Today we’re putting two folks On Blast. First, an Anonymous posting with: What is the key to making a man happy? Is it in finances, looks, spontaneity, or intimacy (you know) and which acts need to be performed to please and keep a man?
The variables on what makes a man happy are as numerous as what it would take to make everyone reading this (including the women) happy. What’s most important is what makes YOU happy. If your compromises and efforts to make a relationship work are acceptable to you and what you do for your mate/partner make YOU happy you will ultimately find that your partner will be happy. However, if you make compromises that devalue you, disrespect you or make you uncomfortable, they will prove disastrous to your relationship. It is my experience that men (and likely women) value someone who has a positive disposition, shows genuine interest, is honest, shows an acceptable level of class (all relative, of course) and communicates their feelings. Looks, finances, spontaneity and a hot-tamale in bed are all pluses, but none are necessary to maintain a healthy relationship. While some may think that men MUST have a looker or someone who will do those freaky things that keep his eyes bulging, the truth is, most men are happy to have a committed woman who pays attention. In the end, be sure you’re happy. This way, if things don’t pan-out you don’t feel that you were taken advantage of.
Second, Melissa’s On Blast with: Why do some women date single men with 5 or more children (probably by more than one mother), but some single men won't date single women with 5 or more children? The answer is simple. Most single men with five or more children do not live with the children, while women with (any amount) of children usually have custody of their children. This poses a problem for men who do not wish to take the responsibility (and in their view, headache) of someone else’s children. Women are not as likely to encounter a man who has custody of his children and, outside of support payments, are not forced to take on the prospect of interaction with a man’s children.
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