It really just shows everyone your bad decision making, because you chose him.
I notice how normal it's become for a bunch of women to talk about how "funny" it was that their guy just didn't think and did something soooo stupid.
Guys want to feel capable Ladies, we could really stand to cut back, or better yet, stop tearing guys down.
Many times, in our drive to be independent and invulnerable, guys can't succeed with us. Stop the hinting, the implying, anything short of stating your intentions or what you think just happened.
I heard something a while ago from my parents about how different people feel loved. This is all well and good, but the rare 0.1% are set above all others because they empathize, not problem solve.
I’ve used what I learned mostly to find great girlfriends, not to get laid hundreds of times. I've had a string of happy, healthy relationships that have all ended by my choosing and on very friendly, adult terms. If you and your girl don’t have fun, don’t expect her to stick around. This seems like an easy one, but there’s a little nuance to it. Say what you really think, and frame it in a way that’s fun.2c. Most of the time, this is pretty simple: maintain an attitude of confidence and control. Keep in mind that most women think that their man is mainly the touch language, and they are usually wrong." go a long way, I've considered an "After you get the Guy" manifesto, but didn't think Seddit was the place!Here's my take: Guys want to feel needed Not in the needy "I can't live without you" way, but more in the "your presence makes a difference in my life".Now isn't a bad moment to check your relationship to see if you're helping your guy feel like he can win with you or if you're constantly setting him up for failure w. You did not get in a relationship with yourself, you cannot assume you know what he's thinking or that he should know what you're thinking.In keeping with the above, I want my man to succeed.