It seems like this advice should go without saying but dating coach @madison decides to share it anyways. She says she thinks like a man, and that she shares their secrets to help women understand them better.
This one thing that will give them the "ick" seems obvious, but if a dating coach is sharing it, it must not be obvious to everyone. It's pretty good advice. Her caption reads, "No nagging, no paragraphs my friends."
So, what do you think? It seems pretty straightforward to us! Men don't like to be told what to do. If you tell them to call you more or text you more, it becomes an obligation and they're not going to want to do it. She also says that if they wanted to call you, they would. Seems legit.
Not everybody liked this advice. @D koa Dragana says, "Basically instead of clearly expressing your feelings just pretend everything is fine and expect him to know how you need to be treated... excellent advice." @Krystal shares, "Ladies please get with someone that will respect your needs and wouldn’t see it as an “obligation” to talk to you. He’s meant to." @Stephanie had a good point when she added, "Most PEOPLE don’t like being told what to do. Not just men." @izzy isn't messing around with this advice, "Nah i don’t mess with that. I’m gonna healthy communicate what I want, and if your not gonna meet my standards there is the door." Well said!
@Pemba liked this advice and said, "Yes this is the definition of not chasing" to which Madison replied, "Yes ma'am." @jacma11 laughs, "I guess I think like a man too!" @nani asks, "So how are we supposed to communicate?" Valid point! But our favorite comment made us laugh. @Chad Alan asked, "What the hell is a high value dating coach?" @Jas' response was funny, "Repackaged internalized misogyny." We guess dating coaches aren't for everyone!
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