5 Things Women Love to Hear!
Show us a man who says what a woman want to hear, and we'll show you a man who is truly happy. But there's an art to saying the right things - you want her to listen to the words and know you mean them. Here's our pick of the five things all women like to hear and just the right way you should be saying them!
Say she's the prettiest, dude!
Every woman wants to hear that she's the prettiest one for you. Said it already and she didn't buy it? Instead of simply saying "you're the prettiest", make it special. Try this: "You have the most beautiful eyes I've ever seen!" Compliment her in a way that she understands that you actually notice.
Not just face value!
And yet, there's more to a woman than just a pretty face. We're talking about your girl's personality - who she is, what she does, how she does it. A well-timed "Baby, you're a gem" when she's cleaned up your mess or handled a crisis will go down well. Tell her why you are with her. (No, :"You've got some knockers!" doesn't qualify.) If you can't think of anything brilliant, stick with "You bring out the best in me". Works every time!
She didn't give birth to you. She isn't related to you by blood. Yet she puts up with you. Because she loves you! Repeat this: "I'll show her how much I appreciate what she does for me." If she launders ands folds your boxers for you everyday, tell her how much it means to you. (Umm, no, telling her how your maid did a better job of it earlier is not a great idea.)
Eye for detail!
When a man notices little things about a woman, she thinks he notices everything. (Emotional suckers!) Pay attention to things as trivial as the colour of her nail enamel. Half the time she's decking up for you - so notice! Before you wonder aloud how much she's bought a dress for, say "It looks good on you".
Mind you (body) language!
The whole idea of complimenting is to appreciate but words are not the only way. You can show interest or disinterest in the way you react to what she does or says. Your body language reveals your mind more often than not. Next time, when she talks to you, look at her instead of the idiot box!
About the Author: Michael Douglas is a relationship expert and he writes for Love-Lectures.com where you can find romantic ideas and romance tips to spice up you love life and relationships. He also offers marriage advice to help couples solve most common problems in their marriage and relationships.