Women want to be loved, who doesn’t? Women are known for going too far for love, but why? Are women’s minds trained for them to over think, fantasize, and relive movie scenarios? A big part of why women think like this are magazines. Are the magazine articles right or wrong, I don’t know.
The main place I see young women reading these articles is college. College is a huge mating ground. We are all living on our own for the first time, at our thriving sexual age, and alcohol plays a huge part in our sexual desire. Women, college especially, are looking for that one special person, how do you know when he loves you? Apparently Cosmopolitan magazine has 8 signs that will tell you if he loves you.
Does he love me feeds girls brains with ideas of what they’re boyfriend or significant other should be doing if they really “loved” them. For example, the article states if he’s okay with you answering his phone, bam he loves you. Women will automatically start to consider everything as a sign of love just because what they’ve read.
This article isn’t the only article that gives women the wrong idea: There is how to get your ex back, 8 ways to fix a bad kisser , and 7 signs you’re really in love. These articles all give women “helpful hints” to do what is being proposed. Wait but what if it doesn’t work? That is the main problem. The hurt, naive, young college women put their trust in these magazines being so disappointed when it does not turn out how it was “supposed to”. Are these articles giving women helpful tips or false hope?
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