If you like a man, encourage him with eye contact, a warm smile or a flirt online to let him know you’re interested.
Remember, men weren’t given a Dating Rulebook with their divorce papers either.
Here’s what I learned: If you’re looking for someone of similar interests and lifestyle, the more specific you can be upfront, the better. What was the last good book your read, or film you saw?
For instance, does “loves sports” mean you’re up for cross-country skiing and white-water rafting, or is it a declaration that every weekend is devoted to channel-surfing the pro and college games? Potential dates skimming your profile are more likely to respond to specifics.
The key is learning to come into your true feminine power…one that compliments a man’s masculine power. On the big screen, they show us men like Tom Cruise’s character in the movie, .
When you do, he’ll jump through hoops to make you happy. Think back to when he professed his love with the romantic words, “You complete me.” Real men show you their love by cutting your grass and giving you their coat when you’re cold.
Tip #5 – Don’t criticize the job a man is doing for you.
He’s doing his best and yes, you may be able to do it better or faster than he can but don’t… If he’s offered to do something for you, allow him to do it his way.
Men tell me again and again how much they dislike profiles of women who demand nothing less than the best restaurant or a certain salary to date them.
Men have had enough demands put on them at work and from their ex’s.
The last thing they want to do is meet yours before you’ve even met.
Tip #7 – Don’t try and remodel a man by making him your pet project.
Either accept him for who he is or let him go and move on.