Guys get that at work, and find no enjoyment in having it as any major part of their relationship. Picture this: You are on your first date with a new guy.
(Nor do you, I suppose.) Whether you truly try to compete, or it’s merely his perception, that perception will bring an end to an otherwise good date faster than a big burp during dinner. Here are two ways to present yourself in a way that gets you what you want and leaves him feeling great. He takes you to a nice restaurant and you have the best table.
Maybe you were just sharing and showing him that you have things in common.
Or maybe you thought he was bragging and you wanted to be sure he knew that you’re no slouch when it comes to being “connected” and appreciating the finer things.
Dating Advice #1: Stop dating for a while If you are no longer enjoying the dating process, don’t force yourself to date.Let him be your hero and imagine yourself as his queen – if even for just for a few moments.All I have to do is look at my husband and the partners of countless women who are friends and clients and know that grown-up men want smart, accomplished women as lovers and wives.This is how you help him see this lovely side of you.I hope you see that I’m not saying to shut up, smile sweetly and tell him how great he is. Share your accomplishments and the things you are proud of in your life, but do it in a way that lets him have his moments and see the whole you.
I enjoy working with all of them and after all these years we are like family. When you add “because” it almost always brings out your feminine side.