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Thursday, November 7, 2019

7 Women Reveal What They Would Want Their Boyfriend To Do More Often In A Relationship

“What do women want?”— A perennial question that prompts every heterosexual man to elude. We’ve all seen the movies; from Mel Gibson’s What Women Want to Rob Schneider’s The Hot Chick. In Hollywood movies like these, men are either able to read the minds of women, or they transform into a woman and walk a mile in their shoes. The climax is always the same— their misfortune ends up being a stroke of luck, and they have better relationships and understand women better after it.

But could the answer to this question be more straightforward than an unexpected change in gender or a freakish accident? Read on to find out what these seven women have to say about their expectations in relationships and what they want their boyfriends to do.

1. To Be More Expressive

To Be More Expressive


“Communication is one of the biggest factors when it comes to being in a healthy relationship. At least, that’s what I believe in. Unfortunately, a lot of men don’t really communicate what they feel when they feel it. This can later lead to unnecessary outbursts and frustration towards their partners. I wish my partner would talk about how he feels or what he’s going through rather than friends, family, or other things.”

2. To Say ‘I Love You’ More Often

To Say I Love You More Often


“A lot of men forget the power of those three simple words. Every girl wants her partner to tell her he loves and cares deeply for her. I miss those initial days of frequent ‘I Love Yous’ and those unexpected yet heart-melting compliments he would throw my way. It has been nearly six years since we first started dating, and I barely hear those three words anymore. Only when we’re apart from each other for a long time or when we’re making up after a fight.”

3. To Dress Up Occasionally

To Dress Up Occasionally


“Yeah, I get that when you’ve been in a relationship for a long time, you wouldn’t want to dress up and try really hard. You’ve already impressed the person long enough for them to choose to stick around you, right? Wrong! No girl would appreciate her partner wearing shorts or track pants while going out to even a semi-decent restaurant. Once in a while, I like to be taken out and treated fancy. Plus, it makes me feel like he still thinks I’m special and that not much has changed.”

4. To Stop Tattling To Their Moms

To Stop Tattling To Their Moms


“Mamma’s boys are super cute, and we all love a man who respects his mother, but there’s a limit. So many men I’ve dated, including the man I am with now, are just obsessed with treating their mom like therapists. I used to fight with my current partner because his mom would often text me if we had a small quarrel and ask me unnecessary and intruding questions. I get that you love your mom, but please draw the line somewhere.”

5. To Trust Me Around Other Men

To Trust Me Around Other Men


“I’ve always been a bit of a tomboy, so male friends have comprised most of my circle of close confidants. This had often been an issue for my partners. They’ve been super insecure about the fact that I crash at my guy friend’s apartments sometimes or that I reach out to my guy friends for help before I reach out to them. I thought things would be different with my current partner since he too seems to get along well with my friends, but it turns out I was wrong. He’s even more insecure about my friends than my exes.”

6. To Say Nice Things More Often

To Say Nice Things More Often


“I really wish my boyfriend would compliment me more often. When we initially started dating, he would shower me with the most thoughtful compliments, and it made me feel so special. He’d compliment the way I worked and the way I dressed. He’d compliment me on my leadership skills and give me advice on how to improve. However, a few months into dating and the compliments started happening more infrequently and now two years in, I’d be lucky if I heard a ‘good job’ from him.”

7. To Be More Forgiving

To Be More Forgiving


“Everybody makes mistakes, and couples disagree over the smallest things all the time. But I hate when my boyfriend gets super passive-aggressive with me after an argument. He’ll start slamming the doors really hard, make faces at me, start passing sarcastic comments, doing things I hate (like humming really loud and for no reason), etc. It irks me beyond belief and makes me angrier. It takes him anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to get over our fights, and it annoys me to no extent.”

They say, “All is fair in love and war.” But, we want to know what you think. Tell us in the comments what you would want your partner to do more often while you’re in a relationship.

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