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And don’t you hate it (’cause we all do) when men seem to clam up, and withdraw, giving us the “silent treatment” or worse – disappear for a while?
Why do they DO that That’s right – that thing the man in your life (or the guy you like) does or says to you that feels so awful likely has nothing to do with you.
It’s just him being “a guy.” And that thing you say or do that makes him super annoyed/upset/shut down/angry/fill-in-the-blank toward you is just you being a “woman.” You know, like talking too much about your problems (because it makes you feel so close to him – but makes him want to crawl under a rock), asking him to share his inner-most thoughts, wanting to plan a future together while he seems focused on the moment. Women are now graduating from college, law school, and medical school at a higher rate than men. It means, for many of us, we can no longer expect to “marry up” by finding a nice guy who is “older, richer, smarter, taller…” than we are.
For example, using the same playful and confident tone, with a slight mischievous grin, asking, “So what are your weaknesses when it comes to women?
” “How would your last girlfriend describe you to her friends?
One of the questions that Christian Carter addresses in his Catch Him and Keep him e Book is how to have a conversation with a man in a way to promote attraction, especially when you first meet.