Her friends loved her. Life was never boring with Kathy around. Drama followed her wherever she went.
But there was one area of her life Kathy wished was less dramatic:
She’d never had a relationship that lasted more than a few months. She seemed to attract the worst kind of guys: the ones that made her believe she’d found Mr. Dreamy … only to reveal themselves as a toad in prince’s clothing.
Was it just bad luck?
Or was there something Kathy could do to attract the long-lasting, stable relationship she wanted?
I’ve met many women like Kathy, and my advice is always the same:
Leave the drama at the door.
Understand Your Man
Most of us—men and women alike—make a deadly mistake in our relationships. We assume that our partner thinks the same way we do.
But the way men see the world is subtly different to how women see the world. Successful relationships depend on understanding those differences.
One way in which you and your man may be less alike than you think is in how you view drama.
Drama is what keeps you riveted to your favorite television program. The more the plot twists and turns, the more you’re glued to the screen. Romantic relationships provide a rich source of drama. A couple that fights, breaks up, and makes up is more exciting than an unfailingly happy couple.
But drama on TV is one thing. Drama in real life is something quite different.
A life filled with unnecessary drama is the last thing most men want. Life should be fun, easy, and pleasurable. Drama is too much work.
In a man’s ideal world, his relationship is a drama-free zone. He may have to deal with drama all day at work, but he can choose to avoid drama in his personal life. He can choose to be with a woman who relaxes and recharges him, rather than drains him.
Let me show you three ways to impress your man with the warmth and stability you can bring into his life, while leaving the drama out in the cold.