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How To Make a Man Love You. Attract Men, Choose the One You Want

Updated on November 3, 2015

Not Marriage Material

Some may say that you can't make someone fall in love with you. Certainly there is truth to that statement, but it is also possible to make the most of one's self and therefore become more desirable and admired by the opposite sex. Provided you are a woman who is interested in winning the heart of a quality man, there are indeed things that can be done to be the woman of his dreams.

This is true because most successful men are raised a particular way and have many of the same habits, interests, and ultimately, they see a certain type of woman to be the ideal wife material.

When it comes to getting serious in a relationship that leads to marriage, these men want a woman who they can trust. A woman who is loyal and calm, or laid back in personality. They do not want a woman who is dominant, argumentative, and flighty.

A mistake many young women make these days is they try to get attention from men in any way that they can. Think of Girls Gone Wild and how common place it is to turn on your television set and find young girls making fools of themselves in attempt to gain the approval of guys. Never fall into this category as it will come back to haunt you. Men do not want a girlfriend who is on display for the world to see, and a single drunken event such as this can lead to your guy never viewing you as someone special enough to take seriously.

The more conservative and exclusive you are, the more respect your guy will have for you. If he sees you as someone who is not a "typical tramp" looking for attention at a nightclub, he will start to demonstrate with his actions how much he respects you. If you do have a party girl reputation you would be shocked to hear the things that guys are saying about you behind your back. Men are very two faced. They may cheer and say that you are cool when they hear you swearing like a sailor, taking your clothes off in front of them, and having too much to drink, but they are most definitely calling you ugly names behind your back.

If you like to get slightly tipsy, it would be a wise decision to slow down. A lush is not an attractive sight and most quality men do not see themselves married to a drunk. Even if you don't drink all the time, it is an unattractive sight to see a woman drinking out of a bottle and getting sloppy.

Women who appear to be in control are the ones men favor and feel comfortable taking seriously. That means that you should have your own interests, hobbies, and pursuits.

One of the biggest complaints I hear from men is that women are too dependent on them. They feel that women don't have enough of their own interests and therefore cling to them. When women have this level of desperation about the man in their life, it makes them seem emotionally unstable.

It is important to be the straight arrow. The girl who does not drink much at all, has interests that keep her busy most of the time, and carries herself with dignity.


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    • GlendaGoodWitch profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from California

      Mary- What I mean is reality television, and Girls Gone Wild. These are things that happen and have been intensified because they have been played on television.

      I have gone to spring break and believe me, there are women imitating the behavior of what they see on TV. When I taught school, the girls in class were talking about participating in what I placed a picture of the girls doing here. I would say that 35%-40% were participating in degrading behavior.

      Also, as you said, Facebook is a reflection of our television, and overall society.

      Point being- Don't allow yourself to come across as a cheap girl:)

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      5 years ago

      "turn on your television set and find young girls making fools of themselves in attempt to gain the approval of guys. "

      I don't think that was a good example given that 90% of the rubbish on T.V is there to entertain us but what you could have mentioned is social media outlets like Facebook.


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