For women, understanding a man might need more than just experience. So today we are going to show you some facts about men. We’ve got some surprising love facts that will help you understand their mindset better than ever before. Hope you enjoy them.
1. Guys are attracted only by the physical appearances of a girl at first sight.
It isn’t always about a perfect ten body. It could be a girl’s cute smile, the way she flicks her hair or even they way she stares at him from across the room that draws him to her.
2. Guys aren’t always vocal about feelings.
Guys love their girlfriends even if they don’t say it often. Guys aren’t always vocal about feelings. But your boyfriend may feel more comfortable letting you know he loves you through his actions than his words.
3. When a guy is not arguing, He realizes he’s wrong.
No matter the situation, he wants to see you smile once again and have things move forward. When he is not arguing, he realizes he’s wrong. So when he says he’s sorry, thank him and accept his apology. Nothing good can come from saying, “No, you’re not!” or “You don’t mean it!”
4. Men are NOT mind readers.
Men aren’t very good mind readers. In fact, they often have difficulty just figuring out what women mean with the words they speak. They can’t anticipate your needs and desires. Tell them what you want. Some women do not express themselves honestly and openly. Therefore, men and women almost always suffer from communication breakdowns in relationships.
5. Men forget everything; women remember everything.
Think your guy knows everything about you? Sorry to break it to you, but he doesn’t. Well… Some guys can’t remember super important details. While women remember every nice thing guys do or say in the same way they remember every pitiless thing.
6. If a guy tells you he loves you once in a lifetime. He does.
Guys who say they love you and treat you with love. There is no doubt that they love you. He is a keeper. You are at the forefront of his mind and he maintains contact in between the times you see each other. He considers you when making decisions and is considerate about doing things you want to do. When speaking, he uses “we” instead of “I”, and includes you in his future plans.