Posts Tagged ‘how to understand women’

5 Things ALL Men Should Know About Women

ALL kinds of men EVERYWHERE struggle to understand, communicate with, and appropriately interact with women. The truth is that nobody is really teaching us how to in the first place. Here are 5 things all men should know about women (backed by science). Men and women are neurologically different. “Big whoop, captain obvious!” Hear me…

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5 Truths Behind What Women Really Want

If you browse social media sites like Facebook and eavesdrop on the comment section of pages that post articles related to dating and relationships, you will find an overwhelming amount of jaded men (and women) leaving comments about how all women typically want is, and I quote: “Money, orgasms and to laugh. But they will…

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Everyone Is In Somebody Else’s Friend Zone

I find the concept of the “friend zone” interesting because it is a term that feels like it should have been left back in elementary school with “cooties,” but has somehow transcended into modern American culture. Some people consistently express dissatisfaction with the term and say it is ridiculous, which I suppose in some ways…

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One Simple Way To Be A Better Boyfriend

I had a conversation over dinner last night with someone about an interesting issue that I knew was floating around, but I wasn’t sure of just how many people fall victim to it. Now, it is an easier problem to solve for some rather than others, given that we are all naturally better at certain…

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6 Ways To Read Her Mind

While men often wish that women would come out and just say what they’re thinking. Wouldn’t it make the dating game much easier? If she’s not into you, you know to just move on. Ah, but, what fun would that be? And, how else would you use your competitive advantage that you know how to…

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5 Things Men Need To Learn About Women

Sure, we have all met some women who seem to be more complicated than Chinese algebra. Even the famous Oscar Wilde remarked: Women are meant to be loved, not understood. But, I do think that as men, we over-complicate women because we expect them to be just like us. It’s natural for anyone to project…

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