The Skills That Impress Women

By Rosina S Khan 

Women are attracted to men with certain skills they like men to have. Some of the skills are already innate in certain men while others develop them in time. This article should be interesting for women to help them realize what the real skills are that they are looking for in men.

Here is a list of those skills:

1) Style and Grooming

Women find those men attractive who like to style and groom. They look smart in their get ups, and their appearances are clean-shaven. Being a slob and not paying attention to their appearances would naturally repel women.

2) Conversations

While having a conversation, if the man has the patience to listen to his woman and then respond, the woman feels respected and satisfied. Good conversations always lead to healthy, happy and loving relationships.

3) Fixing a Car

Women drive cars as well as men. But when it comes to fixing them, if they get help from a man, they will naturally be grateful and admire them.

4) Dancing

Most women like to dance and if their partners like to do it more often, they immediately feel romantic and are attracted to them.

5) Cooking

Women will have to cook most of the time. But occasionally if their man can take care of it and relieve her of the daily burden, naturally they will feel gratified and be more attracted to them.

6) Athletics

Women will be more attracted to men participating in sports such as, boxing, football and others which exude their masculinity rather than a sport like golf.

7) Playing a Musical Instrument

If a woman's partner is skilled in playing any musical instrument, naturally they are drawn to them. It will be a memory that they will take to their deathbeds and final breath.

8) Handyman Skills

Sure a woman can ask for a technician to do necessary repairs. But if their man can shoulder those responsibilities, exhibiting good handyman skills, the woman will be in complete praise and appreciation for them.

9) Speaking Foreign Languages

If a man can speak one or more foreign languages other than his own mother tongue language, their woman of life will appreciate it very much and be enticed to him.

10) Bedroom Skills

If a man has an adequate way of displaying bedroom intimacy skills, naturally the woman will be sparked and aroused with love and a yearning for more.

Summing up, these are some of the skills that a woman would prefer in a man in order to be attracted to him and to want eagerly to have him as her soul mate.

Rosina S Khan has authored this article, highlighting the skills that women would like men to possess in order to be enticed to them.

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Woman’s History Month a New Perspective

by Dr. Stephen Jones

Many people think of Woman’s History month as a time to celebrate the accomplishments once a year. In reality Women’s History month should be celebrated all year long. There are outstanding accomplishments by women everyday. They are not afraid to launch into careers that were dominated by men. They have accepted this as a reality in their profession. Over the years the number of women in medicine, engineering and business has grown. They are becoming the role models for future generations of leaders in this country. It is great to witness woman who add a diverse perspective in education or business professions.

At the forefront of education there are women who lead as superintendents of schools, principals, teachers, college, faculty and presidents. In Philadelphia Dr. Ackerman is transforming the best practices of teachers and administrators across the School District. Women bring fresh ideas into the halls of education. They are designing the new curriculum that incorporates technology like smart boards and computers. Women understand that there are multiple ways to learn. The future of education will be transformed by teachers who are willing to innovate by using new classroom instruction methods. Change is also evident in some schools were students are using laptop computers throughout their day.

As we move forward into the 21st century, we must never forget the ways that women have positively altered our lives. Their words have carried the power to change state and federal policies. They have authored books that challenge each of us to strive to be excellent people. If we continue to value the contribution of woman our future will be brighter and our lives forever changed. Leaders such as Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton are leading the way in government. They are offering valuable insights to young women who are pursuing leadership roles in their local communities

Woman’s History Month is a time to celebrate the sacrifices that woman have made to ensure that this country is progressing. Women have worked in fortune 500 companies that have understood the value of their contribution. The talents that they have exhibited demonstrate an ability to do any job that is put before them. Women continue to enter careers where few have ventured. The perception that women cannot succeed in math classes is being shattered every day. We need the contributions of women at all levels of science, technology, engineering and math professions. For many women the exposure to these professions could not have come soon enough. They may be the first person in their family to attend college and consider an engineering or science career.

 Women have made significant contributions to this country in times of war and peace. They have experienced the burden of a country in crisis. In homes across American, women have offered wise advice to children who become our future leaders. This is a part of history that is often ignored. Women also provide a compass for the future generations to venture into new frontiers. Let’s make Women’s History Month a celebration of our past and our future.

She's an Everyday Heroine

By Mari Selby 

Maya Angelou said, "I think a hero is anyone with an intent to make this a better world for all people." Have you ever looked up heroine quotes? The paucity of examples is absolutely infuriating. Of the few samples we find the cinematic reality of female detectives, wonder woman and then we have the down-to-earth Harriet Beecher Stowe "To be really great in little things, to be truly noble and heroic in the insipid details of everyday life, is a virtue so rare as to be worthy of canonization."

Are women not heroes? What does one call a Mother who nurses a sick child back to health? Is she not a hero in that child's eyes? What does one call a woman who follows her passion in the face of war, like Rachel Corrie? Is she not a hero? What do you call a woman who is clearly different, diagnosed as autistic, but carries on her life of creating beautiful, soulful art? Is she not a hero? How do we define and synthesize being a woman and a hero? Are the only examples either in history, in the movies, or martyrs?

When I go back over the heroines in the fables I love: the seven swans sewing sister, or the girl who confronted Baba Yaga. Each one has little hope, and yet still trusts that they will be okay. They endure even when the odds of their succeeding seem dim. The sewing sister is almost burned at the stake for her intransigence. The girl confronting Baba Yaga could be turned into a deformed chicken at anytime. They are heroines because they kept going, with determination, and trust that they will be okay. A heroine cannot afford to have hope, she has to have courage when there is no sane reason for her to have courage. A heroine has to firmly tie the rope to the trunk of the tree before she dangles over the edge to rescue someone. She has to trust that she makes those knots work, not hope that they will work. We are heroines in our own story. We are here for a bigger purpose than we have lived so far. We have a higher purpose, and the first step is to listen to our intuition, our gut feelings, and anything that says "yes!"

What are the steps to awakening our inner heroine? Everyone has their own path, and their own inner guidance that will lead them on. When we awake, we can ask our higher power, our soul, or Great Spirit, "What is your will for me?!" We will receive an answer if we are willing to listen. The answers make come through synchronicities, people (acting as Angels) signs, symbols & songs on the radio, or animals that cross our paths. The next right step will come if we are willing to listen, and wait for the guidance that is already there. And with each step more will be revealed as we are ready to take it in. Maybe going out to your child's parent-teacher talk when you feel like "it's a bad hair day" is today's version of being a hero? When we place our children, or lovers, or friends first, before our own insecurities that is a heroic act. Maybe releasing the limited vision of who we think we are and acting from our authentic selves is an act of heroism?

When I let go of having to be perfect and get whatever help I need, hiring a writing coach, working with a therapist, or saying no when I want someone to like me is an heroic act to me. When I break my long standing belief that I am self-reliant and realize that self reliance to the extreme means isolation, and choose to reach out for support that is an heroic act to me. When I share my vulnerabilities and realize I am not alone in feeling that way that is an heroic act to me. I am a reluctant heroine. I would rather be comfortable and only do the things in life that are my preference. Still the impetus to dig deeper, to do the things that scare me, to step out and share my truth in whatever ways are open drives me on. Maybe that's not heroic, maybe that's just being an everyday, ordinary strong woman.

We need more heroines to evolve this world, to heal this planet. At the very least we need more quotes about heroines to pass along to our daughters, sisters, and grand-daughters.

This week's exercise is to look at the everyday acts you do, and see them from another's eyes.

1. Be forgiving, and open-minded towards yourself. What could you possibly see that is heroic?

2. What are the challenges you take on and accomplish? Are you a heroine to yourself?

3. What do you do with courage, even though it seems impossible?

4. How are you an everyday heroine?

Mari Selby is a contributing writer for San Francisco Book Review. For the past 18 years Mari has been the director of Selby Ink, a publicity and marketing firm. Selby ink promotes authors who make a difference, and helps those authors to develop name recognition through traditional publicity efforts as well as social media. Selby ink specializes in the following genres: body-mind-spirit, relationships, environmental issues, and social justice.

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