ANSWERS: 100
  • I lose interest in a woman if she is too shallow or illogical.
  • I lose interest if she is too demanding of me. That gets scary, like she's chasing a commodity. Friendly is good, and a little bit naughty is better, but controlling is never a good thing. I can also tell when manipulation is underway, and that could be a big red flag, depending on which direction she appears to be taking it.
  • i chase 'em away when i become demanding/bitchy and than start nagging all the time. usually, it is because i am unhappy, but w/e. also, when women purposely mention other men in an attempt to make their man jealous [manipulation], that tends to be not only obvious, but unattractive.
  • Watch the movie How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days it'll give you lots of great ideas :]
  • she loses interest in sex
  • Of my two major relationships, one was three and a half years long, and the other was a year and a half long. The main difference between the two: The variation of emotions on her part. The first girl was consistently happy and in a good mood, with the uncommon day of moodiness or being unhappy. The second girl was EXTREMELY up and down. I mean a matter of hours. One hour she would be fun, affection, sexual, naughty, and then the next hour, quite literally, she would behave like a psychotic bitch and push me away. Just keep your emotions in check, and don't try to be manipulative.
  • Well, being a senior female person, and having an incredibly successful, phenomenally romantic and active sexual life (yes, even over 60's still 'do it') relationship and marriage of 25 years ... In my view, many of my 'sisters' have been 'trained' by society to 'think' they should control everything. (There is genetic, procreative science about why, but that isn't my offering here.) And, let's not forget that men appear to have this 'need' too. Obviously, for both genders, but specifically in intimate relationships, this kind of intimate conduct is incredibly unproductive and harmful to maintaining the sustenance of 'love,' let alone promoting a continuing 'interest!' It is not our 'right' to control anyone, but ourselves = No need for any manipulation or mind games, as each individual takes this personal task as demonstrating the best of their own Peak Performance and successful-outcome potentials! When this isn't demonstrated (by either): what an actual waste of not only valuable intimate time, but its degrading to ourselves and unfortunately, them! (And both sides wonder why there is a loss of interest?) No, 'he should of ...' No, 'if only's ...' No, 'when is she gonna ...' No, 'how come he didn't ...' No, '... but what about me's?!!' Okay, let's assume for a minute what is offered above, the 'no controlling behavior' from either side, leaves each of the individuals in a relationship to consider not only 'What do I want to get?' but equally important, 'Am I willing to give what I want to get?' For example, if a woman 'wants more romance ...' it seems natural, logical and even personally emotionally reasonable, the only way to 'get it' is to 'give it.' Let's cooperate, agreeing this applies to both genders. First: sex IS a man's way of SHOWING romance!!! No ifs ands or buts about this. Period. In intimate relationships, having sex IS HIS WAY of saying, 'Oh baby ... how I love you, our home, our kids, our marriage!' It would seem to me most women do not understand that this is HIS 'way' of 'bringing home 'a bouquet of roses,' and 'a box of candy' and even 'helping around the house and with the kids!' Let's face it, if any of us feels we are 'satisfied,' we are more than willing to yield to the loved ones in our lives. This is a kind of proactive cooperation! See, as she GIVES attention to HIS romantic endeavors, with acknowledgment and reciprocal credit, she -- oh my -- starts viewing OTHER romantic behaviors FROM him. 'Sometimes' having sex for sex sake, as it were, is a 'quickie' love moment at its best and a tension reliever too! Please! ... I am not at all implying that sex is a cure and end all, especially since this could easily become its own 'controlling' issue! (You'd be missing my point if you read into this from that angle!!) And, let none of us forget that 'sex' is not just innie-outtie ... 'stuff!,' although in of itself it is a demonstration of mutual caring. Its first and foremost an act of love and affection! By genuinely demonstrating daily affection, SENSING each other, as if for the very first time, is like being on that first date. Remember how tingly that felt in the pit of your stomach? (And don't say: 'Yeah, that was before the kids arrived!' ... I'm exhausted!') I had two little ones, 25 years ago, when I first met beloved ... what we 'managed to do' was set OUR romance above all, even if that meant between changing diapers and going to get groceries while the clothes were in the dryer! There is a celebration in the fact that REAL love takes concrete personal and individual effort! It's not that altruistic either: if you give it, you get it! No kidding! If he, say, 'Isn't paying attention to me!' the most loving method to allow him to 'pay attention to you' is by paying MORE attention to him!!! Men, as it were, are 'easy' in this way. (My husband says, 'We're cheap and easy! HA!) No need for even attempting to control 'how HE should,' because it is you who is the initiator of all good things for both of you. (And vs. versa!) The point of the question is on why/how/ what [makes one] 'lose interest?' Wasn't there some famous person who said, 'The answer is usually found in the question?' So, I would assume then that the answer-within-the-question is TO CREATE interest! I remember years ago, sitting around with a bunch of my married gal-pals: Each was asking, 'What would you change about your husband if you could?' As everyone took a turn, sharing what they thought was 'wrong' with their man, I actually marveled at how very myopic their was their thinking. When it came to be my turn, I answered: 'There is nothing -- not one thing -- I would change about my lover [husband]. Even if I could - though its not my job nor my right to do so -- if I change even one thing about him, he wouldn't be the man I fell in love with, the man I married.' They kept pushing with, 'Yeah? But ...' and 'What about ......' In my view, there is one universal truth: You Cannot Change Just One Thing! For in that shift, all sorts of other changes and elements are influenced as a result of 'changing just this one thing.' This is called, 'The Butterfly Effect.' For me, I DIDN'T consciously hook up with my guy for what he does, but for WHO he is! All the rest, circumstantially, comes and goes ... none of THAT is important to me! It would seem to me, 'losing interest' means first and foremost, an individual has lost interest in themselves! Like I said, if I want 'more' romance and caring from him ... more attention to the house and kids ... I first have to demonstrate the love that I hold for these valuable personal assets called 'my family.' And what arrives from my effort? Oh, only immeasurable, profound rewards in return! Want 'more interest?' BE an interesting and INTERESTED person. Want more joy? Be that. Give that. What more love? Be that. Give that. Want more sex-as-romance? Be that. Give that. One last, As I/we do, each and every day, please ask this question of yourself (NOT of him/her) Am I the person I would want to marry?
  • If she lifts the quilt on a hot summer night with a botty burp.
  • Usually when he becomes bored with the relationship or if he has found someone else.
  • Excessive jealousy
  • Usually it's one of several things: - The chick nags him / b*tches at him all the time - The chick gets all possessive/stalkerish/clingy - The chick is always busy - THe chick doesn't put out enough - The chick starts to not keep herself looking nice anymore - The chick gets pregnant - Any other reason not listed above.
  • Another woman!
  • She turns out to be a lesbian she tells u in highschool her nickname was loose goose she tells you you remind her of her father she is a weed head(smokes more then a chimmney) she has a penis she thinks fendi is a car she tells you you remind her of her mother she has bigger hands then you she knows the starting line-up of the yankees she tells you in highschool her nickname was tunafish she has hair on her legs she tells you you remind her of her cat she tells you that she was on flavor of love
  • If she stops making him feel the way he did when they fell in love. I'm not saying that it was her fault. I was referring to it from his perspective as to why HE lost interest. What I've seen is when a man doesn't feel the same way about her because he's not getting that same feeling anymore like she made him feel before. It may not be her fault, it could be he has changed, but from his perspective, she doesn't do it anymore for him.
  • Her interest in another man would do it. Also if he doesn't feel important enough to be in her schedule interest may wane.
  • other women
  • Turns out she doesn't do a proper job wipeing her own ass.
  • Other Women because men sometimes find other women attractive.
  • When she is too controlling, possessive, & acts like an idiot.
  • When he thinks he knows all that there is to know about her. A little mystery keeps a man interested.
  • poor hygiene
  • Their going to shoot me for this one. But I'll say..Nag,nag,nag.........?.?.?.
  • when she blame him for 10minutes. when she never makes love to him. when she just go for D**k not the nipple first. when she talk about that other guy. when she act like she can get any man.
  • evrything still could turn him on , except if she shows uninterest in him, off off offfffffff
  • Lot of things. Fear of commitment, for example. Evey guy is brought by his own nature to date a girl, but when she begins speaking of marriage (and I'm don't saying is a bad thing, I'm not putting the blame on the woman, just talking about what some males think, 'cause I know it) the first instinct is an hastly retreat that has the whole array of symptoms of a loss of interest. Then there's boredom: a man likes a woman at first glance, every day tries to discover something new, and nice, about there, until they have got nothing new to say, nothing new to do, everything falls into routine and the man sails off for new undiscovered lands where no man has boldly gone before. Speaking on "love at first sight" there's the crude impact with the real thing: most men in this room have experienced the most disheartening experience of asking out a pretty girl, only to discover she's as hot as... well, if not bitchy at least a vain wood-headed bimbo. And it's not fault of the gal, she's just the way she is, only, the man in question pictured in his mind a perfect angel and found a wooden doll. Then there's the "control" thing. Men love to keep control on everything, if they feel their mate is trying to "change" them somehow, they feel threatened. Then there's the perceived "lack of interest": men too love being flattered. Only, they're less able to express something about. When they feel the girl in question is spending fewer time with them, they start to search someone able to give them the unconditioned love that they started think at as an undeniable right.
  • i believe that some men lose interest if a woman goes off sex but you have to think why shes gone off sex it may be that she doesnt feel comfortable enough or confident, sometimes womens moods change as you all no and its hard to get out of those moods,also if men go looking for other women then thats the wrong way to go about it,if you like the woman but for some reason you've lost interest but want it to work then it would be a good idea to have a good conversation, and find out why she does things that annoy you or make you lose interest, the woman may not no shes doing it so shes going to continue, but if she knew things could be different.i believe on the jealousy front that men and women can be too possesive and jealous and i certainly agree that its not good to have that in a relationship,but again you need to think why that person has those issues she/he may only know what its like to be cheated on, and is so scared that every relationship will be that way so they go on and on and tell you that you better not do it and be very insecure ect, to the point that makes you want to cheat because your being accused of it all the time but its a good idea to ask what you could do to make them realise you love them and only have eyes for them if thats how you feel. i no us women are hard to live with at times but were equal in many ways, believe it or not. men have certain habits that cause us to get frustrated and even lose interest too, and vice versa but from some of the reasons ive read from men and how they lose interest, have shocked me and made me laugh e. g she loses interest in sex. i mean sex is not everything and if that is all some men are interested then thats shallow. there are plenty of women out there who are up for just sex so the person that made that comment hasd obviously been finding the wrong women. in a relationship i do think sex is important but its not the be all and end all,there are many other pleasurable things to do in a relationship other than having sex.
  • i believe that some men lose interest if a woman goes off sex but you have to think why shes gone off sex it may be that she doesnt feel comfortable enough or confident, sometimes womens moods change as you all no and its hard to get out of those moods,also if men go looking for other women then thats the wrong way to go about it,if you like the woman but for some reason you've lost interest but want it to work then it would be a good idea to have a good conversation, and find out why she does things that annoy you or make you lose interest, the woman may not no shes doing it so shes going to continue, but if she knew things could be different.i believe on the jealousy front that men and women can be too possesive and jealous and i certainly agree that its not good to have that in a relationship,but again you need to think why that person has those issues she/he may only know what its like to be cheated on, and is so scared that every relationship will be that way so they go on and on and tell you that you better not do it and be very insecure ect, to the point that makes you want to cheat because your being accused of it all the time but its a good idea to ask what you could do to make them realise you love them and only have eyes for them if thats how you feel. i no us women are hard to live with at times but were equal in many ways, believe it or not. men have certain habits that cause us to get frustrated and even lose interest too, and vice versa but from some of the reasons ive read from men and how they lose interest, have shocked me and made me laugh e. g she loses interest in sex. i mean sex is not everything and if that is all some men are interested then thats shallow. there are plenty of women out there who are up for just sex so the person that made that comment hasd obviously been finding the wrong women. in a relationship i do think sex is important but its not the be all and end all,there are many other pleasurable things to do in a relationship other than having sex.
  • In my humble opinion a man may become disinterested if you begin neglecting yourself - your looks, your health, your vitality, and your mind which can easily happen when you're overwhelmed with responsibility and short on time. Then there is sex. Sex is one of the most fundamental things in a relationship that makes a man feel loved, he doesn't want sex all the time because he's a jerk, he wants it to feel loved and appreciated. What men often do not understand is the emotional or mental energy women are driven to invest in sex, so when she's exhausted or stressed sex can begin to cause some real resentment. But I think as women we are the main provider of nurture in our families and we would not dream of withholding those things our children need to feel loved yet we do so to ourselves and our mates. A spirit of cooperation rather than making accusations can help both of you to understand and problem solve together. The other really big issue for men, I think, is respect. If you blow off his ideas, roll your eyes at his suggestions and give orders and never show appreciation he is going to either be miserable and/or he will be suseptable to someone who admires his ideas and values his opinions. For me, maybe not for anyone else, once I left feminist politics out of my relationship and listened to what felt right to me and my partner we were both so much happier and it felt so much more right. Men and women are different in their ways of perceiving and acting and it has nothing to do with being right or wrong or equal or unequal. Your question deserves an answer much more thorough than what I can provide and I tried to stay away from what a man might need to do to make a woman feel it's worth her while to keep him interested. Hope I didn't offend anyone, including the guys since I'm not a guy.
  • Relationships are like Slotmachines, you rarely win the jackpot if you only occasionaly feed the slot with one coin. Losing interest in your partner is usually due to boredom and lack of commitment - it requires effort to feed the slotmachine all the time.
  • alot of men have done great things for the human race but behind each man has a great woman behind him and im not saying its your fault but you might be slacking in some thing that you used to do, matbe lack of sex or not the same as before, not the same amount of attention or affection like you used to show, think of some thing that you might of changed bout yourself without knowing.
  • So many answers, and it does all seem to point to sex (not to devaluate that answer at all.) It's an important part of a lasting, loving relationship. But to pose another question: As a woman, where do you draw the line between that and coming across as slutty? While that may draw some men, it's usually not going to be the ones you want to build a lasting relationship with. While this is not a problem in a marriage, what about in a dating relationship? Where do you draw the line, or what other things can you do to keep him interested? Especially if say, there are moral reasons to abstain, or if it's a long distance relationship, or other circumstances where sex can't be the answer? What kinds of things can a woman say to her man to respect him, flatter him, excite him, etc., without appearing patronizing or slutty? What types of things or actions can a woman do to make her man feel like a man?
  • A man loses interest in a woman, when everything seems monotonous. Change it up a little, find some new perfume, get some new clothes, change your hair. Make him feel sexy, tell him all the things he's doing to do. Show him you care about him, but enough so that he'll come begging to you. Go back to the first day you met him and play your song. Set the fire and just simply be romantic. Leave him love notes, play with his hair and use your curves to their advantage. First you have to feel sexy again, then show him how sexy you are. Rub his back etc...you get the idea. Hurry up.
  • When he feels like she doesn't care about him anymore, and that he's not special to her anymore.
  • Sometimes a man is only in it for the chase, and once the woman shows an interest back it's game over.
  • Just like any other investment. Failure of either party to make regular deposits into the love account will lead to a marked lack of interest.
  • She becomes ugly. She gets old. She starts to become a boring good Girl. She stops being bisexual & enjoying all aspects of Kinky sex. She starts to think she has rights. She starts to nag. She wants money or starts asking to be taken out. She wants you to like her Friends. She starts to get jelouse. She wants you to like her Family. She does not like going sunbathing. She stops bringing you nice young Women to fuck. She becomes a bible basher. She starts to think you give a shit about her opinion. She thinks She is intelligent. She wants to take you to Church or other mega boring events ZZZZZZZZZZ. She does not want to be your slave whore.
  • He's already spread his seed in her.
  • when she stops baby-ing him
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  • Antidepressants.
  • The most irritating thing is when she tries to become The Man. we like women to be STLC (Soft, Tender, Loving, Care). when that is not there, we lose interest.
  • apparently poor attitudes, and depression
  • I think that men are always trying to upgrade. They want the newest car, the biggest house, and the hottest/youngest girl they can get. So they loose interest because even though they already have something great, they want something better.
  • Bitchiness. Sp? I found that the more bitchy I am, the less interested my old man is.
  • I lost interest in my fiance when I caught her cheating on me!
  • when she is too controler, cold in bed, too many clothes to sleep, fat, talk too much, many complaints, ask too much money
  • A man looses interest in a woman when she thinks sex is monotonous
  • When the woman stops or doesnt even try to start wearing stockings and suspenders, and lingerie.
  • Realizing that he is not going to live forever!
  • Her attitude about the relationship changes, he becomes nothing more then a piece of furniture. She doesn't enjoy sex with him anymore, all she does is complain. It makes life not very fun and the cause is clear. The man moves on.
  • I think a man will lose interest in a woman if she loses interest in herself. With this I mean if she doesnt love herself and care for herself anymore. If she starts to neglect herself, lose her motivation, and dont care about the relationship anymore.
  • Usually it's the woman that makes the man lose interest in the woman. The reasons are broad and varied, but what used to make me lose interest the quickest was when she would stop trying to "win my love." Complacency in a relationship can be very unattractive.
  • "Nagging" would be my top reason for losing interest in a woman.
  • WHEN SHE CHANGES. BOTH HER BODY AND PERSONALITY ARE DIFFERENT FROM WHEN HE MET HER
  • Why do most these answers deal with sex? If a man loses interest in a women because there is no more sex, or the sex is the great, then the relationship itself is only a relationship based on sex. For me, a man loses interest in a woman when the woman has changed her ways of who she use to be to that of the man she is with.
  • Sagging boobs, a backside like a freight train that's been shot up in an armed robbery, and a gut that rolls over her pubic line. Then it's time to get the hell out - if she does not respect herself, how can anyone else respect her? And the same goes for men too - especially the sagging boobs bit!
  • Well from a womans point of view i think that a man can lose interest in a woman for several reasons. It all depends on what the guy is looking for in a relationship and what his preferences are. Women that have gained weight,do not wear makeup anymore,not interested in sex anymore,dont really care what they look like anymore,low self esteam,boring personality,poor health and diet,lack of excercise and lack of commitment,immature,no responsibility. I could go on and on but those are some of the reasons that my sister and her husband went through and now they are divorced. But for reasons in general i think that men lose interest in a woman if they are no longer a "chase" and if they dont play hard to get that makes them lose interest even more. There are many other reasons why men lose interest in women but it all comes down to if they really love each other and all of those things i mentioned above should have nothing to do with a person if you love them.
  • one word? flirting if you can keep the easy flirting going on in a relationship, you will never lose his interest another? jealousy you get slapped mentaly and emotionaly enough times you want out i could go into an hours long spiel, but this would be the gist. want a third? confidence a woman who can kiss her mans socks off, and tell him to get the hell out and go play, will almost always get him back
  • They are not in order of importance.... 1.Constant questioning 2.Constant messages and calls 3.Letting herself go physicaly 4.Her family 5.Not fitting in with his family and friends
  • When their to clingy and have to have all of his attention 24/7
  • CAUSE MEN 2DAY IS ALL ABOUT GOING FROM ONE CHICK TO THE NEXT...AND THE AMOUNT OF WOMEN IS IMPORTANT TO THEM
  • thats easy the bitching and not wanting sex anymore with ya.she just wants to do a women all the time . so men can do the same. find another reason to not like them.
  • There are as many answers to that as there are women in poor relationships. This whole "blame the woman" trend is ridiculous. It is a relationship (two way street) issue.
  • There's only one answer if the guy is hetrosexual, it's another woman.
  • cause they look at whats on the outside they should look at whats in the heart
  • not keeping herself busy - maybe ALWAYS having time to see him wouldn't be fun for they guy - not enough chasing and desire going on? doesn't give him time to himself - or the same for herself Just think back to the beginning of the relationship: Keeping the thrills, the sexiness, the excitement, the love & good conversations in your relationship will surely keep him from losing interest ;)
  • I stopped having sex with my mate about 3 or 4 years ago because she bacame pretty much bed-bound due to a bad back from being overweight her whole life. At first it was from fear of hurting her. As time went by all sexual feelings for her are gone. I honestly don't know how much longer I can live with her.
  • being too needy You have to give a man his space. It's fun to spend time with a man but we all need me time. Respect that don't take it personal if he really likes you he'll come back to you time and time again.
  • She nags all of the time She whines, moans, or bitches all of the time Always has her hand out for money, never giving anything back in return Never cleans house, leaving dirty dishes in the sink, and piles of trash all over the place Never does his laundry Dosent feed his children or him for that matter Dosent take care of herself, or her appearance Dosent take an interest in his interests- (darts, riding motorcycles, ect.) Dosent keep a job, or care about responsibilities Dosent have sex with him and keeps the kids in the bed with her every night, keeping him from sleeping in his own bed Dosent allow him to spend time with his friends, (which he does need by the way) The list goes on and on !
  • over-availability.
  • when she doesnt want to give it up.
  • When you don't know someone well it is like a secret you are trying to find the answer to. It seems so big and interesting. After you learn the answer (become familiar with that person/woman) the secret is gone and it isn't interesting anymore. Now you must move on to the next secret (next woman). Etcetera, etcetera...
  • Her losing interest in him.
  • Because they like their semen better
  • When he becomes successful (typically thanks to much help from the woman in his life) and his ego gets bigger due to his new money and status. At that point, he tends to have the misconception that the women who tell him nice things and feed his ego actually would be there if he were still the struggling man that his (now uninteresting) wife married. (Yes, I spent nearly two decades helping bring my husband from barely breaking minimum wage to a nice six figure income, and now he's telling me I'm "Boring and Stifling" - so I know a little about this.)
  • When he becomes successful (typically thanks to much help from the woman in his life) and his ego gets bigger due to his new money and status. At that point, he tends to have the misconception that the women who tell him nice things and feed his ego actually would be there if he were still the struggling man that his (now uninteresting) wife married. (Yes, I spent nearly two decades helping bring my husband from barely breaking minimum wage to a nice six figure income, and now he's telling me I'm "Boring and Stifling" - so I know a little about this.)
  • I believe that routine and habit can lead to both losing interest in each other; not just the man. I think that a little unpredictability in any relationship between a man and a woman is healthy for them both. For both. New clothes; news hairstyle; or just doing something together can help keep the interest up. Sometimes, being away from one another can actually hold off the onset of lost of interest. Doing things that are interest of only to both individuals and not as a group can sometimes also keep things interesting especially if the other is curious and wants to hear what the other was doing. In short; don't stop exploring each or the world around you and perhaps that will keep up interest in the both of you.
  • Sunday night Football. That is so pathetic.
  • She doesn't know if I'm in yet!
  • Well said. I gave you a point! :D
  • Well said. I gave you a point!
  • i want my lady to remind me that she loves me. i want her respect most of all. you don't have to agree with me or tell me im the greatest. simply remind me occassionally that you respect me and what i "try" to do for you. we all can't earn millions or do the dishes like you want us too, but trying to help or trying to provide the best way we can, is sometimes all we can do. we crave respect more then love. if you respect me, i will love you more.
  • I think it depends on the individuals involved. What makes one man stay can be what drives another man away (example: nagging to one man can be annoying, and another man may see it as evidence that the woman cares enough to nag, and to another man, nagging may be just what he needs to motivate him to overcome his laziness). Now, assuming we are talkng about a mature adult male who is relatively emotionally healthy and maybe even stable, what makes a man or ANYone lose interest is not expressing dissatisfaction. If either the man or the woman is dissatisfied about something in the relationship and does not do anything about, but instead just lets it go on and gets more and more fed up with it, each person will sense this growing resentment and it will eventually make both people cold and ready to move on. My boyfriend told me once "What men want is very simple: feed me, sleep with me, and know when to be quiet." So they don't really get fed up easily. And guys generally (with exceptions of course) don't like emotional confrontation. They'll deal with a lot to avoid an arguement, which makes it harder for women, because now we have to guess at what pisses them off, because by the time they actually TELL us what pisses them off, it's often to late. We often know what pisses our guy off, though, we just can't help ourselves sometimes, we keep doing whatever it is, usually to passive-agressively get back at them for doing whatever it is they do that pisses US off. And when it backfires and the "lose interest in us" because we couldn't just say "Hey, I really resent you for watching tv while I cook your dinner for you, would you at least peel a potato for me or even just sit in the kitchen and talk to me while I cook," we retaliate by finding things to nag about and reasons to deny him sex and then we wonder why he isn't interested anymore and what drove him away. Sorry for the lengthy answer, but I never know when to shut up (fortunately, my boyfriend and I talk about our problems, so he tells me when it's time to be quiet - politlely of course)
  • Her loss of interest in him.
  • A woman that talks too much.
  • Drink usually
  • What makes me lose interest and the initial love is the constant talking down to, and constant provincial speaking. I once dated this girl friend for a very short period of time, beacause she started finding every thing wrong with every one. she was beautiful by a long shot and all of a sudden she was callling down people who went to college, then the instructor so I put an end to it. I told her life was to short for her to be talking so old. I told her maybe there was a lesson in this short relationship. She was young enough to see the error of her outlook on life. Like hell if thats the way you see things best give up now,start over may be the sky will be blue again for her. The lesson was not to get old before your time
  • When woman get so much domination and dont give space to a man that a man start losing interest in her....
  • Number one for me is when a woman starts to think that 2 + 2 equals whatever the Hell she wants it to (in other words, she starts to throw all logic out the window just because she needs to be right about everything). Nothing on this Earth is worth being with a woman like that.
  • Few different factors, depending on how superficial they are. -Sex isn't great (can't deny it) -Woman doesn't keep things exciting or spice things up (men crave mystery and excitement and women who don't deliver are slowly let go.) -When a woman begins to know TOO much about a man and is too involved in their lives. (For example, knowing everything bout his family and showing up at work." -Women who are afraid to take risks and do something different. Guys want a girl who can venture into something new. -A woman who becomes too motherly!!! Definitely. Setting out clothes, setting cell phone....HUGE turn off at least for the young restless male who's not ready for a serious relatiionship.
  • When a man loves a woman he will not loose interest :)
  • grass on the other side of the fence
  • when they make it easy...if a woman wants to keep a man interested: 1) men hate tears, don't cry 2) don't 'need' the guy 3) make it seem like you are only mildly interested and they can loose your interest at any time 4)make subtle comments about things you find attractive in men-- sometimes things they do or posses and other times their deficiencies 5) this may be overkill, but don't be clingy and be independent
  • bad attitude thinking she has him wrapped around her finger lying, then getting caught lying, but continuing to lie cheating giving the appearance that she doesnt care what he does not seeming to be worried about him at all there's more, but those are at the top of my list
  • Sleep and her death
  • She Cheats On You
  • "the next best thing"
  • Farting in bed
  • marriage

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