Why She Tests You + 15 Examples of Tests + How to Handle Women’s Tests
Women instinctively test men. We can’t help it. The sooner you get over it, the better you’ll feel.
In fact, the sooner you learn to handle women’s tests effectively, the better you’ll both feel!
Why do women test men so dang much?
Women test men to find out what they’re (men’s) true character is. That’s it in a nutshell.
We generally don’t do it on purpose, it’s automatic and subconsciously initiated.
We test when we don’t know who you really are or when you’re words and actions have been incongruent — when they don’t line up and something seems fishy.
Women also test when men show weakness. It’s an opportunity to prove your strength.
Again, usually we are not even aware we’re doing this. We just know if we respect you more or less based on how you handle yourself.
Women also have different tests for different stages of the relationship.
We test you when we first meet you, then as we’re dating you and even when in a committed relationship.
Do women ever stop testing men?
Good news! Yes! If…
Why she tests you or keeps testing you after you’ve already passed her initial tests is caused by one of three reasons (generally).
Three Reasons She Keeps Testing or Starts Again
1. You’ve started acting weak or unworthy.
2. She’s started feeling weak or unworthy.
3. She’s is a whole bag of messed up, dude. Run!
I go over more details in the video and provide 15 examples of the way women test men plus a couple rules of thumb for how to handle women’s tests.
What are some examples of the ways women have tested you? Comment!
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At the time of this writing, I’ve just arrived back from 3 months with my family taking care of a dying family member. Life is full of tests and trying times. It’s how we handle everything that determines how effective we are at being happy. I hope my videos help you find ways of getting happy. xo
Disclaimer: Anna is not a licensed therapist or psychologist. Information is opinion only. You are responsible for your actions. Obey the law. Seek professional help if you feel the need to self harm or harm others.