A man giving his hand to a woman to help her on a stairway is appreciated a lot more
A long-lasting relationship between two people is usually based on love, tenderness, attention and mutual understanding, not on sex alone. It may end rather sadly, if a man continuously commits actions, which a woman considers unforgivable. If you do open a door for a woman to let her go first, if you do not give her your hand when she steps out of the car, she will be rather disappointed with your inattention to her persona. All excuses like “sorry honey, I was in a hurry” are useless in this situation.
According to a recent opinion poll, women react rather strongly to men's inattentive behavior, especially when it goes about their own men – boyfriends or husbands. Ninety-one percent of ladies said they are always delighted, when a man gives woman his hand. A man also enjoys this rule of opening the door for a woman – it is a very good opportunity to take a second and look at her figure from behind. Ninety-five percent of men said they always do it.
The situation with good manners in restaurants is far from being immaculate, especially when it comes to bills. Only 40 percent of men pay for women in restaurants, and only 22 percent of women accept such a sacrifice from their men. Specialists believe men cannot understand how important it is for a woman to feel independent even in such situations as paying bills in restaurants. A man giving his hand to a woman to help her on a stairway is appreciated a lot more.
Women value men's attention as they age, whereas aging men feel more confident when they become financially secure. Forty-two percent of women over 65 said a man should always pay for a woman if he takes her out for a dinner. However, only 39 percent of young men between 17 and 24 years of age agreed it is the sole men's responsibility.
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