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Dating Perspectives - Men Spill The Beans On Women

Published on 10 Mar 2018 0 comments Leave a comment


OK, so the women have had their say, now its time for the men to spill the beans about what makes them tick, what they like, dont like and what they think in general about everything!

When it comes to women most men think they really are from Venus and pretty much everything baffles them about women! With so many of the dynamics of how we date changing every day, sometimes it helps to get a mans perspective on what they think about women. As such weve done some research and drawn on our extensive experience in the dating world to reveal the best dating tips for men from women.

Take control and make your move. Well love it.

If you thought guys dont like women to who approach them first, think again. If you are in a quandary and see a guy youre interested in when youre out and about and you arent sure if you should say hi or not, do it! The odds are in your favour, hundred fold, so what are you waiting for?

In this modern age, men shouldnt be expected to make the first move anymore. If you want it, go get it!

It really doesnt hurt to be the first one to say something.

Sometimes men are oblivious to the signs that women are attracted to and interested in them. Dont be afraid to make the first move.

Be open-minded but know what you want.

One of the best things about dating in London in the modern age is that there is lots of women looking for a serious relationship in the city. If you know what you want in a man and in a relationship, you can go out and find it. That said, its a good idea to keep an open mind if a guy you meant doesnt meet expectations right away- who knows what you might potentially be missing if you just walk on by??

Keep an open mind! You cant know about a person after only one meeting.

Be open minded. A guy might not be exactly what youre looking for but try and get to know him.

Be open to new things and kinds of men. You might be surprised.

Talk about your hobbies and interests. Men want to learn more about you.

Just like what women want to hear about, when asked what they like to talk about in their first conversation with women, most men agree that discussing hobbies or interests is a big yes. Other popular topics were family and general flirtatious banter. Avoid politics, heavy work topics or faith as it can potentially be a bit full in the early stages of a relationship.

Be yourself. Discuss things you find interesting, and find out what a guy finds interesting,

Leave the past where it belongs - in the past.

Yes, all of us have a past, however colour but most men dont want to hear about past relationships especially as we are focusing on the here and now. For many men, having a woman talk about previous relationships is a real turn off and suggests you arent over your past relationships, however good or bad so the less we hear about this, the better.

Everyone has baggage, but dont let that drag you down.

Dont bring a past relationship and its negativity into how you interact with me or what you expect from me.

Dont let the past determine your present situation.

Try to start off fresh. Dont expect your future relationship is going to be anything like your past relationships.

Yes, attraction is important but so too is honesty.

Just like women on men, men want to be physically attracted to someone who is honest and open as well. Other important attributes include a good sense of humour and someone who values friends and family, and faith too if thats your thing. Be true to yourself, now and always.

If you like him, make it known- tell him.

Most guys dont know if you are interested or not and to be fair, no one is a mind reader. So, make it clear youre interested and give the guy a chance by at least showing your interest somehow. Dont let him get away for fear of being rejected or not wanted, give him a sign and if he doesnt see it, spell it out to him in your own little way.

Good men are often afraid of coming on too strong or pursuing a woman who isnt interested- or rather not showing us they are interested in some way or another. Be kind- show your interest.

Be open and honest. Men dont take hints very well- you pretty much have to be direct with what you want.

So there you have it. A mans perspective on the world of dating and what most (not all) men think about women in todays day and age. We hope youve found this blog interesting and if you have anything else to add to the list please get in touch.

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