What a woman wants in a man?

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Ah you see the woman who is just your type she seems perfect and you’re dying to get to know her better and get closer to her. You soon become closer to her and ask her out but she rejects you saying, “I’m sorry but you aren’t what i’m looking for or you’re not my type.”

Then you ask yourself ,What do women look for in men? What are the qualities that make men attractive romantically? Women are more emotionally aware and intelligent and hence they look for men who are mature and aware of their emotions. They look for stability and many more aspects that will strengthen their chemistry with the man.In this age of lies and cheaters women often look for men who are loyal and stick to their values.

Scientific experiments say that, “High levels of dopamine and a related hormone, norepinephrine, are released during attraction. These chemicals make us giddy, energetic, and euphoric, even leading to decreased appetite and insomnia – which means you actually can be so “in love” that you can’t eat and can’t sleep.” So the attraction women feel is just a bunch of hormones circulated at a higher level than usual. Dopamine or the happiness hormone is released when something exciting or happy is occurring ,this can only happen if you are able to make the woman happy.

“Any good relationship is built on some basic, down-to-earth qualities,” says licensed counselor Suzanne Degges-White, Ph.D. While superficial qualities like good looks and sexual chemistry are some of the early indicators of compatibility, there are a few more significant, must-have characteristics women look for in the man they hope to spend the rest of their lives with—characteristics that aren’t as likely to lessen with time.”

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11 things women look for in a man

1. Confidence

Women are charmed by men who exude confidence. When men know what they want and talk confidently in a group setting, it is very attractive.
Confidence creates an aura that draws people in. Because many people lack high self-esteem, they are intrigued by people who have high levels of confidence. They want to learn how these people live their lives with hopes of emulating their energy. So when you approach a woman, be confident.

2. Stable/Ambitious and Transparent

Stable here does not just mean paying your bills on time or having a stable income it means being responsible and independent. Women are attracted to men who take responsibilities seriously and are ambitious about their aims and morals. Being transparent means not lying to your partner and the woman you are pursuing will realise that you are transparent only if you stop lying and treat her correctly. Women do not like cheaters, no one likes a double timer.’A person who likes you would never lie to you’ this is what many women believe in.

3. Emotionally Available

Men who talk about their issues to their women makes them feel closer to you. Let her know what you’re going through, just as you are going to be there for her let her be there for you as well. Women are empathetic and often know when you are feeling down. If they check up on you tell them what’s on your mind and they will feel more emotionally attached and close to you. It’s attractive when men talk about their feelings. If you can’t talk about them openly in a group that is alright you just need to communicate about your feelings to them.

4. Protective and Possessive

Protectiveness shows the woman you like that you care about her. It is closely related to being possessive, which helps women feel like you can get jealous and that you want her.

5. Comfort

An essential thing women seek for in men is comfort. This comfort is something she may feel when she is with her family or close friends. Women feel serendipity in comfort. What you have to do to make her comfortable around you is simple, start the conversations light and humorous, don’t make any rude comments on anything she cannot change at that moment, don’t make sexist jokes, make sure that if there are other people around she isn’t feeling discomfort and let her know you’re there if she needs you.

6. Compassionate and Passionate

Men who are compassionate, meaning they show concern for others and are sympathetic to others needs are very attractive to women. Women look for men who they can open up to and talk about their bad days and who they can confide in, and when a compassionate man shows her concern it often makes her feel protected and secure. Sexual attraction is important in any relationship, and when men are passionate it develops intense feelings and sexual attraction in women In addition to being strongly attracted to the other person, people in passionate love try to maintain close physical proximity.

7. Mutual Respect

(Respect all people whether it’s a woman you like or not)Women look for men who respect them ,their time and choices. Men who understand that everyone gets different things on the table and has different opinions about things are attractive. Mutual respect in a relationship is when both understand each other’s needs and value each other’s feelings. Respect her.

8. Don’t Be Too Controlling

  • Don’t wear that dress, it makes you look a certain way.
  • Don’t go out with your friends, you know how I feel about them.
  • You have to come to this party with me even if you don’t feel good about yourself right now.

These are just some wider examples of what not respecting boundaries looks like. Women find these men over controlling and are repulsed by them as they feel chained. Men who respect boundaries and don’t cross them are approachable and don’t seem unsafe to be around. Crossing boundaries is a big red flag, you should respect her opinions and choices.

9. Make Them Feel Special

Women are charmed by men who make efforts to see them often and improve their relationship. Efforts show that you care about them and would take out time to see them even if it gets hard. To take out time from your hectic schedule and meet up would be a very captivating thing as they would be able to see that you put them first.

10. Easy-Going and Optimistic

Let’s face it no one likes a person who cribs all the time and is a pessimist. Women like men who are more easy going and fun. You should be able to have easy and light conversations and be more optimistic.

11. Maturity

If you have all the above things like compassion, respecting boundaries, good communication skills, being emotionally available and the rest of the traits then you have a;ready gotten this trait down. Maturity is something that comes after you have all the above traits. Being practical and logical, understanding the importance of a good future and being stable are signs of maturity. Maturity is incomplete without having a little fun here and there, balance is important.

All in all, remember women aren’t complicated. They simply look for men who they feel safe around and who they can be themselves around. The traits mentioned above will make you more charming to women as you will have most of the qualities women look for in a man.


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