Are You a Great Girlfriend? Are You Sure?

Being a great girlfriend isn’t about who you are, it’s about how you make him FEEL when he’s with you.

Join me on this important Love U Podcast to see if, in fact, you make your man feel accepted, appreciated and admired.

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  1. 1
    KK

    Excellent podcast. Good information to think about and review more than once.

  2. 2
    Tracy Zwayer

    It was good to hear the questions to ask self about are you doing and saying. I am almost there to accepting him just three things to work more on.

  3. 3
    Dar

    I did all these things for 10 years, helped him through many down times to get him back on track without ever making him feel bad about himself; and he still left me for someone half his age. The one thing I can’t change is getting older. Almost two years later we are friends and he still can’t decide on the “girl”.  I wonder if some men feel less of a man inside and vulnerable when their lady knows ALL of their  weaknesses.

    1. 3.1
      xxxxxx

      You have no idea how right you are. Men need to be able to feel vulnerable to truly love, and I’m sure your ex still loves you. But men need to be admired and feel worshiped if they are to be attracted enough to want sex from you. It is a very very fine line to tread to be best friend and lover

      1. 3.1.1
        Robert

        im curious as to why you think it’s a fine line to tread between being a man’s best friend and his lover. The best relationship I ever had was precisely that. It’s reason for failure was our respective ages, not the actual friendship or sex–which was awesome. It took 20 years, but we are great and fast friends to this day.

  4. 4
    Carolyn

    This was an interesting question.  One possibility that occurred to me is that these are both good people with a good relationship, but they couldn’t successfully partner in stressful situations…something that is critical for a successful long-term relationship.  In a good pairing, you break each other’s fall; in a poor pairing, you spiral downward together.

    1. 4.1
      BellamyTree

      ‘They could’t successfully partner in stressful situations . . . In a good pairing, you break each other’s fall; in a poor pairing, you spiral downward together.’

      Great point, Carolyn. I don’t know if this is the case for the original questioner, but it’s wise advice in general. I’ve just had a promising 6 weeks of dating a lovely man come screeching to a halt because we hit a mutually stressful situation, and we couldn’t resolve it even though we tried. We spiralled downward together because we were, in his words, too similar in how we reacted to the stress, and each probably need someone with slightly different stress-handling skills.  I think he was quite perceptive.

  5. 5
    Andi Panda

    LOL Evan goes all Byron Katie on us

      1. 5.1.1
        Malika

        Byron Katie rocks! A compliment indeed.

  6. 6
    Andi Panda

    Evan, you are also the only other person who seems to share my thoughts on Elizabeth Gilbert’s sanctimonious, manipulative, manufactured-for-profit Eat Pray Love. She lost her credibility at “book at advance.

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