Here’re 14 Things You Should Never Say To A Woman – Number 3 And Number 1 Can Make Her Run Away From You
For many years now, men and women have been coexisting pretty successfully (for the most part). No matter how much we dream and pray though, the arguments will never fade. Men and women are almost born ready to argue with each other, whether it’s a platonic or romantic relationship. No man likes to argue – neither does any woman. Both parties have their own ways of dealing with things. Men think women get too emotional, and women often think men don’t have enough emotion.
15. “K.”
Texting or talking through email can often get messy. Obviously, readers aren’t able to interpret tone through texts and emails, so things can often be taken the wrong way even if it wasn’t meant to be hurtful or argumentative. One word that will always pluck a string with a woman though, is “K.” “K,” is the last thing you want to send a woman, unless she’s telling you she’s on her way to your house or something. “K” makes it seem like you’re angry, or you’re trying to end the conversation in a rude way. It’s almost always interpreted negatively, so it’s best just to wipe the response from your brain altogether.
14. “It’s up to you”
Men, women want to know that you care. About everything. If you’re going out on a date, or she’s trying to find something to watch on Netflix, she’s going to ask you where you want to go or what you want to watch. Saying “it’s up to you,” gives her the idea that you don’t care which is automatically going to put her into a mood. If you don’t want her to think that you’re just doing something because she wants you to, at least pretend to have a preference when she asks a question. If you want to go above and beyond, try and be the one who makes suggestions or asks for her opinion every now and again.
13. “Wow, you ate a lot”
Here’s the thing: women love food just as much as men do. There’s not one woman out there who isn’t down to devour an entire pizza with you or make a midnight run to Taco Bell. Women don’t always have to be dainty salad eaters who do yoga everyday – women like to EAT. If you’re with a friend, or a significant other, who can put down a ton of food or who always takes a lot of food (even if she doesn’t finish it) don’t draw attention to the fact that she can eat a lot. This is only going to make her feel insecure about what she eats and how much she eats around you. Just keep the thoughts to yourself and you’ll be fine.
12. Anything about other women
No matter how long you’ve been with a girl, talking about or complimenting other women when your girlfriend is around is never okay. You could have a totally down-to-earth girl who claims that she doesn’t get jealous, but at the end of the day, she does (even if she doesn’t show it). Talking about how hot a friend of hers is or visibly checking out another woman in front of your spouse is not going to get you points at all. Not only is this incredibly insensitive, but you’re making it seem as if she’s not enough for you – so just don’t do it. Ever.
11. “Are you wearing makeup?”
Unfortunately, a lot of women are insecure about their natural beauty and tend to cover it up with makeup. Some girls wear a ton, others wear just a little bit; whatever her beauty regimen is, it’s best to either embrace it or just let it be. Most women wear makeup to feel confident around other women – it’s rare that they wear it for men, believe it or not. The worst thing you could say to a girl who spent an hour plus on getting ready is “are you wearing makeup?” Nine times out of ten, she’s going to think you believe she looks ugly or that she looks tired, or that you just don’t notice her looks at all.   

10. “Is that what you’re going to wear?”
Before going out with your girlfriend, even if it’s just to the store, do not ask her “is that what you’re going to wear?” Asking this is pretty much opening the door for her to ask you if she looks bad or if she should change. Covering it up with “oh, no, I was just wondering,” isn’t a get-out-of-jail-free card either. She’s going to wonder why you were inquiring about what she was wearing in the first place, and most likely end up changing and checking with you on everything she tries to wear in the near future.
9. “You take so long to get ready”
Appearance is where a lot of a women’s confidence comes from. Some women can spend a few hours on getting ready – it’s really that serious. If she spends a lot of time on her makeup and her hair, it’s best to just appreciate that you have somebody as beautiful as herself and that she cares about the way she looks. Telling her “you take so long to get ready,” is already something she knows, but it’s going to annoy her after a while. Instead of telling her it took her a long time, tell her that her makeup or hair looks good or that she’s beautiful. It’s not hard to swap the two phrases out and it’ll leave her feeling good   

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