Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Women’s Issues: How To Keep His/Her Attention

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Whether you’re dating someone new, been married for numerous years or trying to get someone’s attention that you are attracted to. Keeping them interested is key for the romance to lasts longer. Below are 5 simple tips that could help the feeling linger.

1. Be Independent

Showing that you can do things for yourself and aren’t too needy is a good thing. Being confident, secure and a go getter is a very attractive quality. BUT don’t over do your power. You don’t have to move mountains or take the approach that you don’t need a companion to help you through the tough times. It’s all about knowing that YOU can do anything.

2. Be Social

Having a life outside of “HIM” or “HER” is the best thing you can do for a relationship and yourself. Keeping a tight group of friends for a night out or being involved in local activities/clubs or anything that you’re passionate about doing. It’s great to not fully give up yourself and everything that you did before you were one. You can still have an amazing relationship that includes hanging out with friends, pursuing new ideas and taking time for yourself.

3. Keep That Look Up

Every once in awhile do some papering for yourself whether it’s a new hairstyle, a new outfit or even a simple fragrance can work. Keeping your appearance up is a must not only for your partner but for you. Everyone loves wearing something new or buying something that will make them feel better. So every once in awhile shock them with something that’s going to make them look more than twice.

4. Take Your Time

If you’re new on the dating scene it’s all about taking your time and not rushing to reveal everything about you. You want the other side to want you more than the other way around. So play cool and don’t give them your all, you always have the upper hand so enjoy it and let his/her thrill take them for a ride.

5. Can You Hang

Sometimes you might have to do things that your partner enjoys but you dislike ex: watching sports, attending a concert or hanging out with some of their friends BUT that all comes extra with them. Compromising is a huge key factor and if you can give a little bit in certain situations  they would appreciate that from you. You don’t have to do it often but being open is a start to keeping things on track.


What other tips could you offer?

1 comment:

nena said...

This is great. I have been trying to think of another important thing to add to this list and I can't think of anything that you didn't already cover.


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