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13 Qualities A Woman Has That Make You Love Her Forever

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13 Qualities A Woman Has That Make You Love Her Forever

Many articles & blogs are written women and their complicated mind. But, this one is all about those qualities of a Woman which make a Man love her. It has always been such a mind boggling task for a man to woo the lady of his dreams. It is always good to see the positive changes in him because of her entry in his life. Be it a Marriage function or any party occasion, it has added colors because of the presence of women. They flaunt, they laugh and they keep you wondering!!

NOTE : Here “you” refers to the Men Folk who aspire to find their lady love or who have already found the one.

A world without women isn’t possible. They either rule the house or allow you to rule, but they are responsible for all the happiness, family ties, traditions and rituals present in your home. For sure, you can buy a house but she brings in her charm and makes it a home. You are lucky if you have got the right life partner because it ensures you will have an encouraging support system. Being from Venus, a Woman has these 11 qualities that make you love her forever :

1. She has the ability to give a direction to your “ego”

You may have been an aggressive angry young boy before she came into your life, but after she arrived, you have become an ambitious man who knows what he wants from life and has a defined life purpose. She has helped you to realize your potential because she has pumped up your “Male Ego”, constructively. She is the one who gives you a reason to have faith in yourself.

2. She loves you with all her heart

Yes, if she loves you, she does that with all her heart. There wont be any confusion. Either she loves or she doesn’t. But, she needs her own time before she commits for a relationship. The way she does the little things for you, the way she is always there beside you, the way she argues with you over your wrong habits and the way she never forgets to show her love for you: She is the special person, your lady love and deserves your love too.

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    3. Your place in her life is intact

    She may go to office and meet men every day. She may go to school and many students might adore her. She may be in a Marketing Team and many new men are meeting her daily. She may be going to a market or a mall and men are staring at her. But, she is unaffected by all this. What matters the most to her is what you think of her, how you feel about her and what she means to you. Your place is untouched and intact in her life. You are safe in her heart.

    4. She is passionate and driven

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      Sending your kids to school, packing up your lunch, taking care of the home and buying the groceries, besides her own work. Even if she goes to an office every day, she does housekeeping on Sundays, while you make a Holiday. She has a driving force which makes your home. While managing the daily routine, you will find, she takes time out for gardening, reading, cooking something new or anything which she is passionate about.

      5. She feels shy at times with you

      Yes, that smile of hers says it all. Even after years of relationship, there are times when she feels shy like a sixteen year old girl. That moment is to be treasured because it is for you and with you. If you want to see her feeling shy, just drop a sweet note for her (maybe the same words with which you proposed to her) and watch her silently: her stunning smile will sing the saga for you.

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      6. She knows herself and celebrates her craziness

      She is firm with her values and believe system. She is organized yet, at times she is crazy. She may dance like MJ or sing like an opera singer or may cook while mimicking one of your aunt’s but she is your lady – filled with many crazy ideas which make you love her.

      7. She cares for your family

      Her day begins with thinking about what to make for the breakfast. She is there to take care of your parents and kids. She leaves her own family and settles in your house to take care of everyone. She provides that emotional and mental strength that each member of the family needs. Her care is the backbone on which a beautiful nest called “home” is built.

      8. She develops an interest in Sports for you

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        She may leave her shopping trip or her vacation with her Gals Gang, just to spend a few hours of Live Sports Watch with you. She may not know much about your favorite sport but will learn about the same, just for you. If she can do this, you too can leave your video games and learn about something that matters to her.

        9. She gives you the “space” you need

        Before being your Lady Love, she is your best friend and understands you well. She trusts you. She doesn’t doubt you. She accepts that you must be busy, that is why you didn’t answer her call. She knows that while you’re at work, you prefer to stay focused. She understands that one weekend now and then belongs to your friends. She gives you the space and trust, to speak the truth about your past relationships. Don’t you feel lucky to have her?

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        10. She compromises to build a home

        Compromises come from both persons in a relationship, however she is the first one to initiate one. It is she who changes her home and morning habits to live with you. It is she who accepts to start showing the love and concern to her own parents, through phone and video calls. She agrees to come along with you and build a new life. She compromises a few hours of sleep, so that you can reach the office earlier than usual. She compromises the dearly awaited weekend date just because you plan a sudden road trip with your friends.

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          11. She never forgets important days

          Yes, this is who she is. You may forget her birthday or your own Anniversary, still she doesn’t say that you don’t love her anymore. On the other hand, she makes each birthday of yours a special surprise. She makes you forget about the girlfriend who always needed proofs to justify your love. She is your girl and believes in you and your ways to express love. Not only this, she also makes you call your own parents/siblings on their birthdays and anniversaries.

          12. She is sensitive, yet strong

          She is a 21st century woman. She has protected and preserved her sensitive nature beneath layers of strength. She cares and nurtures the family, acts as a support system when needed but still she cries at times. You are the only man in front of whom she can reveal her emotional side, otherwise she has build walls around her to keep going in the outer world. She needs you to gain her own strength when she is too sensitive to take care of a problem by herself.

          13. She loves shopping for the family

          Shopping is something that most women love. They use shopping as a refreshment and entertainment activity. But, your lady may do all her shopping for you and your family members. She may be in the habit of doing a market analysis and than buy the best item in the most economical pricing. Off course, it is her love for shopping and for her family, both, but the bargaining and analysis that she does, makes her even more charming for you!

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          To end up, this article I will use words which every woman can feel:

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            She doesn’t need wishes and hugs with praises and flowers only on International Women Day or on her birthday or anniversary, but needs your time, acknowledgement and smiles daily. She needs a strong relationship to be the woman of your dreams.

            Cheers to the men who read this thinking of her!!

            Kudos to the women who read this to realize why they are special!

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            How to Overcome the Fear of Public Speaking (A Step-by-Step Guide)

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            How to Overcome the Fear of Public Speaking (A Step-by-Step Guide)

            You’re standing behind the curtain, just about to make your way on stage to face the many faces half-shrouded in darkness in front of you. As you move towards the spotlight, your body starts to feel heavier with each step. A familiar thump echoes throughout your body – your heartbeat has gone off the charts.

            Don’t worry, you’re not the only one with glossophobia(also known as speech anxiety or the fear of speaking to large crowds). Sometimes, the anxiety happens long before you even stand on stage.

            Your body’s defence mechanism responds by causing a part of your brain to release adrenaline into your blood – the same chemical that gets released as if you were being chased by a lion.

            Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you overcome your fear of public speaking:

            1. Prepare yourself mentally and physically

            According to experts, we’re built to display anxiety and to recognize it in others. If your body and mind are anxious, your audience will notice. Hence, it’s important to prepare yourself before the big show so that you arrive on stage confident, collected and ready.

            “Your outside world is a reflection of your inside world. What goes on in the inside, shows on the outside.” – Bob Proctor

            Exercising lightly before a presentation helps get your blood circulating and sends oxygen to the brain. Mental exercises, on the other hand, can help calm the mind and nerves. Here are some useful ways to calm your racing heart when you start to feel the butterflies in your stomach:

            Warming up

            If you’re nervous, chances are your body will feel the same way. Your body gets tense, your muscles feel tight or you’re breaking in cold sweat. The audience will notice you are nervous.

            If you observe that this is exactly what is happening to you minutes before a speech, do a couple of stretches to loosen and relax your body. It’s better to warm up before every speech as it helps to increase the functional potential of the body as a whole. Not only that, it increases muscle efficiency, improves reaction time and your movements.

            Here are some exercises to loosen up your body before show time:

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            1. Neck and shoulder rolls – This helps relieve upper body muscle tension and pressure as the rolls focus on rotating the head and shoulders, loosening the muscle. Stress and anxiety can make us rigid within this area which can make you feel agitated, especially when standing.
            2. Arm stretches – We often use this part of our muscles during a speech or presentation through our hand gestures and movements. Stretching these muscles can reduce arm fatigue, loosen you up and improve your body language range.
            3. Waist twists – Place your hands on your hips and rotate your waist in a circular motion. This exercise focuses on loosening the abdominal and lower back regions which is essential as it can cause discomfort and pain, further amplifying any anxieties you may experience.

            Stay hydrated

            Ever felt parched seconds before speaking? And then coming up on stage sounding raspy and scratchy in front of the audience? This happens because the adrenaline from stage fright causes your mouth to feel dried out.

            To prevent all that, it’s essential we stay adequately hydrated before a speech. A sip of water will do the trick. However, do drink in moderation so that you won’t need to go to the bathroom constantly.

            Try to avoid sugary beverages and caffeine, since it’s a diuretic – meaning you’ll feel thirstier. It will also amplify your anxiety which prevents you from speaking smoothly.

            Meditate

            Meditation is well-known as a powerful tool to calm the mind. ABC’s Dan Harris, co-anchor of Nightline and Good Morning America weekend and author of the book titled10% Happier , recommends that meditation can help individuals to feel significantly calmer, faster.

            Meditation is like a workout for your mind. It gives you the strength and focus to filter out the negativity and distractions with words of encouragement, confidence and strength.

            Mindfulness meditation, in particular, is a popular method to calm yourself before going up on the big stage. The practice involves sitting comfortably, focusing on your breathing and then bringing your mind’s attention to the present without drifting into concerns about the past or future – which likely includes floundering on stage.

            Here’s a nice example of guided meditation before public speaking:

            2. Focus on your goal

            One thing people with a fear of public speaking have in common is focusing too much on themselves and the possibility of failure.

            Do I look funny? What if I can’t remember what to say? Do I look stupid? Will people listen to me? Does anyone care about what I’m talking about?’

            Instead of thinking this way, shift your attention to your one true purpose – contributing something of value to your audience.

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            Decide on the progress you’d like your audience to make after your presentation. Notice their movements and expressions to adapt your speech to ensure that they are having a good time to leave the room as better people.

            If your own focus isn’t beneficial and what it should be when you’re speaking, then shift it to what does. This is also key to establishing trust during your presentation as the audience can clearly see that you have their interests at heart.[1]

            3. Convert negativity to positivity

            There are two sides constantly battling inside of us – one is filled with strength and courage while the other is doubt and insecurities. Which one will you feed?

            ‘What if I mess up this speech? What if I’m not funny enough? What if I forget what to say?’

            It’s no wonder why many of us are uncomfortable giving a presentation. All we do is bring ourselves down before we got a chance to prove ourselves. This is also known as a self-fulfilling prophecy – a belief that comes true because we are acting as if it already is. If you think you’re incompetent, then it will eventually become true.

            Motivational coaches tout that positive mantras and affirmations tend to boost your confidents for the moments that matter most. Say to yourself: “I’ll ace this speech and I can do it!”

            Take advantage of your adrenaline rush to encourage positive outcome rather than thinking of the negative ‘what ifs’.

            Here’s a video of Psychologist Kelly McGonigal who encourages her audience to turn stress into something positive as well as provide methods on how to cope with it:

            4. Understand your content

            Knowing your content at your fingertips helps reduce your anxiety because there is one less thing to worry about. One way to get there is to practice numerous times before your actual speech.

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            However, memorizing your script word-for-word is not encouraged. You can end up freezing should you forget something. You’ll also risk sounding unnatural and less approachable.

            “No amount of reading or memorizing will make you successful in life. It is the understanding and the application of wise thought that counts.” – Bob Proctor

            Many people unconsciously make the mistake of reading from their slides or memorizing their script word-for-word without understanding their content – a definite way to stress themselves out.

            Understanding your speech flow and content makes it easier for you to convert ideas and concepts into your own words which you can then clearly explain to others in a conversational manner. Designing your slides to include text prompts is also an easy hack to ensure you get to quickly recall your flow when your mind goes blank.[2]

            One way to understand is to memorize the over-arching concepts or ideas in your pitch. It helps you speak more naturally and let your personality shine through. It’s almost like taking your audience on a journey with a few key milestones.

            5. Practice makes perfect

            Like most people, many of us are not naturally attuned to public speaking. Rarely do individuals walk up to a large audience and present flawlessly without any research and preparation.

            In fact, some of the top presenters make it look easy during showtime because they have spent countless hours behind-the-scenes in deep practice. Even great speakers like the late John F. Kennedy would spend months preparing his speech beforehand.

            Public speaking, like any other skill, requires practice – whether it be practicing your speech countless of times in front of a mirror or making notes. As the saying goes, practice makes perfect!

            6. Be authentic

            There’s nothing wrong with feeling stressed before going up to speak in front of an audience.

            Many people fear public speaking because they fear others will judge them for showing their true, vulnerable self. However, vulnerability can sometimes help you come across as more authentic and relatable as a speaker.

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            Drop the pretence of trying to act or speak like someone else and you’ll find that it’s worth the risk. You become more genuine, flexible and spontaneous, which makes it easier to handle unpredictable situations – whether it’s getting tough questions from the crowd or experiencing an unexpected technical difficulty.

            To find out your authentic style of speaking is easy. Just pick a topic or issue you are passionate about and discuss this like you normally would with a close family or friend. It is like having a conversation with someone in a personal one-to-one setting. A great way to do this on stage is to select a random audience member(with a hopefully calming face) and speak to a single person at a time during your speech. You’ll find that it’s easier trying to connect to one person at a time than a whole room.

            With that said, being comfortable enough to be yourself in front of others may take a little time and some experience, depending how comfortable you are with being yourself in front of others. But once you embrace it, stage fright will not be as intimidating as you initially thought.

            Presenters like Barack Obama are a prime example of a genuine and passionate speaker:

            7. Post speech evaluation

            Last but not the least, if you’ve done public speaking and have been scarred from a bad experience, try seeing it as a lesson learned to improve yourself as a speaker.

            Don’t beat yourself up after a presentation

            We are the hardest on ourselves and it’s good to be. But when you finish delivering your speech or presentation, give yourself some recognition and a pat on the back.

            You managed to finish whatever you had to do and did not give up. You did not let your fears and insecurities get to you. Take a little more pride in your work and believe in yourself.

            Improve your next speech

            As mentioned before, practice does make perfect. If you want to improve your public speaking skills, try asking someone to film you during a speech or presentation. Afterwards, watch and observe what you can do to improve yourself next time.

            Here are some questions you can ask yourself after every speech:

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            • How did I do?
            • Are there any areas for improvement?
            • Did I sound or look stressed?
            • Did I stumble on my words? Why?
            • Was I saying “um” too often?
            • How was the flow of the speech?

            Write everything you observed down and keep practicing and improving. In time, you’ll be able to better manage your fears of public speaking and appear more confident when it counts.

            If you want even more tips about public speaking or delivering a great presentation, check out these articles too:

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