I was taught to be broken.
To be flawed.
I was taught to be shackled to the pain.
To stay in my place.
I learned that’s ok to be free.
I learned to spread my wings.
To glide through the sky.
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Chivelry – is it dead? We say it is. Can’t we bring it back?
I’m all for women having equality in a relationship, but when it comes to dating there is a fine line between ‘giving into a man’, ‘being equal partners’, and ‘taking care of each other’s needs.’ I see nothing wrong with a man holding the door open for a women, a man standing near the road to protect a woman and for him to take the lead in planning dates.
Let’s look at these more closely.
Men: Hold the Door Open for Your Woman! Show her she’s valued and appreciated. That nobody can take her place, because you are here to take care of her…and let’s be honest, treat her like a queen in public and she will likely treat you like a king in private. 😉
Have a Woman Stand on the Inside While You Walk Closer to ‘Danger’. Let’s be real that it is unlikely that the car is going to jump the curb and hit you both walking down the street, but your job is to protect her. So, show her!
Plan the Date. Yes, women are great and planning activities and finding frugal ways to execute them. But that little extra effort that you put in by finding an awesome, new activity or calling ahead and setting a reservation will go a loooong way. I promise. Women find this impressive! You thought about her and you did something to show you care. We love it.
“Hey, how are you?”, seems simple enough, right? But take a moment to think about those words. In some scenarios, these words are a friendly exchange mumbled between two strangers who have made eye contact and continue on with their lives. Sometimes, this is an opening line for two strangers to begin a conversation. While other times this is a greeting between two friends who haven’t spoken in a few days.
While this simple phrase has various intentions behind it – what’s the intention when it comes to online dating?
Wait. Let’s take it a step further. If a female were sitting at the bar and a man came up offering a “hello, my name is Jack, how are you this evening?”, I think most women would be floored by a man taking the lead, with a genuine opening to a conversation. He would be polite and confident – which is a huge contrast from the typical approach of most men at a bar.
Now, back to online dating. When the conversation starts with a “hi, how are you” or even worse, “hi, hru” – the conversation is already at a stalemate. Where does a potential conversation go from here?
M: Hi, how are you?
F: I’m fine. How are you?
Can we be so bold as to open a conversation with a genuine connection rather than the two strangers passing by in a supermarket?