Discussion in 'Relationships' started by the6peace8keeper, Jun 7, 2006.
I wish one would explain it to me cause it seems im clueless.
all women want, is the same thing as men want...to be happy.
If you make her happy, she'll have no reason NOT to be in love with you.
Key being 'happy' is dynamic not static.
Then again that's no guarantee...
Wise words from TCP/IP.
and Life... *s*
security in every way shape and form
just depends on the woman.
It depends on the woman, as each and every one of us are different. For example I don't need a man to support me financially as I do just fine without him. I am emotionally secure so I don't need him to tell me how pretty I am or that I am a good person.
What I do need is a man to be is honest, intelligent and trustworthy.
If you want to impress a lady listen to her and treat her with respect. Works like a charm
That's pretty much what I want too.
to be heard and listened to and taken seriously!
"I'm telling you, it's jobs. We gotta get jobs. Then we get the khakis. Then we get the chicks. "
I think thats pretty much it, the rest of the women who posted just posted the qualities in a man that does make them happy, which is also interesting.
to be happy, yup
desired, wanted, respected, trusted. And to be able to do that to my partner too, to trust/desire/want/respect them easily. Mmhmmm
No, you got it all wrong.
What women want is THEIR OWN WAY. Haven't you ever read that King Arthur story?
Wanna tee now to save the trouble? *all seriouslike*
This works both ways. What do you want? Males want?
Excellent list. I'd only add
just to insure there's no misunderstanding...
Check back as I'm certain this'll be edited...
what do you think about this one you?
Kept Hoping it would've been revised
but the Realist inside knew Better... *sigh*
true up to the last one
don't wanna be controlled like a child
and the daddy thing in a relationship beyond father/offspring always grossed/weirded me out, but that's me
(I think it's more to be protected than treated like a child)
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