Seven simple things to keep any woman happy.
Being a guy, I’ve always been sort of intimidated whenever I’ve heard people say “you don’t know what women want”, “no one knows what women want”, “understanding women is like rocket science” and so on and so forth. I’ve always hated the generalization that women are hard to understand, women are just as easy to understand as men. It isn’t justified to just label a gender as “hard to understand” just because a few people of the opposite gender find them hard to understand or just because they can’t comprehend them. So, for the normal and unbiased people out there, I’m writing about seven things every guy can do to make his woman happy and content.
Loyalty is one of the first traits that keep a relationship alive and strong. When loyalty gets affected, the entire relationship goes out the window within mere moments no matter how long it took for that relationship to get there. Complete transparency is vital for every relationship and everyone needs to realise this fact.
Being honest is one of the easiest ways to a woman’s heart. Men, even if you make a mistake, just be honest about it. Being honest is much better than making someone go through the trouble of hearing your lies and finding out the truth later on and getting badly hurt by it. It’s always better to be open and honest about your past and your own individuality. Don’t try to be someone else in front of her, or you’ll be faking the relationship entirely when you finally show her your true side. Make sure she loves you for who you are and not what you “could’ve been” or “can be”. Be honest, it doesn’t cost anything and it has a lot of rewards.
I’ve said this countless times, “time” is one of the most precious gifts you can give someone. When a man takes out time for his woman, he’s making an effort above all else. Take out time from your busy schedules, have your very own separate days with her where it’s just you and her. Regardless of how busy your life is, always take proper time out for your woman. It’s all about priorities.