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Are You A Good Girlfriend?

Women would love to think that they are the perfect girlfriend for their guy. But you can’t really go up to your guy and point-blank ask him. After all, what do you think he’s going to say? So without putting him on the spot, exactly what does it take to qualify for that distinction? Maybe more than you might think – or maybe less.

In this quiz, we give you some simple indicators you can use to see if you already fit the bill or if you still have some work to do…

1. Cook for him. The old saying “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach” actually holds a lot of meaning. Men love to eat and they love it even more if it happens to come by way of your capable hands. Anyone can microwave, open up a can or get take-out. But a girlfriend who can cook for her guy and make the food delicious in the process – is very much appreciated.

2. Give him time with his friends. Don’t be a helicopter girlfriend who believes she needs to hover over him all the time. If you want to show your guy how much you care for him, then let him go out with his guy friends without you. Do you really want to score some major points with him? Be the one to suggest it.

3. Don’t smother him. Guys love to have their girlfriends around but there are still times when they also need their space. If you come off as all “Fatal Attraction” with him then he is going to be frantically running for the door.

Smothering is really a sign of your insecurity and is at the root of smothering. It can be produced by jealousy, fear, and anxiety, and it’s one of the surest ways of driving your guy away.You have to not only give him his space from time to time but also be willing to do so without feeling as if you had to be pressured into doing it. Respect him enough to give him some breathing room and he’ll appreciate you more when you are together.

4. Do you appreciate what he does for you? It’s no secret that guys are harder books to open than women. So, if he makes the effort to open up to you and actually, dare we suggest it – “talk” to you, then make a point to tell him just how much you appreciate the fact he is willing to do that. If you do, he’s much more likely to do it again.

For nearly 25 years Beverleigh Piepers has searched for and found the principles to help you find the happiness you are looking for in an intimate relationship…

The solution is not in the endless volumes of information you find across the internet, or the advice your friends give… it’s in yourself; the thoughts that make you who you are.

Article Source by Beverleigh H Piepers

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