After some time has passed and the relationship is a bit more established, this urge isn’t as pressing and it begins to feel like work.
I have been writing about relationships for a while now and over the years I have noticed some prominent points of confusion, ones that seem to be shared by women of all ages from all around the world (no exaggeration).
I can relate to all the questions we receive on a personal level because once upon a time, I too was banging my head against the table in an effort to understand .
Nothing is more attractive and appealing to a man than a woman who is thoroughly with him.
When he sees he can make you happy, he will be motivated to do whatever he can to keep you happy.
Men intuitively know that words are important to women.
Some men exploit this by saying things they don’t really feel or believe in order to get what they want, and other men hold back from expressing how they truly feel, knowing that once the words are out there the dynamic of the relationship will irrevocably be altered.
It wasn’t an easy process, but I eventually reached a point where it all made sense and all my questions and confusions suddenly evaporated.
Fortunately, I’m not the selfish type and am more than happy to share everything I’ve learned.
If a guy says he’ll do anything for you and then calls late at night and begs you to come over, claiming to be too tired to make the drive over to your place, then he has a very loose definition of !
If he says he really cares about you and misses you but then goes days or weeks without calling or making time to see you because he’s swamped at work, or some excuse along those lines, what he’s really saying is you’re not important enough to make time for.
Read on for universal male truths that can save your relationship and your sanity.