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Here are ten characteristics that define a woman who has the ability to communicate directly with a man, in much the same way men communicate with one another. She is a woman who knows what she likes and has an easier time expressing it directly.

1. She maintains her independence.
It doesn’t matter if she is the CEO of a company or a waitress at Denny’s. She earns an honest living. She has honor, and she isn’t standing there with her hand out.

2. She doesn’t pursue him.
She doesn’t chase him or keep tabs on him. He is not the center of the world.

3. She is mysterious.
There is a difference between honesty and disclosure. She is honest but does not reveal anything. She isn’t verbally putting her cards on the table. Familiarity breeds contempt and predictability breeds boredom.

4. She leaves him wanting.
She doesn’t see him every night or leave long messages. Men equate longing with love. Longing is good.

5. She doesn’t let him see her sweat.
She keeps communication from getting messy and avoids communicating when upset. When she clears her head, she is succinct and speaks in a “bottom line” way.

6. She remains in control of her time.
She takes it slowly, especially when he wants to hurry. She moves to her rhythm, not his, preventing him from taking control of her.

7. She maintains a sense of humor.
A sense of humor lets him know she is detached. However, she doesn’t treat disrespect as a laughing matter.

8. She places a high value on herself.
When he gives her a compliment, she says thank you. She doesn’t talk him out of it. She doesn’t ask what the ex looked like and doesn’t compete with other women.

9. She is passionate about something other than him.
When he feels he isn’t the “be all and end all” of her existence, it makes her more desirable. Staying busy ensures she isn’t resentful if he is unavailable.

10. She treats her body like a finely tuned machine.
She maintains her appearance and health. A person’s self-respect is reflected in how he or she maintains physical appearance.

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