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5 Things Women Need from a Relationship

What Women Really Want

Lend a helping hand: As much as men hate being nagged, women equally hate nagging. Lending a helpful hand without being asked is one of the easiest ways to keep a relationship on neutral ground. Offering to wash the dishes, make dinner, or fold the laundry is a gesture that won’t go unnoticed. In many cases if you offer to do something your girl will tell not to worry about it anyway, but she’ll be happy that you offered. It’s all those little things that really pay off. Show some respect: Women are always talking about wanting respect from the opposite sex, but unless you’re a women you can never really understand what this truly means. Women handle the bulk of the emotional labor in their relationships and yet they’re constantly faced with thoughtless and undignified comments, even when it’s unintentional. Women want to be respected for the work that they do, whether it be domestic or corporate. Women are master multi tasks  and they’re frustratingly stubborn, but they’re also more emotional than men and sometimes they need a little reassurance that they’re respected for all that they do.

Don’t Discuss Politics

Political discussions are more intense than they have been in years. With the country divided, a war on, a president that is either loved or hated, political discussions are more dangerous to a new relationship than they ever have been.

Just 15 years ago people beginning to date didn’t concern themselves with the political affiliation of their dates. But these days politics is a hot button for many people and it can sink a new relationship faster than the iceberg did the Titanic. Yes, your heart will go on…but you may miss out on a great person just because you see things a little differently.

Serious ideological discussion are best left to later in a relationships when mutual respect and friendship will help you keep it all in perspective. Enjoy the season but skip the debate.

Do You Have a Good Relationship Compatibility with Your Partner?

Believe it or not, your relationship compatibility determines whether your relationship will be a lifetime of love and happiness or a complete disaster.

Did you know that incompatibility between intimate partners contributes to 78% of break-ups and is at the core of most common relationship problems? It’s true!

Learn here about relationship compatibility and how to know who you’re compatible with.

First, you should know that romantic and marriage compatibility make life together much simpler.

Sure, opposites attract, but a stable relationship is based on similarity.

Over 40

The phrase Life begins at 40 was coined by American psychologist Walter Pitkin in his 1932 book where he confidently stated ‘Life begins at forty. This is the revolutionary outcome of our New Era. Today it is a half truth. Tomorrow it will be an axiom’. It goes without saying; he was definitely onto something not only in the terms of how we generally now view or lifecycles, but also how our dating habits have and are still changing.

Dating over 40 is not only considered a norm in society but is also arguably the best time to date! Most of us have played the dating game and this should not be taken as a disadvantage but the very opposite – We know what we want and we won’t settle for anything less. Saying this our potential dating partners are in exactly the same boat and therefore there is already a line of trust, openness and honesty that suggests we won’t be wasting time in the wrong relationships. We have that advantage – so why not use it!

Dating & Religion

Before we start, understand that this article is about any religion and pertains to any combination of people on the dating scene.

Of all the subjects that can set fire to otherwise pleasant evening, religion is perhaps the most incendiary. Therefore, understand that personal belief systems in terms of religion are a taboo subject for polite conversation when on the first few dates with someone.

If you have ever studied history, you must realize that many, many wars and untold sufferings have plagued the world because of this very subject. Prejudices from every angle of the human philosophical spectrum are causing difficulties throughout the world even as this article is being written. Do not bring this kind of conflict into a first date with someone.

The reason the subject of religion is taboo for polite dating conversation is very clear. At best, the subject of religion takes precedence over all other subjects at hand and takes the focus away from the two people involved in the date. That focus is necessary for the two parties to understand and nurture each other’s individual personalities.

The purpose of dating is not to create a venue to debate about opposing religious beliefs or get into an argument about the subtle nuances of a shared religious path. The object of dating is for you to have a fun and enjoyable time, get to know someone as an individual person, and perhaps cultivate a partnership or friendship.

Some religious leaders (clergy) require that their members ask certain questions before a date begins and if that is the case with you then ask the questions. Do not press for the answers you want, judge your date, or abruptly end the evening if you have asked questions and do not like the answers. You were attracted to the person before he/she was asked these questions, and you would be an unfortunate person if you were unable to spend an evening with someone whose religion or philosophical path did not match your own. This is not a marriage, it is a date.

If you are of a belief system that demands a religiously matched partner, and you are with someone of the same faith, then you should still avoid the subject of religion because there are differing ways of approaching the same religion. You do not want the dating experience to become a contest as to who is the more devout.

Whether with someone of an opposing religious path from your own, or with someone of the same faith, concentrate the focus of your date on learning about the person you are with. It is important to really get to know each other to share commonalities such as humor, or the enjoyment of a certain genre of literature, film, or travel styles.

One thing that all religions have in common is the ideals of goodness and kindness in the path of humanity. If you apply those values to dating and focus on the person you are with, that goodness will be reflected in a fun time and an enjoyable evening.