Its Actually Ok To Trust Men

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4 Ways to Build Trust with Men

Suzanne Muller
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Let’s look at how we can build trust again because it’s a key element to having a fulfilling relationship that lasts.

1. Be honest and upfront from the get-go.

If you’re not absolutely honest about what you want, then why should he be honest about what he wants?

2. Ask important and direct questions early on.

Gather information about what does and does not work for you. More importantly, listen to (and believe) his answer.

He will tell you what you need to know, but are you really listening?

For example, you could ask: What kind of a communicator are you? Are you interested in playing the field, dating, a relationship or being married? Do you want children?

“It’s easy to trust

men if you do the work.”

3. Be cautiously smart.

Don’t give your heart too fast.

 4. If you sleep with a man before commitment…

Do so without attachment. Sleep with him to “try out the goods” or because you just want to have sex with him.

Don’t expect anything in return (phone call, email, another date) and definitely don’t sleep with him as a way of getting a commitment.

The minute a client of mine started to not be afraid and asked good questions, she was able to understand more about him and fell in love in a week! Now they are planning their future together and are crazy happy.

As you can see, by changing and incorporating just a few things, men will find you sexier and someone to be reckoned with as a great partner.

Trust is a big deal and it’s easy to build the muscle to trust men if you’re willing to do the work on you. It’s a two-way street and a lot of fun.

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