One writer once stated that this is a controversial topic, but the fact remains that women by their nurturing nature are more flexible and an easier avenue for bringing change, improvement etc. to any relationship. This ability to bring change to a situation starts from the cradle. A baby is completely vulnerable to its mother and relies mostly on her for its wellbeing. Hence, a woman has a big say in how a human being turns out in life. The same can be extended to mother/son relationships or husband /wife relationships. In these instances, women wield a lot of power but may not realise it.
When dating, it is even more important for women to realise that they hold the key to the success or failure of the relationship. It is usually the woman who accepts to go out on a date in most cases. The guy asks and she has to agree to be taken out and if she declines it never takes off. It is this power to make the decision that women should tap into as the relationship progresses. However, for some reason they lose their grip due to lack of self-control or irrational behaviour and expectations that drives the men away and they end up desperate to keep it together.
It is important for women to keep reminding themselves and refreshing their minds about this power they hold over men and relationships. There are many programs, books and material written about how women can stay afloat and dictate what they want in their relationships. The internet is a good place to start when seeking to gain more insight into how relationships work and what women can do to have a fun, sexy and loving relationship. For example –“Text Your Romance Back” is an intensive program that teaches men and women how to put the spark back into their relationships by using simple text messages.
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Mosline Farawu is a writer of spiritual and intellectual articles with a bias toward women's issues. She lives in Zimbabwe, Africa and is a mother, wife and career woman. She aspires to become a successful coach and counsellor to other women.