complicated and you don't understand why. What women want, believe it or not, is actually pretty simple.
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However, once a woman has expressed to a man that there are certain things she'd like him to do -- then if he doesn't do them, women need to take a look at that and probably move on... So, gentlemen, these are three things the woman you're dating wants you to do: 1) Pursue her. 3) In social media -- like in life -- make sure it's clear she's your favorite.because if you were, you wouldn't still be broadcasting your past relationship.The woman you're currently dating thinks that if you were really that into her, you'd be broadcasting It makes her feel like second choice.And luckily, if you're into her, there are easy things you can do to remedy the situation and hopefully take the dating relationship back to awesome. Don't tell her amazing things like you see her as the mother of your children or the woman you'd want to spend your life with, or share all your deepest, darkest secrets and fears with her and then disappear for a few days -- whether by not contacting her or not making plans to see her.
It boils down to this: we, as women want to feel safe; meaning, we want to feel that we can trust the guy we're seeing -- trust that he's telling us the truth, trust that he's going to be there (literally and emotionally), and trust that we are special to him. Don't flatter her with words and not follow it up with action.
Getting the truth straight up makes us uncomfortable. It forces us to see parts of ourselves that need to be improved or changed completely. Some of the most important lessons I’ve learned were not what I wanted to hear, but what I needed to hear.