why do they say one thing and mean another? why dont they just say it so we can understand it?
@tshakelford Men say one thing and mean another for many different reasons.
They can be trying to protect your feelings.
They may be attempting to predict what you want them to say.
They may just be trying to make you react.
They could be trying to throw you off.
Some men just don't know how to communicate. They really just want you to understand them without having to discuss and explain everything.
I love this question. Most women just want to know that you care and that you find them sexy. tell them they are beautiful everyday and let them know that you appreciate them.
Honestly my husband has this down. Every day he tells me I'm beautiful and lets me know just how much he appreciates me NO MATTER WHAT. It is the best relationship I have ever had.
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Do women really like cocky men?!
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How well women knows about pearl? Do they take any pearl? or they have specific type of pearl in their mind like Black Tahitian Pearl Earrings?
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