Fortunately, women have more control over their love lives than they once did—you can no longer hand her dad a cow and call it a day—but we still have a long way to go.
Many societal forces still condition women to behave passively, and in matters of modern romance, plenty of women defer to the man’s lead.
Questions like: SEE ALSO: True Love Doesn't "Wait" Anymore The easy answer to the above questions would be to write more and more articles to the men telling them to give more, to ask more, to get healthier, to become stronger, to be godlier…and on and on and on.
How can someone be grieving someone who is still alive and what the heck is ambiguous grief??? This is one of those topics where if you have been there, you get it and if you haven’t, you don’t. Before we dive in, if you clicked on this post because you feel like you are grieving someone with a terminal illness who has not yet died, there is another WYG article you should read before you read this article.
A male character may lisp, and have an interest in fashion and musicals.
He may be unusually fastidious in dress and grooming.
Q: How long should a woman “wait” for him to step up and ask her out before she gives up on him and moves on?
A: Welcome to post #2 of this 10-part Dating Q&A Series.
Because here’s the thing, gents: You could monitor her pupil dilation, body temperature, vocal octave, and hair-flips with scientific rigor, but the fact is: the only way to know if a woman likes you is by communicating with her directly. Yes, but far more effective than analyzing the direction her feet are pointing when you’re seated at a restaurant. And if you still want a list of cues she might drop if she’s interested in you, we’ve collected stories from real, live women about how they communicate interest to men.