I probably shouldn’t be telling you this—but nobody else will.
Read it, and apply it—and your life will improve immeasurably, transforming into an ongoing expression of love.
To please a man, just look at him and say, “Good morning.” That is all it takes.
Don’t look at him and wish he was different; leave your preconceptions under the pillow, your expectations and complexity under the bed. “Good morning” is all it takes. He will be beaming, his thimble full of pride will be overflowing. He will suddenly want to fix the sink, hang the moon, and provide oral pleasure until you can’t deny your satisfaction.
“Good morning”—that is it. He really is that easy. But, there is one complication; if it is later in the day, then say, “Good afternoon,” or, “Good evening.” That is all it takes to please a man.
He is already enough, just as he is. Don’t try to change him; he will change as he does. Don’t try to “correct him,” he isn’t going to get the correction anyway. Just say, “Good morning.”
Mean it, if you can—but even if you don’t mean it, he won’t notice. He isn’t that deep. He’s a simple creature, a puppy looking for approval. Give him that approval.
No matter how old he is, he is at a tender age. He still expects that his dreams will come true. He is a kid at heart, and it is his heart that he will give you. Don’t drive him into obedience class or force him under your broken wing. Just watch him soar, sparked by your approval.
This really is the one and only secret to inspiring, delighting, and taming a man. Don’t force him to be you—or what you want—let him be himself. “Good morning” does just that.
Some woman are much further from saying a simple “good morning” than others. But, no matter how far you are—make the journey, because on the other side lies a very sweet man who will do anything for you.
He will lay his coat down on a puddle, so you don’t get your fancy Christian Louboutins or hip tennis shoes muddy. He will take a bullet for you. But, if you correct him, try to fix him, or disapprove of him, he will go into hiding. He will sit watching football and drinking beer. He will chase other woman in hopes of finding one who can say, “Good morning.”
He is so easy—so simple. Once you can say “good morning,” bask in his happiness and joy, soak in the love that flows your way. Put him to work, and he will be whistling.
I could go on—I could tell you what to do once you can say “good morning”—but really, that is all you need.