Picture this: It's six o'clock on a Tuesday evening. You have homework to do, a paper to write, and a meeting in a half an hour. Is your mind on your work? Of course not! Your mind's on your man, where it always is after being away from him for 2 days.
You're feeling lonely, and that's normal. Women like attention from their men. Just a fact. You want so badly for him to ask you to come over, to go out to dinner, to go on a walk, to cuddle, to do anything, but are you telling him that? No. You're "subtle hint-ing" at it. Well, you have to be as subtle as a 12-guage in order to get a man's attention, so that won't work, and you'll most likely end up alone, eating ramen noodles by yourself and crying into your coffee. (Yes, I've been a little emotional lately)
Newsflash, it doesn't have to be like that. You could have avoided your solitary state of sadness just by saying, "I want to see you tonight," or even better, "Do you wanna come over after my meeting? I'll make Salmon." And he wants to see you too, so he says yes.
There. Problem Solved in ten seconds.
Why do women sit around and wait for their men to invite them over, when they've given no hint that's what they want. Make your relationship a two-way street, and invite him over. Women in new relationships will exude confidence to their men, while women in long-term relationships will show theirs they care. Either way, if he doesn't come over, it does not mean he hates you (promise!), it means that he's just busy, or working, or something.
If your date idea falls through, rain check! It'll give you something to look forward to, and him too. Then, you won't be waiting around any longer and your mind will be at ease.
Maybe it isn't about "waiting around for a man." Even if you have one,
that doesn't mean you have to wait around for him. Make your
relationship into a two-way street, especially now that the Valentine's
day flair has died. Even more of a reason to spice things up!
Keep it Classy. Keep it Country,
Gretta Patrick <3