Women want partners that care.
Women don’t want perfect partners; they want men who are striving to be their best selves.
She doesn’t necessarily want someone who has every step of his life pre-planned, but she wants someone with drive and with goals.
She doesn’t necessarily want someone who cries every day, but she does want someone who has the courage to cry in front of her when he needs to.
Men and women are at an emotional stalemate.
We feel something’s lacking in our relationships.
The majority of men aren’t able to penetrate their women fully, nor are women fully opening to their men.
Women aren’t opening because men aren’t giving them what they need.
Women feel disappointed and resentful; they are suffering.
When women suffer, and they feel like they aren’t being seen, they close off to their men.
Fortunately, you can learn the right tools to be able to more fully penetrate your woman.
You can give your partner what she needs, allowing her to feel seen so that she will open again.
Take the time to read through these needs. Let them sink in.
Understanding what you can do to help your partner fully open will not only improve your relationship, but it will improve your entire life.
Here are the 6 things that all women want in a relationship.
1. To Be Appreciated & Respected
The feminine in all people responds primarily to praise and appreciation.
Remind your partner that you love her.
Tell her that you appreciate what she brings to your life.
Show her how much she means to you.
The fastest way to run your relationship into the ground is by ignoring your partner and taking her for granted.
Appreciation is the opposite of those things.
Appreciation is the embodying this mindset: “I am aware of what you bring to my life, and I want you to be sure that I am aware of it as well.”
So tell her what you appreciate, and tell her often.
2. To Feel Safe
There is a war being waged on women’s self-esteem, sexuality, and safety from a very young age.
Because of the barrage of disempowering messages being sent to women regarding their sexuality, women need to have a safe space where they feel that they can trust their partners.
She wants to trust your strength. She wants to feel like you can handle whatever she shows you.
She wants to feel like you will not judge her if she asks for something risqué.
She wants to know you won’t collapse in defeat if she tells you to do it “This way” instead.
By creating a safe space for your woman to open up to you emotionally and sexually, you will be giving her a very powerful gift-
you allow her to grow within your relationship and undo old emotional damage.