Top Ten Female Turn Ons

Written by Marisa Pellegrino

When it comes to sexual turn ons, men and women are very different. It is not a myth that women are attracted to a man who is comfortable with his emotions. It is also true that many women are onrepparttar hunt for an attractive man who knows how to treat a lady right! The following is a list ofrepparttar 150525 top ten female turn ons gathered from hours spent listening to women tell it like it is.

1. A man who can make you feel like a woman For many women, respect isrepparttar 150526 number one thing that they look for in a man. Not only is it a prerequisite, it is also a big turn on! A man who respects a woman and appreciates her for who she is hasrepparttar 150527 power to make her weak inrepparttar 150528 knees.

2. A man who is not afraid to take charge Women like strength and not just physical strength. Women like to think that their man can take charge of any situation. Giving a woman a feeling of protection is endearing as well as arousing.

3. A man who can be dominated All relationships involve a power dynamic. A man can be strong with his woman, but must also be able to surrender some of that power. A woman likes to take control sometimes and feels sexy when a man is ready and willing to respond to all her demands.

4. A man with a sensitive side Contrary to popular belief, women are not looking for a man who wants to talk about his emotions constantly. Sensitivity is a good thing but more important is to be emotionally well-balanced. One ofrepparttar 150529 biggest female turn ons is having a man who is not afraid to show his emotions.

5. A man who can hold his own A man who is unable to take care of himself turns women off! Being self-sufficient reassures a woman that she will not have to handle everything in a relationship. Men who are overly dependent are perceived as weak and that is not an attractive quality!

More Than a Negative...

Written by Terry Dashner

More than a Negative

Terry Dashner…………….Faith Fellowship Church PO Box 1586 Broken Arrow, OK 74013

Author and speaker Robert Hastings writes, “In his commentary on Matthew, William Barclay says, ‘A man’s life must not only be sterilized from evil; it must be fructified to good.’

“Virtue is not a vacuum. Man is good not merely by refraining from evil, but by embracing what is good.

“Who is a wealthy man? One with no debt? Hardly. He could be debt free, yet penniless. Wealth is accumulated capital.

“Who is a healthy person? One with no illness, no contagious disease, no infections? Not necessarily. Healthiness includes an abundance of physical and mental strength, not justrepparttar absence of disease.

“Who is an educated person? One who has an open mind, with no prejudices, no superstitions? Not necessarily so. His mind could be empty as well as open.

“Who is popular? A person with no enemies? Not necessarily. You could have no enemies, and still have no friends.

“Likewise, a good man is not necessarily a man without sin. Virtue is something you do. As one lady testified, ‘The Lord saved me from a rocking chair.’”

Does your belief system have you in a “rocking chair?” Are you sitting in your comfort zone, watching others touch lives forrepparttar 150496 Lord Jesus Christ? May I ask you this: Doesn’trepparttar 150497 Bible tell us, in so many words, that it is better to wear out than to rust out? I believe it isrepparttar 150498 book of James inrepparttar 150499 New Testament that says, “Faith without works is dead, being alone.”

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