Do you want to learn how to tell a married woman you want her? Having the nerve to tell a married woman you want her takes determination, tact and finesse. This is an area of a relationship that must be dealt with slowly, methodically and with great hesitation. One wrong move can ruin her marriage, your relationship with her and possibly your reputation with other women who witness the endeavor.
- Develop friendship and trust first. These two are the basis to a long lasting relationship. Once these are developed and nurtured, the remaining parts of advancing the friendship will fall into place. Build the trust and be honest. Be her friend first and let her determine how soon and fast the relationship will grow. If she feels in control it'll be easier to advance.
- Don't be pushy or overbearing. Make sure the feelings are mutual. If hesitation is sensed, back off some and talk about it. Always make feelings clear up front. If the feelings aren't reciprocated you may need to reevaluate the developing friendship. Ease into the confession of feelings and watch for her body language indicating shared intentions.
- Give subtle hints and gestures. Make her feel like she's the center of your world. Listen to her and be her shoulder of comfort. Showing your thoughtfulness can make or break her returning the feelings. Send her sweet notes. Tell her how beautiful she looks on a particular day. Send her 'good morning' texts or weekend texts that you're thinking of her.
- Be the hero in her life. When she's feeling down, make her laugh. Women are attracted to humor. Laughter, as they say, is the best medicine.
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