How To Have A Successful Relationship As A Woman Practical Tips To Apply

If you browse the internet about relationship advice, you will see the number of websites talking about relationship advice for men compared to the ones who talk about relationship advice for women is quite unbalanced. Additionally, you will also find an abundance of mainstream as well as Lesbian dating sites making it more difficult for you to find something that will work out for you. There is lots more relationship advice for men because women are more complicated and usually men care more about being able to find multiple women to date compared to what women want. But don’t worry, there is still a lot of great relationship advice for women including the three tips we’re going to talk about below. So if you’re interested to learn about this topic, please keep reading.

  1. Be honest with yourself about the kind of man you want

It is very hard for women to know exactly what type of a man they want, this is in their nature and there is nothing wrong with it, you just need to be aware of it and think a little deeper. We get it, some men may be very attractive to you at the first glance or even after dating for a while, but it is after a while that some of their bad qualities show up for you and you regret your decision. This is why we are suggesting to you before you choose any man to date, try to go deep into yourself and think about if you really want this type of man for a long time or not. This means thinking about how it would be like if you marry him and have children with him. In a lot of cases, if you think of it like that, the attraction bubble will pop and you’ll see him in a whole different light.

There is nothing wrong with dressing up nicely and looking good, but you should also be aware that the way you dress up affects the type of guys attracted and coming to you. If you dress up in a slutty way, you cannot expect only quality guys who are romantic and can be great fathers, later on, to come to you, of course, you will attract a lot of guys who are just looking for sex. Falling in love head over heels with any man is not a good idea, you should take your time and take the relationship slowly, no matter how attractive the guy seems to you, especially if you are a very emotional woman because, after your first breakup, you don’t want to hurt your feelings and look at relationships as a bad thing.

  1. Know that some characteristics have some qualities which you may not like

Imagine you like men who are ambitious and care about reaching new peaks of success, you can expect such men not to care about their work and spend a lot of time with you, of course, they are going to care about their work or probably be a workaholic. You can’t have your cake and eat it too. There is nothing wrong with you liking such characteristics in a man, you should just know it has some downsides as well and you should accept them. But if your man is getting out of hand or you observe some bad qualities like drug abuse, physical abuse, turning into an alcoholic, etc, you should end the relationship as soon as you can because the last thing you want is being hurt by any of this. When you want to break up, you need to be firm about it as well.

  1. Trust your instincts

Women usually have a much stronger and trustworthy instinct than men, this is why in a lot of articles about relationship advice for women, you find this tip to trust your instincts as a woman. This means if you’re in a relationship and you gradually get this feeling that it is going south, it usually means it will. If you get this feeling that your man is cheating on you, we don’t want to say it is 100% true, but there is a high chance that is the case. So trust your instincts and listen to what your mind and heart are telling you, no matter how many good times you have had with your man, if your instincts are telling you something is wrong or will go wrong pretty soon, it may be better for you to end the relationship.

Kyong

Kyong Baldwin is a news writer covering politics, education, culture, science and technology. She is also the author of Friday Casting.

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