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The Difference Between Sex and Love For Men

As a psychotherapist who specializes in emotions, and as a woman with my own personal history of serial monogamy, I have come to realize that some men channel their need for love, intimacy, soothing, care, and comfort into sexual desire. 777 more words

Why Men Look For Sex And Find Love (But Women Look For Love And Find Sex)

Hi Evan,

I’ve been online dating for a while now, and I’ve started to notice a trend with a lot of the men who have contacted me. 1,225 more words

What Men Want

If you have to try to impress men, please realize that whatever you’re thinking impresses them probably, well, ain’t it. If you think that flawlessly applying eyeliner is going to make a guy magically look past your grating personality, your mind-numbing stupidity, and your almost unbelievable level of insecurity, guess again. 444 more words

What Men Really Want In A Woman

Relationships are’t one-sided, they’re not the best they can be unless both parties are striving toward health, holiness, and healing in their lives. I think sometimes it’s easy for women to see the deficits and needs in the men around them, while never fully acknowledging the need for growth in their own lives. 1,207 more words

19 Men Talk About What Makes Them ‘Suddenly Uninterested’ In Someone

1. Telling me how many other guys supposedly want to be with you

“Telling me that so many guys are chasing her or want to go out with her, that just makes me uninterested as it makes me feel inadequate because no one is chasing me.”

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15 Men Explain How They'd Like A Woman To Let Them Know They're Interested

1. Persistence

“Before my fiancé and I started dating, I gave her a ride from church to the bowling alley. She sent me a Facebook message that said ‘Thanks for the ride, I appreciated it.’ I assumed she was being polite.

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17 Men On The Most Attractive Non-Physical Quality A Girl Can Possess

1. Kindness

“Kindness. Without a kind heart I’d rather date a porcupine.”

2. Natural curiosity and desire for discovery

“Curiosity about the world. Not just ‘oh that’s interesting’ but rather a drive to be constantly learning about themselves and the world around them.”

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