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I read a very interesting little booklet, which has a few short compilations of advice from some experienced teachers. It’s called “ A guy’s Guide To Marrying Well”. The other publication is called, “ A Girl’s Guide to marrying well”. Although I have not read the second book yet, the first was quite a good read.
It states that women like to be pursued by men. Men are not expected to be like a damsel in a tower hoping for the right one to come along. He is designed to pursue. Well, may sound a little chauvinistic, but that seem to be the underlying tone in most movies that you see with the exception of a very rare one or two where the woman pursues her male companion.
The art of selecting your partner, is first to identify whom you are interested in and then make the necessary attempts to make your intention known. Nevertheless direct and premature pursuant can result in embarrassment thus its advised to first seek the female’s friends on her thoughts about him. If the advance were not welcomed, then its not sexy for the male to make further moves, as this would only enforce her to be cold. Now the ball is in her court, she can decide if she might consider the person when he has made his intentions clear thus having not obtained the desired response, takes the status quo of friendship.
How would you like your knight in shining armour to be?
Some views would agree that some guys, who pursue against all odds even if the feelings are not mutual, would eventually have its rewards. Not so for a friend of mine who continued pursuing a girl he recently met, although she had made her feelings clear that it was not mutual, he continued his stance. Thus he was frustrated and disappointed cause she was not planning to settle down for the next few years.
I believe all individuals are different in their psychological make up, but what are the common desires among most women? To be pursued, or not ?