Providing some context helps you look less self-indulgent, adds Senning.
The Complaint: “I talk to my boyfriend every day in person, so it totally irks me when I find out something major happened in his life by reading his Facebook wall.
And among never-married women interested in marriage, 78% said that it is “very important” to them that a potential spouse has a steady job (only 46% of never-married men said the same).
Looking at the most recently available census data, we explored the demographics of the “marriage market” based on what women said they want in a spouse.
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This helps build intimacy and will ultimately help her to forgive your bad judgment call.
The Fix: While it’s OK to share a gripe from your workday once in a while, it’s more alluring to women if you try to connect with others by sharing positive experiences and interests, says Senning.
The Complaint: “I cannot stand when guys are active on Twitter and Facebook with their friends, but they never acknowledge their girlfriend's electronic existence.
Electronic displays of affection can really make a girl feel special.” — The Fix: Paw your way out of the dog house by reminding your significant other just how public social media is, suggests Senning.