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 “What do women want?”  This is a question that has been asked by many, but, addressed by few.  “What do women really want?”  Some may even be afraid to answer.

Let me answer this question for you.  Women want to be loved, appreciated, accepted, adored, cared for, acknowledged, rewarded, healthy, wealthy, remembered, respected, and paid attention to. 

Women need to feel a sense of freedom that allows them to be whom they are as unique individuals.  Their thoughts, ideals, suggestions, and input should be considered and heard when shared.

“What do women want?”  Economic freedom to live comfortably in a lifestyle that’s suitable for each woman’s individual desire; suitability and comfort all wrap up in a nice stable environment with peace, and harmony, where their finances and self-worth are synchronized together without experiencing a deficit in their natural resources.

“What do women want?” To be remembered on their birthday, anniversary, Valentine’s Day, Sweethearts Day, Mother’s Day, Secretary’s Day, Christmas, and every day.

“What do women want?” An apology when you have wronged her, a raise when she has earned it and a promotion when she qualified for it.

“What do women want?” To be respected when you entreat her, and not mishandled when you see her.

“What do women want?”  A child that will respect her, a husband that won’t reject her, and a Mother-in-law that won’t neglect her.

“What do women want?”  To live in a world that acknowledges her presence, awards her contributions, and celebrates her existence.

Now that we understand each other, let’s help her get what she wants.

    

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