Of course, wanting a good hardworking man who respects women isn't asking too much. For some women, having a good man just isn't enough.
They also want a Lexus, a two-story home in the suburbs, and a string of credit cards.
I think women are far more sophisticated communicators than men; they seem to be more adept at the subtleties of gestures, facial expressions, and body language.
When a woman changes her entire act after the relationship gets going, men feel as though they've been duped.When they don't have these things, they moan and complain as though life is terrible.If the man dares to say something about how he's happy with things as they are, he'll be accused of being complacent, lazy, and lacking ambition. But counting the blessings you already have never hurts either. In fact, we often have difficulty just figuring out what women mean with the words they speak.They're asking other women, listening to so-called relationship experts, and believing statistics.While those sources may be helpful and provide some information, nothing is as accurate as asking men what they think and feel.