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WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS



Every woman wants a man who respects her for her values, virtues and ethics.
She wants a man who is proud of her strong character and her unique personality.
A man who can support her unconditionally and stay connected to her soulfully.
A woman who loves you truly will never ask you to buy her expensive gifts or take her to expensive places.
She won’t ask for diamonds, rubies or a promise to bring her a world of luxuries. She just wants your love, care and attention.
She wants you to spend a lot of quality time with her and appreciate her for all that she does for you out of love and affection.
Every woman is unique in her own way and she wants to be the most appealing woman in her man’s life.
A woman’s heart is so full of love for the man of her life that she just gives it freely even for the little he does for her.
She doesn’t want commitments and promises she just wanted to be loved to the core.

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