It’s possible that men are simply wired to be resistant to the idea of monogamy, at least initially.If you’re looking to really charm him, keep these types of questions out of the conversation until you’re well into a serious relationship.Ladies, ever wonder what's going on inside your man's head?
We have an off switch and when we use it, everything completely shuts down.
Girls struggle to understand this and sometimes think that we are lying - we're not.
That's probably why he took so long to ask you out in the first place, even after all them in-your-face signs you were using.
The word "commitment" is enough to send some men running for the hills.
If a hot girl walks by and he's with you, his mind will say one thing but his genitals will say another.
It's a push-pull system, and the latter wins this mental battle 9/10 times. Men are very self-conscious about how the opposite sex perceives them, and fear rejection like the nothing else.
I don’t believe those guys have been tricked or manipulated. So what are the qualities and behaviors “good guys” looking to be in a long-term relationship are seeking in women?
Men ultimately want long-term, exclusive relationships — some at 20 years old, some at 30, almost all by 40 — and if you ask a married guy why he’s with his wife, unless he’s Ice T, he won’t say just “her butt.” He’ll say it was her intelligence, her humor, her values, her potential as a good mother, and the fact that she just makes him feel relaxed and loved.
Here, he reveals what men really look for in a woman—and how you can use that info to your advantage!