4 Things Men LOVE About Women

If men and women are going to get together, stay together, and have relationships worth being in, I think we need to stop talking about what’s wrong with the opposite gender and start focusing on things we love about each other instead.

Here are four things that men love about women…

1. Men Love Your Soft And Nurturing Side

This is something that’s very feminine. And men absolutely love it!

There’s a part of it that connects to a man’s heart. There’s something there that makes him feel more alive and more connected.

2. Men Love The Way Women Smell

In the middle east, there’s thing that that they do there where women will dance and stick their hands underneath their armpits.

Then men come around and they wave their hands around a man’s face so that he can smell her body odor…

While this may seem weird or gross to some, your natural scent is a lot more attractive to men than you probably realize.

3. Men Love The Way Women Look

Everything about it: the curves of their bodies, their hair, their eye lashes, the feminine parts like the boobs, the butt, their feet.

Women are very beautiful. To a man that’s a very precious and sacred thing.

4. Men Love Women Who Are In Touch With Their Emotions

There’s a misconception out there that to men emotions equate to drama.

That’s not true. It’s usually emotions mixed with expectations that men think of as drama.

Without the expectations, your emotions can be very attractive to men, especially the expression of those emotions done in the right way.

Men are known for being a bit more logical and it kind of pulls us into our hearts.

It’s the real connection that men get to have with women. And it makes men feel like they’re alive.

That connection is really powerful.

Like I said earlier, I think our society places too much of a focus on this “us vs. them” mentality when it comes to men and women in relationships… the battle of the sexes is ripping us apart!

If you want to have a better relationship with the man in you life, focus more on what brings you together, what you love about each other, and how to deepen the spark and connection that you have with him.

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    2 replies to "4 Things Men LOVE About Women"

    • Merlinda

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    • eddie

      I am a widow and after being single for seventeen years i finally met a man who interested me. I wasn’t that attracted to him at first but it was exciting to have a man for a friend and I therefore started to do little favours for him like give him meals I had prepared for myself and my daughter, give him groceries when I shopped the specials at the store. this went on for about eight months ans I even bought him some jeans as he had said he really needed some. He was far more affluent than me but I was flattered that he confided so much in me . After the eight months he called and asked if he could meet with me as he needed to discuss something. At this meeting he asked if I would be willing to be more than friends. I did not want a sexual relationship with him and I never had considered him as a dating prospect. I told him ” I guess so” as I did not want to hurt his feelings…..and figured we could just go on as friends. he took this as a “Yes” and started calling me more frequently but soon told me that all those moths that I knew him he had been seeing two other women simultaneously and was involved sexually with them. I had started to fall for him, but it weights on my mind that he had not mentioned them earlier. soon after we started dating he hurt my feelings on a couple of occasions and I want to get out of this relationship but we keep ending up back together> he is an alcoholic but had stopped drinking about six months before we met. It had been so long since i had been in any relationship that I am finding it really hard to let go although I know he cannot provide me with what I need to feel lived, safe, adored, etc… He is now playing this push – pull game wherein he says he loves me but his behaviour show quite the opposite of love…ie he needs to know where I am but rarely asks me out. He is no longer talking about marriage although it has been almost two years since he gave me a diamond ring saying he wanted to marry me. How do I move on? i feel as if I will never meet someone who will want me like he did.

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