How to Compliment a Woman  

G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/9/2022 12:59 am
How to Compliment a Woman


Try to compliment women on more specific things that might go unnoticed by others. A woman with beautiful green eyes has probably been told that she has lovely eyes by many people before you came along. Do your best to be more original and your efforts will be noticed. You won't sound like the same broken record being played over again.

Make sure your compliment is appropriate for the setting and the relationship that you have with the woman. There seem to be stories in the news on a regular basis that talk about women who were sexually harassed by their coworkers, and if you would like to avoid winding up in one of these newscasts then you should definitely restrict what types of compliments you pay to women with whom you work. Your relationship with that woman is another factor that should help determine the extent to which you will compliment her. You don't want to excessively dote on your best friend's girlfriend or the wife of a family member. A misplaced compliment here or there could lead to serious estrangement from people that you care about. You should exercise discretion when in these situations.

Add flair to your compliments. Some compliments are boring, and you should do your best to embellish yours so that they smack of intelligence and creativity. Language is fun, and you should utilize some freedom of creative expression when bestowing praise on a lady. Try to approach paying a woman a compliment as if you were a 16th century English bard who moonlighted on the stage in Shakespearean plays. She will enjoy your wit and charm, and it will be obvious that you're not just a typical flatterer but a gentleman who is interested in the finer aspects of existence

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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/9/2022 1:00 am

Be friendly and unassuming while complimenting. Don't overdo it. If you are paying a woman a compliment and oozing sexuality then you will likely make her feel uncomfortable. As a gentleman you should find tactful ways to praise the attributes of a woman without creating an awkward situation.

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PonyGirl1965 56F
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1/9/2022 10:14 pm

You nailed it! I love intelligent men with wit and charm.


G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/10/2022 6:54 am

Navigating the world of dating can be stressful. For some, it's a series of anxious encounters where you can go from exhilaration to dejection in a heartbeat. Dating can be the road to a partnership that's exceptionally fulfilling; it can also be the road to emotional ruin. It's impossible to pinpoint exactly how you can stay on track to romantic happiness. You can, however, do four things to increase the odds that dating is a positive experience for you

Contact love interests sparingly at first. It can be tempting to get in touch with a new interest really often. Conversations are still fresh and exciting, just like your budding relationship. In the initial stages of dating, though, it's usually a good idea to moderate your impulses to reach out all the time. Not only does a bit of restraint prevent you from potentially scaring off a new date, but it helps establish a little distance between the two of you. Some distance can prevent you from immediately tumbling into a state of infatuation; though euphoric at times, early infatuation can cloud your judgment

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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/14/2022 1:03 am

Showing passion and intelligence
Some girls have the odd habit of faking stupidity and ignorance in an attempt to act cute. Please don't do that. Men value girls who they can have a meaningful conversation with. Girls who are passionate about things like art, writing, film, science, exercise, or even just their studies are naturally more attractive to men.

However, try not to be too intimidating. Like with everything else, be open enough for other people's opinions and show compassion to other people's interests. A girl who has a dream and is currently making an active effort to pursue that dream is more attractive than a girl who seemingly has no idea what to do with her life

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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/14/2022 1:05 am

TIPS
The first weeks of a relationship are so awesome. You're both on your best behavior and trying desperately to impress each other. But after a while some signs start to appear that you may have made a mistake. Examine your relationship carefully to decide if it is time to finally say goodbye to that guy. The following three signs aren't the only red flags that it's time to go, but they are a good starting point.

He Breaks Dates a Lot
When a guy breaks a date to see you once, it could just be that something came up. But if he breaks dates frequently it's more likely that someone came up. The bottom line is that he's got better things to do — at least in his opinion. So if he's frequently breaking dates, shake him loose and start dating someone else before you get hurt.

He Asks for Money All the Time
Unless you're engaged or married, a guy asking you for money is suspicious. Even when you are very serious, it is a cause for alarm because someone you are committed to should have his own resources. If your new boyfriend is hitting you up for cash it either means that he is financially unstable or he's just using you because he knows you have the money. This is not a love connection; it's a relationship of convenience — his convenience.

Communication Has Changed
If you went from talking to your boyfriend every day to barely hearing from him once a week, that's a pretty clear indication that your relationship has changed for the worse. Soon enough he won't be talking to you at all. Cut him loose before you are the one who ends up with egg on your face, and do not let him crawl back once he realizes how great you were. History will just keep repeating itself.

If you see these signs and worse, but continue to date the guy, that's your choice, but don't be surprised if you find yourself being dumped not too far down the line. It's better to be proactive and end it yourself. You deserve to be appreciated and treated with respect by whoever you date.


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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/21/2022 2:55 am

What makes a man's affair more acceptable than a women's and will that mind set ever change? It all comes down to evolution. Men and women are different and that goes without saying. However, it's not just the way we use the bathroom, or the mechanics of our bodies that make us different, it's in our brains.

While advancements in society have given women the ability to play a role equal to men; we will never be men. If we're so equal then why do we want to have a man in the first place? Instinctively, women want to feel protected, comforted and loved. Women want to feel safe and taken care of, and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. It's simply the way the way our minds work. When a man has an affair, his partner can often get over it because his affair didn't affect his ability to protect her. Women can often accept an affair by thinking that "he doesn't love the other woman, he's just using her." That's not to say that every woman will. However, despite all our centuries of evolution and societal advancements, we still cling to the basic needs that out ancestors started out with so long ago.

Still wonder what makes it so outrageously unacceptable for a woman to have an affair? Men started out with basic instincts too, and that is to pass on their seed. If a woman has an affair, there's no guarantee whose child she will have. A man needs to know that his blood line will go on. It may not make sense now, with birth control and paternity tests, but it's what drives our species to procreate and continue to exist.

Every creature on earth starts out with some basic instincts. Animals go on with life, following their built in road map. It can be hard for people to do the same. We've grown to a point where we need to understand our actions and feelings, separating emotion from logic.

Despite all the logic in the world, we haven't yet managed to entirely shut down these basic instincts. Which is a good thing, because if a woman didn't want a man for protection, and a man didn't desire a woman for procreation then would we not eventually dwindle out of existence? Perhaps one day we'll grow to the point where affairs are a thing of the past. Until then, it's our basic needs and instincts that make society turn a blind eye to a man's fling, while tagging women as immoral sluts.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/24/2022 12:40 am

dates with a woman whose interest you want to keep, what's the best plan of action? Tell her how much you like her or play hard to get? Here are some tips to keep the attraction alive and her coming back for more.

Be spontaneous
If you apply old relationship routines to your new love interest, you will bore her quickly. She's looking for a new man to offer her new experiences. Mix things up a little and be spontaneous. Surprise her with tickets to a concert she might enjoy, a picnic in the park or go round to her house unannounced with flowers some time. The excitement of not knowing what's going to happen next will keep her interested.

Keep her guessing
Keep some things close to your chest. A little bit of mystery will hold her interest. Don't be around whenever she calls. It's important to keep her guessing about what your next move will be. If the relationship develops, sharing intimate information and being there for each other will come with time. At this stage, you need to be on her mind. By not being there at her every beck and call, she'll be thinking about you more often.

Put in some effort
Whatever your financial situation, your dates together should show some effort on your part. Booking a table at an expensive restaurant every time you meet is nice, but it doesn't demonstrate much originality or thinking. Try and make every date different. It's also important to apply the same principle to your appearance. Don't turn up to your date in an old t-shirt and jeans. She's probably spent hours choosing her outfit and it pays to return the favor.

Compliment her
There's a fine line between compliment overload and being indifferent. If you shower her with too many flattering remarks, you could end up putting her off seeing you again. She'll either think that you're trying to get her into bed as quickly as possible, or that you're a sap and are moving things too quickly. Alternatively, don't totally refrain from praising her. If you keep your mouth shut, she might think that you're not interested in taking things further. A simple, 'You look great' is enough for her to know that you have assessed her appearance and you like what you see. It's also important to remember that she doesn't just want to be viewed in terms of her looks. If she talks about work, celebrate her achievements by saying such things as, 'You're really smart.' She'll love that you are flattering another aspect of herself that other men might have missed.


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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/24/2022 12:41 am

Have your own life
It's no good spending all of your time thinking about the woman you've been dating. You need to continue your life as usual. Hang out with your friends and take part in sports or activities you enjoy. If you stay at home waiting for her to call, you'll have nothing to talk about when you meet up and become a dull date. People with great social lives are interesting and fun. This is the kind of guy she wants to date, so spend time with the guys and enjoy yourself.

Is playing hard to get the best game plan to keep her interested? Not exactly. If you remain too aloof, she will look elsewhere for a man who will give her the attention she deserves. However, even if you're besotted with her, don't be needy and don't be predictable. Spending time apart and avoiding contact by phone or email will make her all the more eager to spend time with you again.


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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/27/2022 8:10 am

People sometimes confuse intimacy with sex. Being intimate with someone is much more than just having sexual relations. Physical intimacy can develop rather quickly but intimacy on a deeper emotional level takes time. Sex is a temporary fix but it cannot fulfill the need for true intimacy. People that engage in superficial relationships such as those that are centered on sex, often fear commitment. They long for closeness but fear being hurt. The fear makes it difficult to become intimate on any other level other than a sexual level. They opt for lust rather than love so they can experience closeness without allowing their emotions to be involved in order to avoid being hurt.

A relationship without love and true intimacy does not stand much of a chance. Everyone needs to love and be loved. Love encompasses all levels from physical to emotional and even spiritual. In order to experience a multi-level type of love, we need to let go of the fear of being hurt and allow love to happen completely. There is always the potential for hurt but if we do not allow ourselves to open up to that potential, we cannot truly experience love.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/27/2022 8:11 am

Over the past few , polyamory has become a more widely known term and practice. And perhaps inevitably, certain misconceptions and misunderstandings about what “polyamory” means have become widespread as well. It would be unfortunately difficult say which among these misunderstandings is the most common, or the most hurtful polyamorous folks. But there’s one in particular that I’d like discuss: the idea that “polyamory” means “committed couple who have casual partners on the side.”
There has been much talk about “open marriage” and “open relationships” in recent , with some even paradoxically dubbing non-monogamy “the new monogamy.” In this open-marriage conception of non-monogamous relationships, there is still a central, committed (often legally married) couple, who allow one another engage in purely sexual (or at least quite casual) outside relationships. Generally, any discussion about the benefits of such practice revolves around how it strengthens and/or reinvigorates the central couple in question. I want be perfectly clear that I don’t see anything wrong with strictly sexual non-monogamy so long as it’s genuinely fulfilling and consensual for all involved, including the outside partners. But for those of us living in polyamorous families, it can be incredibly frustrating when people use those concepts of open marriage make assumptions about the structure of our relationships.
Because we live in such a monogamy-centered society, it makes sense that many people can only conceive of non-monogamy in what ultimately still amounts monogamous terms. There is a common misconception that a polyamorous relationship is really no different from an open-relationship agreement: one committed couple, with some lighthearted fun on the side. But the word “polyamory,” by definition, means loving more than one. Many of us have deeply committed relationships with more than one partner, with no hierarchy among them and no core “couple” at the heart of it all. , this notion that there must be one more important relationship, one true love, feels a lot like people looking at same-sex couples and thinking that one person must be the “man” in the relationship and the other must be the “woman.” After all, both of these misunderstandings result from people trying graft their normative conceptions of love and relationships onto people who are partnering in non-normative ways. It seems that it is somewhat easy for many people to acknowledge that humans are capable of loving one person and still enjoying sex with others (assuming, of course, that the terms of their relationship make such behavior acceptable). But it is much harder for people to think outside the fairy-tale notion of “the one” and imagine that it might be possible to actually romantically love more than one person simultaneously.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1676 posts
1/27/2022 8:20 am

Room for Self-Improvement
Of course, you may actually want to be in a relationship. There's nothing wrong with that. You can spend Valentine's Day in reflection of your life. Relationships fail for a reason and you can contemplate on why your previous relationships failed and how you can improve yourself so it does not happen again.

Valentine's Day is a great day for singles who want to start a relationship too. Strike up a conversation with an attractive stranger. Hang out in places where you can find single people, like coffee shops or parties. Have you been infatuated for weeks with someone you met online? Contact them and see if they would like to have lunch with you.

Enjoy Yourself
There is no reason to hide out in a dark room with a gallon of pistachio mint ice cream just because you're single and it's Valentine's Day. Think about it. Men and women around the world feel they have to spend money on their partner today. Restaurants, movies, luxury cruises, and chocolates don't come cheap. Think of all the money they're spending on their dates, and then think about how much you could spend on yourself.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1676 posts
1/30/2022 8:12 pm

Acting like an insecure girlfriend is not an attractive quality. Men prefer women who are confident, happy, and have their own lives. Here are four ways that you can stop acting like an insecure girlfriend.

1. Let him come to you now and then
There's no question that the man you're dating will enjoy waking up to texts from you, but it can also become predictable. If he knows before he checks his phone that he'll have texts from you, this could signal to him that you're insecure. That you don't trust that he'll text you if you're not there to remind him. You don't have to stop texting him sweet good morning messages, but every few days or so let him make the first move. Don't become predictable in the days you let him come to you because that will also become boring.

2. If you think he's being distant, don't confront him
It's easy to imagine that a man is no longer interested in you when he suddenly doesn't text you as you're used to. Remember that he has a life, a job, and other people in his life. His attention can't always be focused on you. Blowing up at him when he doesn't reply to a text within minutes makes you look insecure and will likely push him away. To act like a secure woman, allow him to reply to texts when he's able to. If you think he's acting distant, he's probably just busy or needs some time to himself

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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/30/2022 8:12 pm

3. Don't go digging into his past
If you're curious about your boyfriend's exes, resist the temptation to dig into his past to see what kind of women he dated before you. Don't ask your boyfriend about his exes and the details of their relationship and breakup or how many people he has been with. Doing these things makes you look insecure and you probably don't really want the details anyway. Leave the past where it belongs and enjoy your relationship with your boyfriend.

4. Have your own life
A secure woman doesn't need to cling to her boyfriend and his life. If you're insecure you will want to be with your boyfriend all the time. You'll want to join him and his friends for activities that you don't particularly like just so that you can keep an eye on him all the time. A secure, confident woman knows that her boyfriend is into her and won't go chasing after every woman that crosses his path. Know that he's with you because he likes you and wants to be with you.

Acting like an insecure woman is one of the quickest ways to turn a man off and ruin a potentially good relationship. If you have insecurities, it's a good idea to deal with them before attempting a relationship. No one else, not even a boyfriend, can give you the confidence you need and deserve.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/30/2022 8:16 pm

Are you in a committed relationship and wondering what happened to all those sparks that flew between you each time you were together. You never thought it would happen to you. When you first met, you just knew that you'd be one of those couples who were still chasing each other around the living room in your golden years. Instead, settling into bed to watch your nightly "Law & Order" rerun seems more palatable than the arduous task of mustering up the desire to have sex with your partner. So what happened?

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1676 posts
1/30/2022 8:17 pm

1. You're all out of "in love"
In the brand spanking new phase of a relationship, the brain releases an obscene amount of oxytocin--the chemical responsible for making you crave the company of your lover. This phase lasts anywhere from six months to two years. Once oxytocin levels drop, a couple enters a stage of the relationship in which the drive to have sex with each other doesn't seem as pressing. You're not sick of sex; you're just sick of having it every day, twice a day. If spending an evening on the couch with your partner picking over Netflix selections just seems like a better idea than sex, there's a reason. And it's perfectly natural.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1676 posts
1/30/2022 8:18 pm

2, here we come
The recipe for good sex requires a generous helping of imagination, a dash of naughtiness, and several scoops of spontaneity. When sex becomes as predictable (and exciting) as the changing of the guard at Windsor Castle, it's time to liven things up. Don't limit sex to weekend nights in the bedroom only. Take off early. Bring home an erotic movie. Arrange to meet your mate at a hotel for a "secret". Variety is the spice of life--and the same applies to sex, too.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/30/2022 8:19 pm

3. Stressed out and sexed out
You're going to lose your job, you just know it. Okay, there ya go -- job lost! Now the bills are late, and the funds are getting slim. With all these irons in the fire, sex often doesn't just get put on the back burner, it gets taken off the flame entirely. Granted, it's hard to think of meeting a significant other's physical needs--or your own--during a stressful period. Talking about problems openly with your mate not only opens the lines of communication; it leads to closeness and bonding. And the desire for sex!

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1676 posts
1/30/2022 8:19 pm

4. It's more than just the blues
Sometimes a flagging libido is understandable. The death of a parent, child or close friend can lead to survivor's guilt--and often a period of profound depression that may even require the use of anti-depressants. It's only natural that during times of loss, sex is probably the last thing on your mind, or that of your lover, depending on who experienced the loss. If your lover has experienced the death of a loved one, understand that sexual escapades might be slim for awhile until recovery from the loss occurs.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
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1/30/2022 8:20 pm

5. Who has the time?
If your job keeps you at the office until midnight, chances are pretty good that you'll go home to find your significant other snoozing in bed rather than waiting up with a bottle of champagne. Your partner isn't sick of sex, and neither are you. Your schedules simply don't permit for the two of you to connect in a meaningful way. Designate time to spend together and keep your promise. Block it out on Outlook. There are only so many hours in a day, that's true--but some of those hours should be allotted to you and your significant other to share.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1676 posts
1/30/2022 8:21 pm

6. Privacy, please ...
Children may bring a couple closer in some ways and drive them apart in others. When a couple's every spare moment is spent focused on issues of his, her's or their kids, they risk becoming a childcentric household, and the dangers to close physical and emotional intimacy are rife. In this case, you're not sick of sex--you're just not making it a priority. Make sure to create "us time" by taking a short vacation (just the two of you) or leaving the children with a trusted sitter on a Friday night. Let's face it--it's just hard to get in the mood when you can hear the kids giggling at Shrek 2 on the other side of the door.

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1676 posts
1/30/2022 8:21 pm

7. Distance, and Separate ways
Sick of sex? Sure--if there were any sex to be sick of in the first place! You may wonder, "Who is this person who shows up in my home after spending a month traveling for business?" Relationships or marriages in which one person spends a lot of time away because of career demands don't necessarily result in hot, happy, sloppy sex upon his or her return. Sex is more than about physical attraction; it's about the connection you feel to your lover's mind and soul. Since we all know that absence doesn't always make the heart grow fonder, there's an equal chance that sex with the familiar stranger may hold little appeal

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G000dbuddy 34M  
1676 posts
1/30/2022 8:22 pm

8. It's just that time of life
As the body ages past the optimal reproductive stage, physical stamina decreases, as does the desire for physical intimacy. In this case "sick of sex" might indeed be an apt term. If you and your significant other are at odds with respect to your physical desires, there's no reason to let lack of sex tear you apart. Seek joint counseling, or get a physician's advice, as medications are available that allow for increased sexual activity

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