There are many things which attract a man to a woman.
Some factors are obvious and more physical, such as a well-formed body.
But other major factors in attracting the man you desire are more subtly powerful, and involve the way that you present yourself and interact with him.
Every woman has the ability to enhance their sex appeal and have the man they want falling over backwards with desire, if only they can learn to work with what they’ve got.
One of the most common complaints I hear from women in relationships is that their man does not given them enough romance.
But often when I ask the male partners of these very women what they do to show their love towards their wife or girlfriend, they immediately string off a list of things they do all the time, many of which can be considered very romantic.
So what’s going on here?
Whether it is being shot down from that hot guy at the bar, or being dumped after a long-term relationship, rejection always stings.
Being rejected by a man you love can really knock you back and shatter your self-image, making you feel unattractive and undesirable.
But there are many things which can help you to get through this tough time with dignity and strength, so that you can bounce back even better than before.
The start of a new relationship is an amazing time where you may be feeling a high you have never felt before.
You are caught in the throes of romantic love and can’t get enough of the feeling. Hormones are racing through you, keeping those feelings of love and euphoria skyrocketing, and causing you to act in ways you never thought you could.
You can’t seem to spend enough time with your man and are already starting to imagine that this could be forever.
Ok. I’m going to go out on a limb here and tell you all a story about the disaster of my last relationship, because I think it’s important that you don’t make the same mistake I did.
There is a very important lesson I learned from this experience and I truly believe it’s a lesson we all should live by in our relationships.
Before you move to the next step with your man, read this!
Entering a new relationship can be daunting, especially if you have been single for a while.
It’s a time when your routines get shaken up and you have to start thinking about his needs, as well as your own.
But all of your fears are nothing when you compare them to the excitement and joys of a new relationship, right? Well, you’d think so.
Ladies be warned: you are about to enter the inner workings of the male brain.
There is one thing that is more important to a man than your love. And unfortunately, most men feel they are not getting enough of it.
I know what you’re thinking, sex. It’s always sex, right? But no, I am not talking about sex here.
Hello ladies, I hope you have all had a great week.
Today we are going to be talking about fear. Fear of talking to him, fear of going on a date, fear of losing him. We all feel like this at times! What you may not know is why we feel this fear, and how fear actually affects us physically.
By the end of this article you will know there is a lot more to fear than just those knots and butterflies you feel in your stomach before a first date.
Wow. I just received this really heartfelt email from Lucy from North Carolina, and decided I had to share her story and my reply with you, as this is something we ALL need to know.
Lucy’s story really touched me because I realised as I was reading that so many women (including myself) have faced the same problem: how do you know if a guy is truly right for you?
Hello ladies. Today we’re going to be having a talk about how to date with confidence over 40.
Maybe you’ve never met Mr Right, or have recently gone through a divorce. It can be hard knowing where to start in the dating world.
In this day and age, people are a lot more transient in their careers and lifestyle choices than they were 50 years ago. Divorce rates are on the rise, and the dating scene is blooming for those wishing to find love in mid-life.