Why Men Love Bitches - 5 Rules Every Woman Should Know

"Why Men Love Bitches" is no ordinary dating book.

After sitting down with a bottle of wine and reading this book cover-to-cover, it became apparent that this book was not just any book - it was the bible and holy grail that I wish I had came across earlier.  Here are 5 key strategies that I learned from this book.

1) Overcompensation and being too eager will take you from dream girl to doormat.

If you are into a guy and want him to treat you with respect, don't play the nice girl all the time. Girls who make themselves available 24/7 for a guy will push them away. Have a life still. Go out with girlfriends, take time for yourself, keep grinding with work. Instinctively, guys are hunters, so give them the chase of their lives. Men are so used to meeting women that obviously want to be in a committed relationships, that if you show them you don't need them, not only will they treat you better but they will appreciate the time you do give them more.

2) Sassy is sexy!

Guys love a girl with an attitude even if they say that they don't. Being able to banter and give a little sass back shows him that you can hold your own and won't take sh*t from him. Not only will it make you seem more self-confident but it will show him that you can stand on your own two feet.

3) If you have self worth you will never settle

It is true! You let people treat you the way you view yourself. If you don't love yourself, work on that before getting into a relationship or it can destroy. As Sherry Argov stated in the book - "Most women are starving to receive something from a man that they need to give themselves." 

4) Less is more

Expressing your feelings when you feel taken for granted never works. Men are very skilled at tuning women out when they "nag." When you feel like you're being taken for granted, the best thing to do is back away.  If you want to feel respected in a relationship, show them what they could lose. 

5) If you want to be treated well you have to encourage it

If you want to know how others treat you, the best starting place is to look at how you treat others. And if you don't like how you're treated, there's only one course of action - to change your own behaviour, because you can't change anyone else's. Relationships function like a mirror - eventually that change will reflect back onto how you are treated. When you like someone, we all know that at the end of the day if you don't feel like your partner appreciates a nice gesture you did for them, it feels like a waste. That is why, even when someone does something for you, whether big or small, you should always show appreciation. 

xoxo,
Martinique

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