How to Understand Women Better


Want better relationships with women? Then seek to understand her better.

If you’re able to understand women, you won’t have a problem trying to attract, getting into a relationship, and keeping that relationship with any woman on the planet.

That may sound too amazing, but that’s what I believe.

But to understand women, you must first understand yourself. And use that understanding of yourself to understand women.

Why women seem complicated

Almost all women want and need the same thing from a biological and evolutionary perspective.

Yet, you have to appreciate that each woman is unique in their own way.

They may have many things in common with other women, but each woman is an individual.

Trying to understand one based on the behavior of many is like diving in a knee-deep pool from the roof of a three-story building–that’s not going to end well.

Not understanding women in their own way is the reason why most men think they’re complicated and confusing no matter how they try to understand them.

Well, I’m here to tell you that you shouldn’t give up.

Women are not completely unfathomable.

Here I’ll give you some tips to help you be aware of and understand women a bit better.

And before you continue to think that women are just men in dresses, be aware that you will not understand them the way you understand your male friends.

Men and women are different not just biologically and socially but also in other ways.

So you can’t expect them to be just like us.

So how do you start to understand women?

The best way to learn about her

Knowing what they want in general is one thing, but individually, if you want to understand women, all you have to do is… listen.

Listening will tell you a lot about her. So don’t just wait for her turn to peak.

So when you talk with her, ask her about her life, her experiences, and her thoughts.

Then really listen!

Here’s what it means to actually listen:

Don’t just listen to what she has to say, pay attention to her and the things she chooses to speak about.

You have to give her your full attention: Make eye contact, give her some signs that you’re actually listening, and let her know that you understand.

Remember to pay attention to her body language. Why? Simply because…

Actions really speak louder than words!

She may say one thing, but if her body language doesn’t agree with what she’s telling you with her words, you have to dig deeper to really understand her.

Most of the time, women communicate from a feeling. They can be vague and indirect as well.

Trust her actions more than her words.

Although sometimes she means what she says when she says, “Leave me alone!” and walks off, if you observe closely, you might see a hidden little smile when you follow her.

This does not only apply when she has something important to say.

If you want to understand who she is rather than what she wants you to believe, observe her actions.

You have to observe how she is in the natural world. How she acts when she’s around you and how she reacts when you do something. How she is with her friends and family.

It may seem like a lot of work, but if you truly wish to understand women you’ll do it.

Talk to a lot of women every day, get their opinions, and enjoy their company.

Asking questions will help you a ton if you’re having trouble comprehending women.

There’s no replacement for being around women if you want to understand them.

What women want isn’t that complicated.

Women want you to listen, or make an attempt to understand.

To sum up

The best way to understand women is to get to know them as individuals. Talk to them, listen to them, and learn from them.

The more you know about women, the better you will be able to build strong relationships with them.


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