5 Things Men Hate about Women

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Ask any man what he loves his chosen one for. Hardly anyone will answer that it is her size four breast. No matter how trivial it may sound, but they love women for the good character, for the sense of humor, for the similarity of interests, and more often – for the very particular feature that distinguishes a woman and allows the man to feel special with her.

5 kinds of girls men hate.

Now, let us try to understand what girls men are repelled by. There are several types of women that men find very difficult to get along with.

Woman-Boss

A successful and strong-willed woman, who is so independent and ambitious that men are often scared of her. She is too militant, and the potential chosen man has the impression that he starts a business relationship rather than a romantic one.

Dull Beggar

It is very difficult to carry her away with something, she spends little energy and rarely has her own opinion towards anything. It is difficult for a man to find anything in such a girl.
Just-a-Friend

She behaves in the company of men as if she were at home, her femininity gets lost among football, beer and dubious jokes. Some men would hate their girlfriend or wife behaving like this.

Princess, or Paris Hilton

She has very high demands, she loves luxury, flowers, and diamonds without restraining her desires. Not everyone can manage to keep up with such a woman. The Princess will immediately appreciate the watches, the clothes, the man’s car and will produce an impression of a superficial unnatural woman.

Obsessed Woman

This girl tests the man at once to check his suitability for the relationship and family life. She tries to lure the guy, seems to be too emotionally dependent and frightens the man with a prospect of a speedy marriage.

What Do Men Dislike in You?

Insensitive “spikes”, meticulous “naggers”, restless “crybabies”. To understand what can make a man reject you, you need to stay in his pair of shoes and assess the situation with a sober mind. Watch for yourself and try to avoid “sharp corners” in communication with what could potentially be “the one”.

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