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19 Relationship Tricks What Do Women Desire Out of Men?

# 1. A Caring Man Is a Hot Guy.

What do women desire? For those who've ever contemplated this concern, here are 19 relationship tricks. They're based upon the study of healthy, pleased couples and our altering gender roles. Secret No. 1: Ladies appreciate a man with a sensitive side, especially when they're upset. Put your arm around her and hand her a tissue. Supporting is an effective method to connect.

# 2. Chivalry Still Belongs.

When it comes to love, many women like men to take a conventional manly role. This is particularly real in the wooing stage of a relationship, according to psychologist Diana Kirschner, PhD, who's written several books about love. She's perfectly efficient in pulling out her own chair or opening a door, however if you see her hesitate, she may simply be waiting for you to be the gentleman.

# 3. Alway's Dress to Impress.

Fashion comes and goes, but a man's attention to his grooming and clothes must be long lasting. It's import…

Regaining Trust After You've Cheated, Can You Move Forward?

When trust has been broken through infidelity, couples struggle to find their way. The betrayer finds hope scarce. However, this does not mean a possibility for a future ends at the point of cheating. One of the most important things when rebuilding trust is it takes time and patience. Proactive steps brings couples closer as they work through the process of rebuilding the trust.

Assume Responsibility:

This seems to be clear, but often gets ignored. The first step is a clear apology with assumption of the wrong done to the other person. Though the first step, the act will never resolve everything. Things will not move forward productively without an acknowledgement of wrongdoing. The one who committed the act needs to resist explaining, offering excuses or being defensive despite the temptation to do so.

Be Consistent:

After an act of betrayal, the wronged person doubts everything said and done by the one who broke the relationship. This makes things challenging because it calls into qu…