Quote about dating like a man
If it's educating its girls, if women have equal rights, that country is going to move forward.But if women are oppressed and abused and illiterate, then they're going to fall behind.While many men will propose to women who treated them like husbands from day one, it will take you a lot longer to get a ring out of a man if you’re giving him all the benefits of a marriage without any of the accompanying obligations and commitments. ”The most significant aspect I’ve noticed women catering to men as husbands would be in their careers.For example, you could get a great job offer in another state, but choose to pass up on the opportunity to stay with your boyfriend.If we ever get to the point where cheating becomes part of the solution, we must reevaluate our relationship and see if it is still what we want.Protecting your marriage from infidelity should be a top priority for all couples. If a man is going to make a career or business decision, he does it, and without thinking, “Oh, I wonder if my girlfriend will be okay with this.” No, men do what they know is best for themselves and it’s time that women did the same!I say this because 2-3 years down the line when you’re not with him, you too will think his opinion doesn’t matter.
He has no conception of the subtle atmosphere exhaled by the sex feminine, so long as he bathes in it; but let it be withdrawn, and an ever-growing void begins to manifest itself in his existence, and he becomes hungry, in a vague sort of way, for a something so indefinite that he cannot characterize it.
She admitted to being jaded about long-term love and whether or not there were men who could fully commit. There are still some faithful brothers out there who value commitment. There are various reasons that some spouses end up in the arms of another.
This conversation was honest and raw, and it caused me to take a step back and really think about the state of most relationships today. For example, it made me wonder are there still faithful men out there. For the sake of our own marriages, we must be aware.
WASHINGTON IRVING, The great question that has never been answered, and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul, is "What does a woman want?
"SIGMUND FREUD, attributed, The best judge of whether or not a country is going to develop is how it treats its women.