Cupid's Pulse Article: Dating Advice: 3 Things Men Wish You KnewCupid's Pulse Article: Dating Advice: 3 Things Men Wish You Knew

By Gillian Lee

In this week’s Single In Stiletto’s dating advice video, founder and relationship expert Suzanne Oshima talks to Cheyenne Bostock about three things men wish you knew but will never tell you. Watch the video above and read the article below for some good tips in your dating life!

Dating Advice On What Men Wished You Knew!

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1. Men Don’t Like To Date: According to relationship expert Bostock, “If there’s two things that men value, it’s time and their money.” He believes that when it comes to dating, a man thinks it’s a waste of their time and money. When dating, it’s important to see that going out to dinner takes a decent amount of money, especially for several dates. Bostock explains that before the first date, find out as much as you can about the other person so that when you do get to the first date, you’re already invested. When you get to know her before the first date and already feel like you want to date her, then that date won’t feel like a waste of time and money. You will have that feeling that they are “always wanting you around.”

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2. Food Is The Way To a Man’s Heart: Bostock said some men would tell their women this tip, but most women don’t truly understand the gravity of this. For example, if your date is uninterested in going to an event you want to go to, tell him there will be great food and he will change his mind. Also, if a woman wants to talk to a man about something, a good idea would be to bring up food, instead of saying, “We need to talk.” He will be concentrated on the food while you are concentrated on the talk. It’s a win-win!

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3. Affirming a Man: This is the most important love advice out of all of them because it defines the difference between a boyfriend and a husband. Bostock states, “There is nothing more valuable than a man feeling like he’s needed, he’s wanted, he’s valued, he’s appreciated.” There are many terms that you can say on daily a basis that will make him feel wanted such as, “I love you” or “You are important.” Make sure you make your man feel good, because it’ll make him want to stay and love you. Bostock explains that if you aren’t the one affirming him, then there will be someone else out there who will.

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