7 signs you aren't giving your wife enough attention
She tells you she misses you a lot: this is a no-brainer; your wife won’t tell you she misses you if it’s not true.
Figuring out the turns of women’s minds has been the struggle centuries of men have encountered, and to this day still does. To men, how women think is an enigma, but it shouldn’t be if you pay attention.
Family Share listed down seven tellings signs that your wife is needing more from you.
1. She acts jealous
“If she seems jealous of your work, friends or even other ladies, it's probably because you aren't treating her like she is your top priority,” said writer Melinda Fox.
“If you are devoting less attention to her than to other people or responsibilities, she is definitely lacking attention that she deserves.”
2. She stopped asking you for things
“If she used to ask for your help or opinion and she doesn't anymore, she's probably grown accustomed to you not helping out very much.”
But there’s a quick fix for this: just do something for her without her having to ask.
3. She’s dressing to impress
“If she's spending a little extra time twisting up her hair or she wears something she knows you like, she probably is doing it to catch your eye. Let her catch your eye. She needs that attention from you.”
4. She’s being nit-picky
“If your wife is starting to get on your case about the small stuff more than usual, she probably is in need of your attention.”
5. She tells you she misses you a lot
This is a no-brainer. Your wife won’t tell you she misses you if it’s not true.
“She may miss your physical presence in her life or the close emotional relationship the two of you used to share.”
Either way, it’s time you start devoting more of your time to her.
6. You find out more on social media than in person
“If you log into Facebook to find out what's going on with your lady, something's not right. You should know about her life before the Web does."
7. You go to bed at different times
“Both of you need the personal attention that getting ready for bed and laying in the dark waiting for sleep to come affords. If the two of you aren't going to bed at the same time, you need to make the change so you both get that time together.”
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