4 Things You Should Never Say to Your Woman

4 Things You Should Never Say to Your Woman

Are you noticing that your girlfriend or wife is less open with you or communicates less frequently than she may have in the beginning of your relationship? Is she the chatterbox type that is starting to shut down around you? Guys, you may be wondering why that special someone in your life is acting this way. Believe it or not, it could be something as simple as what you said to her. Here are just a few things that you should always steer clear of when talking to your significant other.

Things You Should Never Say to Your Woman

1. “How was it?” – Closeness is important and plays a big part in a healthy relationship. With that said, we’re not always going to be the best at the craft of love making. Guys should stay away from asking a woman prior to !ntimacy about whether it was good or not because she may not be completely honest with her response in fear of hurting her man’s feelings. Instead, keep it simple and tell her how much you enjoyed it. Let her open up to you on her terms.

2. “You are overreacting!” – The last thing you would ever want to do as a guy is to discount a woman’s feelings. We already know that guys are hardwired differently than woman and usually it’s women who are more emotionally founded. When you go as far as telling them this which essentially tells them either their feelings don’t matter or they shouldn’t feel the way that they do, it’s only going to make matters worse. Instead, ask her if she can help you understand her feelings and if there is anything that you can do to help her feel better.

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