Women like to talk and pour their feelings out - it’s a well known fact.We confide in you, because we trust you to make us feel better.A great profile should be your number one priority before anything else you do online.Do you know what the first thing a woman says to me when she receives a message loaded with compliments?Boys, once you've read this, you will have THE KNOWLEDGE. Some guys think all they have to do is surprise us once and they’re set for life, but trust us, we're keeping note. Women love taking care of their men and helping them out, but as soon as we feel like we’re in mommy mode we want out.Why not pick-up our favorite feel-good treat while you’re on your way home this evening (clue, it's either wine, chocolate or cheese) or buy us that new book we've been talking about non-stop. Most guys are kids at heart, but if we’re doing more than a bit of coddling (i.e.So we decided to take a different approach in getting him to understand by creating the ultimate women's wish list (that we hope will make things easier for man and womankind).And while this is no lesson on how to treat a lady it's a pretty accurate guide into what us girls are really thinking.
When it comes to first dates, most guys waste precious time and opportunities with great women by not actually “being there” at all.Every first date ends with a woman asking herself just one question: Is there any chance that you might be boyfriend material?In this article, David De Angelo reveals the three secret “tests” every woman uses (usually without even realizing it) to see if you have “relationship potential.” When it comes to building great relationships with women, some guys have to learn the hard wayand I was one of them.But when it comes to whether she’ll see you as boyfriend material, thoughtfulness takes on a whole other meaning.It’s your ability to pay attention to her in unexpected ways — at unexpected times — because it’s genuinely in your heart to do it.If you seem offended by it, that's as far as we go." —Steve M."Girls should try to avoid pre-judging before a first date.