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Think about it...how would you feel if you were telling her about an important event in your life and she interrupts with, "I saw cutest dress today that would match my new shoes just perfectly." How would you feel? You'd probably be taken aback and think she couldn't care less about what you were saying to her. It wouldn't make you feel very important to her, would it? Of course it wouldn't.
Mutual respect is listening to one another and caring about one another's thoughts, feelings, wants, and needs. It's taking into consideration feelings of other person as well as your own feelings, particularly when making decisions that affect both of you. It's just that simple.
There is nothing so frustrating to a woman than when she is pouring out her heart and soul to you only to realize you haven't been listening at all. Whenever a woman begins a conversation with, "We need to talk" or "I want to talk to you"...it's time to tune out everything else going on in your brain and listen to every word she says. Those two phrases are an indication she's about to say something important and you need to pay attention.
Learning to listen is a big part of communication. The ability to communicate is a very important part of every relationship and that skill will serve you well in many aspects of life. Mastering art of communication is vital to your relationships with women.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Deborah Willis is the author of ATTRACT WOMEN -- The Average Man's Guide to Attracting, Dating, Loving, and Maintaining Relationships with Women. For more advice on relationship skills visit http://moonshadowmarketing.com/attractwomen.htm This article may be freely reprinted as long as the article resource is left intact and there is a live link to the author's web site.