6 Kinds Of Compliments Men Would Love To Hear More Often

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Jordan Gray says that, for men, not all compliments are created equally. Start with these six styles.

A Teaspoon of Expletives Helps the Compliment Go Down

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Sometimes it takes a few swear words and threat of bodily harm from a good friend to allow gratitude in.

Can’t Take A Compliment?

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“Sincere compliments cost nothing and can accomplish so much. In ANY relationship, they are the applause that refreshes.”
―Steve Goodier

“I find chemistry to be a bigger definer of attraction…than what society has told me I should like in a man.”

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This comment by Erin on the post 3 Reasons Why Women Don’t Know They Are Beautiful

A Look Inside her Mind: 5 Things Women Want you to Know

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Orin Hahn shows why the best way to know what a woman wants is simply to ask her.

But She Wants It

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Veronica Grace believes that some compliments are not kind, even if the person seems to want them.

“I went into a Walgreens to buy something (can’t remember what now) and the girl at the counter said, ‘I love that sweater you’re wearing.'”

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This comment was by Drood on the post “Five Important Things Women Don’t Know About Men”.

OPEN THREAD: Do Men Get Enough Compliments?

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Do men get taken for granted when it comes to receiving compliments?

How One Person Can Improve a Relationship

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Communication skills anyone can learn to put the love back into their relationship.

Five Important Things Women Don’t Know About Men

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It’s true, men are complicated and confusing. Noah Brand clears up five common misconceptions.

Ignore the Movies: ‘Romantic’ Gestures Are Creepy

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Contrary to what the movies say, women don’t want romance—at least not straight away.

“As a Western cultural norm, whistling at someone is disrespectful, period.”

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These are comments by Archy, Mori and Salvice on the post “Working-Class Beasts and Rape Culture”.

“There are no moustache twirling villains. Pretty much everyone believes that what they’re doing is ok.”

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These are comments by Saoili and The_L on the post “How Not to Hit on People”.