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Things Men Need To Know About Women

Updated on April 11, 2022 | Source

Things You Guys Need To Know

A lot of times, women's actions get to be understood wrongly by some men or let's say most men and here, we cannot really blame one side because things and situations differ.

I will be mentioning some of the situations that get women understood differently by men.

When She Complains

When she complains about something she really wants just listen to her and consider her points because I'm sure a rational woman wouldn't be complaining about meaningless things, well unless she's irrational.

Let's say for example, she wants you to come with her for a dinner invitation from her parents and she's just complaining about that while you're not really giving that attention because you're busy or you're tired or because you don't like her parents, give her a convincing reason and I'm sure she'll stop complaining.

When She Gets Mad Easily

If a woman gets easily mad or angry over something then be sure that she's only acting as such because she really loves you, while when she doesn't really show much expressions and reactions then her love level would be normal.

When she's mad over something you've done, make sure to not react in a way that would hurt her - depending on how sensitive she might be - because especially during the times when she gets mad at, she would be more sensitive than usual and anything could hurt and affect her. You can try to hug her and understand from her the causes and the reasons to why she's angry or sad and you can also try to go with the flow - even if you think you're the one who's right and that it's not your fault - and when things cool down, perhaps in the next day you can talk to her and explain who's fault was that thing from yesterday or something. | Source

When She's Too Moody

Sometimes women can get really moody, anything can play a role in changing women's moods like perhaps she's getting her period or you've unconsciously done something that could have affected her in a way or any other reason that would result in her explaining her reactions by being too moody or something, sometimes even women don't realize what could have affected them and by not being able to recognize or realize the real reasons, things would result in getting her moody.

If she's sad, hug her and tell her something she loves to hear or know and you may also think about bringing her some sweets or chocolate.

If she's too happy, smile with her.

When She's Too Nice With You

When she's too nice with you and if you guys are not in a relationship, this shouldn't necessarily mean that she likes you - she might be liking you or not - but just don't mistake her being friendly with flirty, there's a big difference here.

Don't Be Bossy Or Judgmental

If anyone tells you that women love bossy men then he/she would probably be joking or lying to you, women - just like men - love and appreciate freedom, once she feels you're controlling and being bossy to her trust me, she will be sooner or later losing all of her interest in you until she comes to the day when she even stops loving you or gets this from you - learns how to be bossy too- a relationship based upon these things would totally get to an ending and it will surely not last!

Being excessively judgmental can damage your relationship too.

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