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5 things you’re doing everyday that women hate

Want to know the sure-fire ways to put her off you?

Ever wondered why she instantly snaps at you, why she’s suddenly lost interest or why you’re suddenly experiencing that all-to-familiar feeling of knowing she’s about to end things? Read on…

Not living in the moment

Sure, you might physically in the room but if you’re mind is elsewhere, it’s going to annoy her. Not being mentally present during an important conversation is something that annoys every single woman on the planet – and for good reason. It shows lack of care, immaturity and all around self-centred behaviour. Don’t be that guy.

Being too keen

Contrary to what you might think, men can be just as clingy – if not more so – than women. And trust us, there’s nothing more unattractive than a clingy guy who’s seeking attention all day everyday. Don’t be him. Instead, give her a fair distance and she’ll want to pay you attention on her own grounds, in her own time.

Constantly being inconsistent

An incredibly frustrating fundamental character trait that a lot of men, unfortunately, have, is the inability to make up their minds about what they want and as a result, be increasingly inconsistent with their plans. Decide what you want and stick to it, it’s as simple as that.

The incapability to understand her needs

You don’t have to read her mind, but you if you want to be in a relationship that lasts, you need to understand her needs and – shock horror – occasionally put them first. If she’s in a bad place, needs consoling and you don’t understand her reasoning, you need to try and be as sympathetic as possible – there’s no easier way to push her away than to tell her that the way she feels is ridiculous…

Having no idea how to treat women

Sure, you might not have been in a relationship before, but why does that matter anymore? If you’re in a relationship now, you can now longer use the excuse of ‘not knowing how a relationship works.’ You now need to understand what it means to be in a relationship, to understand her needs and how to read her properly.

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