Trouble in Paradise
I was having a conversation with a dear friend of mine the other night and the conversation took us to a couple we know. My friend indicated that there was some seemingly trouble in Paradise as the male partner in the relationship had shared that there is some tension and they are having some struggles. One of the points that my friend shared was that the female partner of the couple has been tell the male that she is a Princess, a comment that my friend had to point out having heard from me a time or two. We both smiled and had a great laugh and of course I added, “well, I am.” I then started thinking about my use of the phrase “I’m a Princess”. It dawned on me that this is a phrase I need to write about.
I am not talking about the “Diva”
For most people when they hear a women say she is a Princess they start thinking of “Diva” type behavior. A women that’s self-centered, expects to be showed in lavish gifts, and is expecting to live a luxurious life style. She is the women that has closets upon closets of shoes and clothing that of course where given to her by her adoring male counter part(s). She is high maintenance in every form, emotionally, financially, physically, and mentally. She spends all her time at the salon and in her mind she is hot stuff and you better be thinking the same thing, if not she will make sure you do.
Is there a difference from being a “diva” and wanting to be treated like a princess?
The above is the obvious princess that the majority of us think of when we hear the term “princess” but what does it mean when you have the common, every day, girl next store type saying it? What if it is a women that you are dating or have gone on a date with who doesn’t say she is a Princess but says, “She wants to be treated like a princess?” What does this mean? Is there differences?
O’ my little grasshopper here I will share with you some of the most valuable insight into understanding women you will ever learn.
Most of the time when a women say she is a Princess what really is being said is, “I expect you to be my Prince Charming and for me to be your Princess.” Women grow up fantasizing about Prince Charming and in the fantasy, he really is charming. He is romantic, he is a gentlemen, he is masculine, physically strong, and emotionally available to her. He brings her flowers, he buyers her small and large gifts, he showers her with love, affection, attention, and every female friend she has is jealous that he is hers.
Women want to be the Princess of your life and they want you to be the Prince they have always dreamed of. Most women are romantics at heart and they long to have their significant other to ignite romance in their relationship and treat them like the Princesses they are. After all isn’t that why you picked them to begin with, because you too believe they are the Princess of your life? Value them, nurture them, show them you are madly in love with them by treating them like the Princess you believe them to be.
About the Me:
I am Dating Coach KK – Kimberly Koehler, I am the leading dating coach in Minneapolis, Minnesota who helps singles locally in the Twin Cities, nationally and globally. As a renowned dating coach and keynote speaker I bring you practical solutions to the most frustrating dating struggles. My passion is to teach my clients how to master the art of dating so they are empowered to achieve the dating and relationship life they desire. Contact me today to find out how she can help you. Follow me on Twitter @DatingCoachKK or read here at DatingCoachMN.com