Do you know what your partner, friend, lover, spouse, girlfriend is really saying to you? Let’s face it, hands down…men and women are very distinct creatures and we function completely different. While men have a tendency to be straightforward, and call it like they see it (so to speak) women are often not so simple,… NOT AT ALL! Unlike men, women often uses hints and insinuations to steer you in their direction, and when trying to understand what they really mean, you are sometimes better off reading between the lines. We use our body language to do all the talking for us most of the time, and guess what? It works. Guys this is for all of you who don’t have a woman’s sighs and ‘key’ statements down yet, and you aren’t reading her ‘body language’ here are some tips for you….
The following cheat sheet will help you learn how to really listen to your woman and piece together what she says and what she really means.
This is the word women use to end an argument when they are right. (and they ARE RIGHT!)
2. “Just give me five minutes.”
If she is getting dressed, this means 30 minutes….so back off already and ‘let me get dressed in peace’
3. “Where is our relationship going?”
What she means is that she would like for you to suggest the idea of the two of you to graduating to a more serious and exclusive relationship.
This word ALWAYS means something, and you should ALWAYS be on your toes. Arguments that begin with “Nothing” usually end with “Fine.”
5. “Go ahead.”
This is by no means a woman giving her permission for you to do something, ohhhh no-it’s a dare. Whatever it is, remember you are doing it at your own risk!
6. “Loud sigh.”
This is a non-verbal statement that means she thinks you are an idiot and wonders why she is wasting her time arguing with you about nothing at all.
7. “That’s okay.”
This is one of the most dangerous statements a woman can make to a man. It means she wants to think long and hard before deciding how and when you will pay for your mistake.
8. “A guy was flirting with me.”
She wants you to know that other men are interested in her and that you should appreciate what you have. This is by no means at all a threat to you…it just means that she wants you to know that someone else noticed her.
9. “You know me so well.”
It means that she’s starting to feel the L-word, but she doesn’t want to be the first one to say it.
10. “Don’t Worry About It, I Got It.”
Another very dangerous statement, meaning this is something that a she has asked you to do several times, but is now doing it herself since you’ve neglected it. This will later result in you asking “What’s wrong?”