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How to Treat a Woman You Love ~ Men Pay Attention!!!

Updated on August 9, 2011

We all know her, we all need her, and men particularly, need to realize the things that they should do to make all the important women that they cherish and love to feel happy and cared for!

First off, treat her as if she were something precious that you want to be together forever with.

Secondly, treat her like how you would want a man to treat your sister,your mother,your girl friends. Would you want someone else to treat the women you care about in non positive, non caring, and non loving ways? Of course not! So in other words, treat her as how you would want all the other women in your life to be treated; with love, respect, and protection.

Third, treat her as a person, not an object. This means really treating her like a princess, by caring for her needs,her wants and always paying attention to her emotions and taking the time to ask questions and to talk to her. Also try to to give her comments that make her feel good rather than put her down; positives over negatives!

Fourth, take the time listen to her opinions or ideas. Appreciate her as she is and never underestimate her intelligence.Listen to her and respond in a non-condescending manner, even if you don't want to follow her advice or opinions. Show her that you appreciate her input and by doing so you are treating her as an equal.

Be there for her if she’s crying or is she is upset by holding her. Find ways to compliment her…if you think she is beautiful say it! “Beautiful” is so much more respectful than “hot”. Love and learn to appreciate her for who she is, as well as her body type. Don’t try and change her physically, just love her natural beauty. If you didn't love her for who she is inside and out, then you wouldn't have been with her in the first place. Don't ever, and I mean ever date a women with an ideal of a what you think is a perfect women is and try to change her to fit that ideal. It is not fair to her or to you to expect something like her changing herself and her essential being to fit who you want her to be. Love her for who she is!

Hold hands with her on the street…don’t be ashamed to be romantic, that is how women know and feel that you care. A dozen red roses every time you go out is too much and at times too fake, but a single rose with a handmade card tied with a ribbon, now that is sweet,simple, and a true way to show you care.

Also men, when you meet up with your friends, introduce her. Don't forget that she may be shy or may not know all of your friends. Take the time and effort to include her into your group of friends if possible. It shows that you care and want her to be a part of your life.

Be a gentleman! Look out for her feelings, accept her values/morals, be interested in her life, ask her what’s going on, be helpful, never put her down, if she’s wrong don’t go out of your way to prove her. Be nice and treat her like she is special. Don’t push her to do things she is not ready for. Treat her with respect and pay attention to the small things.

Don’t put her down, or make her feel uncomfortable when you are hanging out together with your friends or your parents, Stand up for her, if one of your friends puts her down, confront them and tell them that it is not okay.

Most importantly never cheat on her, harmfully lie to her. If something is wrong with the relationship, sit down and have a conversation and try to resolve the conflict. At the end of the day every little thing you do, and every effort you make to show the women you love that you love her will be noticed, and it will make your relationship stay together.

Good Luck and get out there and show her that you love her!


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      4 years ago

      This type of man do not exist in real life. Only found in jane austens novels

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      Richard M. 

      4 years ago

      this is very true, I have a girlfriend and man I'm glad to have her in my life, I always try to go out of my way and do what ever I can do to keep a smile on her face, because the fact that you know that she's smiling because of you, it's priceless. Knowing that she loves me and knowing that I'm the man making her happy, makes me happy too. We fights sometimes but that's part of a relationship, but I can assure you, that if I could have the chance to meet her in the next life, I wouldn't think it twice....

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      5 years ago

      To me it can be summed up like this....

      Sure....I am the KING of the castle...I lead and I make the decisions. HOWEVER....if the queen aint get brought to your knees in a real hurry. You should love and adore her...always..or else you are simply wasting her time as well as yours. She is a complex emotional opposed to the simple minded physical geared male like mentality. Treat her right...put her first...and she just might reward you with a lifetime of happiness.

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      5 years ago

      WMASAW is never going to be happy in a relationship with that attitude. You get to be with a woman, that should be good enough for you, since all men think about is being with women.

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      7 years ago

      The sad exclusion from the article is "what's in it for me,what does SHE do"..

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      7 years ago

      I would probably say "be yourself" and do what comes "natural". (Ultimately we are all looking for someone who will love us for who we are.) There are too many people out there who bend over backwards to impress a "new person" they are interested in. Once their object of desire becomes "emotionally invested" that's when they revert back to their "natural self". It's a form of "bait and switch". If someone is not going to behave the same way for the rest of their life then they may as well stay true to themselves. It's almost a cliché to hear someone say, "He/she is not the same person I fell in love with." One man's opinion! :-)

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      7 years ago

      I enjoyed reading this hub. Very well written and very very true! We should all treat our partners with respect, value, love and as equals.


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      Carlon Michelle 

      7 years ago from USA

      Very well written article. Aah if we all just treated each other so well. Smile!


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