June 20, 2011 (Newswire.com) - MensRelationshipAdvice.Org Launched, Offers Relationship Advice Targeted At Men
The webmaster of http://www.mensrelationshipadvice.org has just announced the release of a new website, targeted at men who feel that they could use some relationship tips and advice. There are tons of magazines and online websites created for women, so this website is for men that wants to learn a thing or two about how they can make their woman happy.
Owner and publisher Tina Hanson said she discovered a need for online tips for men that wants to improve their relationship and learn what women want. "Many men feel a bit lost trying to please their woman and understanding what she wants. It doesn't have to be complicated to win a woman's heart, all the simplest things that you as a man can do may be just what she wants" she said.
"If you are a man and want to get some relationship tips, our goal is to offer information that can help you make your lady happy and make her feel loved," says Mrs Hanson, who is the owner of MensRelationshipAdvice.org."It is great to publish all this information on one website and to make it easier for men to find relationship advice. The content we publish is both or own and syndicated from other resources and all of the content is free for our users to read."
Founded in June 2011, MensRelationshipAdvice.org already contains 12 posts, and more are being added regularly. Plans also exist to publish a newsletter targeted at men. The idea is to give men information that can help them make their women feel loved and important, according to Mrs. Hanson.
"A man and a woman thinks very differently. Women are generally more emotion based, while men are often more logic based. By learning to communicate better and show your woman that you respect and appreciate her, you will make her feel loved" Mrs. Hanson says. "When you make her feel loved, she will also give you what she wants because she is happy."
To find more relationship advice for men and new relationship advice, visit http://mensrelationshipadvice.org/