What’s one thing that really confuses you about the opposite sex?Beau: Women are amazingly complex creatures and I think that’s what we as men love about them so much.Other than that, I would say my only other rituals are taking off my heels and tieing up my hair!When do you think is appropriate timing to call them your ‘girlfriend’ or ‘boyfriend’? I don’t think there’s a finite amount of time that determines this for everyone, but I always think about it in relation to invitations.not that there’s anything wrong with a girl doing the asking! I would say though if things have gotten to a stage where you feel things should be official and he is refusing to commit, you should ask yourself whether this is the right relationship for you.You want someone who is excited to call you their girlfriend! Beau: This will always be different for everyone, but I always feel that if a woman is comfortable in her own skin, it’s a remarkably attractive quality to have.That’s why I encourage all guys to make sure they’re groomed and showing their best possible self. If I feel comfortable, chances are he does too and we’re ‘clicking’.
Harriet: I always think a man can look like George Clooney, have more power than a Fortune 500 CEO and get about in a private jet, but all of that means nothing without two basic things: kindness and self confidence.The first because I think any long term relationship needs kindness from both parties to last.And the second because I think someone who is truly happy in their skin will treat you well and allow you to be your best self. Here’s the paradox: Making money requires personality traits that are desired by lots of women: Discipline. She quickly sees a guy who’s overcompensating by “showing off.” She sees a guy who doesn’t value himself. And besides, who would want to be “loved” for a bank account. Any quality woman who hears this immediately runs for the hills. Without an explanation, we’re instantly going to assume it’s a former partner and start comparing ourselves to them. I think men need to realise that women are just as frustrated and scared by the whole dating process as they are and that even a simple ‘hello’ can make a world of difference. Us women have such a tough time trying to make sure we’re approachable but not a ‘floozy’, that we are mysterious, but not rude, and that we show enough interest so he knows we’re keen, but not too much that he assumes we’re desperate! Then I usually have some sort of outfit crisis and then finally, after I put on what I tried on first, I spend a few minutes doing last minute things like adding jewellery, spritzing perfume, applying moisturiser to my legs and looking for my keys and phone… Beau: I think the best way to tell is in the conversation.