August 11, 2017 sistatalks

What Men Want: 6 Traits Men Look For In a Woman

1. Character

Being truly beautiful has nothing to do with your external appearance, but with your inner beauty.
Man look for the woman that look good as they do into being genuine and real.
They love women who have senses of humor and don’t take life so seriously, laugh with friends and with them. So, be yourself.

Man love when you get dressed up and feel beautiful, but is not necessary to change yourself for gaining their acceptance. Otherwise, you’re probably with the wrong man.

2. Respect

How you introduce yourself is a great deal with regards to your identity.

In the present society, there’s something many refer to as online networking, and it’s an essential list of references for men. Where you go, what you say and how you say it reflects you as a person.

Also, honestly, men don’t need somebody who is all over, doing everything, with everybody.

Young men who need the famous young lady might, but real men don’t play those games.
Without respecting yourself first, can’t appreciate a man.

They incline toward the lady who’s sitting home, perusing a book rather than getting a drink with her companions on the weekends;

The less they know about woman life, the more attractive & appealing she becomes. It compels to draw in, to ask, to search out.
If a man knows wherever you’ve been and all that you’ve done, where does that quit them?

3. Affection

Men are exceptionally physical individuals. Everything for us lifts with touch. By nature, they’re attracted to it.

It’s a given that a lady who is free with her offerings of friendship will lure us. It’s warm and inviting to a man.

Much the same as you, they need a lady to connect and snatch their hand; they need from you to come over and kiss them unexpectedly; they need from you to embrace them and ask out how the day was. It inspires this sentiment of being wanted.

It just reinforces that connection they have with you and opens up lines of communication, yet more significantly, makes them feel good — welcomed in.

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