Gary Neuman, family counselor and author of “Connect to Love,” who, based on his research, gave us some insights on what women want.
The vast majority of women in happy relationships get 30 minutes of uninterrupted time with their husbands each day.
Twenty-four percent of women who claim to be in unhappy relationships spend fewer than five minutes a day with their spouses.
” Uninterrupted time means time spent without i Phones and Blackberrys — a conversation with nothing else on.
Appreciation: Nowadays, women take care of the children and make salaries, and they tend to be very underappreciated.
Women should be expressive of what makes them feel appreciated, saying, “These are the kinds of things I like …
x, y and z.” Men should listen, and women should tune in when their husbands are appreciative.
And, if you’re a guy, do you give them what they want? A nice greeting, then one or two questions about me that he would have come up with from reading my information, indicating an interest in my personality and that he’s not carpet-bombing every girl he sees.
Evan Maybe I’m a minority here, but the only thing I really want from an email from a guy on a dating site is an indication that he has read my profile.
There is no magical formula that will get me to write someone back.
Likely before I even read the email I will check out the profile to make sure that the superficial stuff is there (I’m a tall girl, height is the first thing I look at).
If the guy is a definite no, I probably won’t even read his email.