If You Want To Find Love, Don’t Do These Things!
Are you a woman with a lot going on in every area of life except love and relationships?
Do men stop calling or pull away after a few dates or say they’re not interested or don’t feel the right chemistry with you?
Maybe you’re wondering if men are just intimidated by you because you’re a strong, successful woman.
The truth is, a successful woman does not repel men.
Men love smart, successful women.
A man can, however, pull away because of the way you are relating to him.
Here Are Three Ways You Might Be Failing When It Comes To Love:
1. You Minimize Your Success.
You pretend you’re “smaller than him” because you’re afraid of intimidating a man.
You minimize his strengths and successes because you think he won’t like to compete with you.
If you are a successful woman, revel in your success!
Run everything at work, be managerial, and multi-task.
But when you’re with a man, just don’t try to be his manager.
2. You Try To Be His Manager.
You can do this without realizing it.
For example, he tells you about a problem he’s having and you say, “You should do this…” or “If I were you, I wouldn’t do this…”
It makes him feel managed – like he’s a child and you’re his mother. Like he’s the employee and you’re the boss.
This is not a good position for a man.
He wants to feel respected and admired, he doesn’t want to be ordered around.
You can let a man know what you want by simply saying, “I would like that” “I don’t want that” or “That would be fine with me.”
3. You Do Too Much.
One downside to being a talented woman is that you can do a lot, often all at once.
When you want something in your relationship, it’s hard to expect him to do it.
It’s easier to call him first, make plans, and decide where to go—all so you don’t have to feel frustrated and impatient.
The cure for this is learning to be surprised by a man, and not working so hard to make things happen.
A Woman Who Is Busy Rowing The “Love Boat” Leaves A Man With Nothing To Do.
Either he sits back and enjoys the ride, or he does what we ask him to do—and I’ve never met a woman who found either of those traits attractive in a man.
I understand how it all feels.
I’m a woman who instinctively wants to take charge, and the way I was using those strengths was killing my relationships.
Over time, I learned to harness my masculine energy and be responsible for becoming successful at my job, while basically giving up on controlling a man anyway.
This is what changed everything for me almost overnight and led me to have a glorious marriage of over 20 years with the man of my dreams.
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