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Men know what they want on matters love, what about women?

In the world of dating and relationships, the phrase ‘waiting for a man to love you’ has been a topic of debate.

Some believe patience is key when it comes to finding love, while others argue that waiting for someone to reciprocate your feelings is a waste of time.

However, it is important to acknowledge that men (and women) often know what they want when it comes to relationships.

Waiting around for someone to “love you” is not always the best approach.

Instead, it’s important to focus on self-love and personal growth, and not put all your energy into finding a partner.

In a world where women have been taught to believe that they need a man to complete them, the idea of ‘waiting for a man to love you’ has been ingrained in our culture.

However, times are changing, and women are taking charge of their own lives and happiness, realizing that they don’t need a man to validate their worth.

Men may know what they want when it comes to relationships, but that doesn’t mean that you should sit around waiting for them to make a move.

Instead, focus on building your own life, pursuing your passions, and cultivating meaningful relationships with friends and family because if they don’t like you like that they will keep you around.

Moving on from the idea of waiting for a man to love you can be liberating, empowering, and even exciting. You are no longer beholden to someone else’s whims and desires, and you have the freedom to chart your own course in life.

It’s time to let go of the belief that your worth is tied to your relationship status. You are a whole and complete person, and you deserve to be loved for who you are, not for what you can offer someone else.

It’s important to remember that relationships are not the be-all and end-all of life. Being single can be just as fulfilling, if not more so, than being in a relationship. This doesn’t mean that you should close yourself off from the possibility of love, but rather, approach it with a healthy and balanced mindset.

So, whether you’re single or in a relationship, remember that your happiness and well-being should always come first. Don’t wait for someone else to complete you; you are already complete on your own. Embrace your independence, pursue your passions, and enjoy all the exciting possibilities that life has to offer.

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