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What women want and need from a man (part 1)

Updated on May 12, 2009

There are a lot of tips and tricks to seduce or get a woman, but to get an honest and good relationship, you have to forget all those tricks. The success will just be temporarily when a man has this kind of attitude. It just isn’t the right way to get a nice, warm, loving, good , healthy (blablabla) relationship.

As long as a man thinks the woman is only good for the housekeeping and for sex, I’ve got some bad news, really bad news. DUHHH! That’s the biggest bullshit. Okay maybe not the biggest, but it stinks. If that’s the way a man thinks, sooner or later the woman will tie the man up in a chair and teach him a lesson, shoot him,try to drown him in the washing machine, poison him or at least is thinking about those things. Believe it or not. If a man just tries to see the woman as his equal and approaches her this way, he will be much more successful because there will be more trust between the both of them.


Most men have this kind of woman friendly attitude when there is a woman around. That’s what usually happens when a man wants to seduce a woman. But when a man has this attitude when he is just around men, women will love him. I know for some guys this is hard, but believe me, if you want a serious relationship, don’t talk dirty about women when they are not around. If a man sees women as his equal they have to be man enough to talk about women in the same matter when he is just among the guys. At least, only when he sees women as his equal. If he’s just a bad kind of actor, he’ll probably won’t survive when he’s in a relationship.

With the attitude of being a real man, he might get lucky and leave a positive impression with the ladies, but in the long run there will be tensions, because women don’t like it to be treated like they are on the second or third place of interest of men, just because the man acts tough. Women just want to feel respected for who they are and what they are. Just like men want, they don’t just want to be treated as some source of income for the women, or be dominated ( okay some men would like that) by women.

A woman gets weak when a man treats her like his lady and talks about her as his lady and won’t like it if suddenly the man’s behavior changes, starts acting tough. She won’t understand these changes later on in the relationship. Women will get pushy, start asking a lot of questions and will start to change too. They will get picky, nosy, and all other kinds of irritating things will happen. But that’s the guys fault right? It’s not the womans fault. She just thought that he was sincere about everything he said and showed before. Just treat her with respect and take her seriously. Listen to her, and when she’s right be a man and let her now she’s right, be reliable, trustworthy and so on and so on. Be honest , mean everything you say, let the words come from your heart, not your machinegun below your belt.

Playing the knight in shining armor is not hard to do, but being the knight in shining armor is a lot harder.


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    • Tatjana-Mihaela profile image


      9 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Many thumbs up! I can only agree with your every word.

    • James A Watkins profile image

      James A Watkins 

      9 years ago from Chicago

      Well now I know! Thank you for laying it out there for us. Your words ring true.

    • G-Ma Johnson profile image

      Merle Ann Johnson 

      9 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      You got that right sweetie, every word. G-Ma :O) Hugs


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