Top 5 Things Men Wish Women Knew About Them!

Dating Advice for Women: Find out the top 5 things men wish women knew about them, from a male dating coach.

Suzanne Oshima, Matchmaker & Dating Coach at Dream Bachelor & Bachelorette & the Founder of Single in Stilettos ( interviews Tripp, Dating Coach for Men.

Tripp gives dating advice for women, on what men want from women.

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  1. Today I asked for help, there were lot of guys in the class and a guy I was crushing on for 6 months, was very rude and sarcastic, so I noticed that classmates wanted to help one girl who was like J. Alba, like very chic and had perfect facial features and me, I'm someone could say I'm 5, I think I'm beautiful, but to others, if I'm not standard beauty then I'm ugly, so nobody likes to help me just because I'm not that perfect looking girl. Sad, if you're women, and an "ugly" one, then everyone will be punching you in your life. So so desperate.

  2. This really helps me, now I understand why I been arguing with one of my guy friends a lot. Now I understand why he complains about me being so emotional. Makes a lot of sense, THANK YOU for giving this advice! So, men are more "logic" than females. Some of these advises can help me get an ex back, hm. 

  3. Thx for translating! Also, on that note, a follow up video emphasizing how to ask (for his help, how to ask questions, give complements, etc.) would be very helpful because I think we many times women are doing all that's suggested in this video (everyone knows females are relation driven, after all) but somehow the intent gets lost in translation. And I know for me personally, when that happens, I'm at a loss.


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