The #1 Thing A Woman Needs to Be Happy In a Relationship

If you were going to spend the rest of your life with a man what is the #1 thing you must have in order for you to be happy?

Is it financial security? Shared Goals? Chemistry? Sexual Compatibility?

These things are important but without this #1 thing you’ll never be truly happy in a relationship.

Want to know what it is? If so, I invite you to watch this video now

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After watching today’s vblog I invite you to share any observations, questions or comments below!

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7 thoughts on “The #1 Thing A Woman Needs to Be Happy In a Relationship

  1. BEE says:

    What I would like you to elaborate on, is THE WAYS a guy behaves when you are just a convenience or you´re an object for him. When we stay with guys like that, it is because we miss these behaviours. Please give examples.

  2. Ninah says:

    Take your time to get to know these guys!

    I dated this one guy for a year. He seemed to pay attention to me, but loved to talk about himself. We seemed like the perfect couple, and though he didn’t put me down in public, he kept putting me in the backseat of a conversation by taking over the conversation. We finally went on a vacation together. What a nightmare! So watch if you’re constantly pushed aside and how he treats you around people. Big lesson!

  3. Jasmine says:

    I don’t feel safe when a guy tries to convince me to have sex with him when I told him I am not ready. It shows me he is all about what he wants.

    I also don’t feel safe when he keeps talking about his ex.

    I don’t feel safe when a guy stops responding to me in a timely manner. For example, he used to respond to my texts within the hour, then, as time goes by, he doesn’t respond for a day or two. This is a clue that he is not making me a priority any more.

  4. Dawn says:

    My ex allowed his family to openly put me down, say hurtful things to me, & wouldn’t even stand up for our children. You made me realize that this not only made me feel unimportant but unsafe. That was a huge reason why we split up I saw the red flag years before I ended the marriage but didn’t realize what I was looking at was unsafe Behavior. They don’t ever change.

    • Dawn
      What did you learn from your experience with your ex and how can you use it to have a healthy and fulfilling relationship?

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