Melt Your Man’s Heart Review – What NEVER to say or do to your man…


You’ve got to read this fantastic article I just came across.

It’s by Randy Bennett, a licensed relationship therapist, who has stumbled onto a special technique you can use to get your man to treat you like he did when you first started dating – for good! Here it is below – I hope you enjoy.


Have you ever wondered why some men treat their women like a princess even well PAST the dating phase?

Even after many years these guys STILL buy flowers, they remember EVERY special occasion and they give their women their FULL attention when they are with them.

They NEVER retreat to the garage, NEVER ignore them to watch the football game on TV and NEVER disappear for hours on end to play golf with their “buddies”.

Well recent reports from relationship scientists (yes, those do exist!) say that you can actually get that exact SAME love, attention and warmth from your man, regardless of how long you’ve been together or how rocky your relationship may be.

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The Secret to Getting Your Man to Treat YOU Like a Princess… Melt Your Man’s Heart Review

The secret to unlocking this same love and affection from your man is probably something you’ve never considered.

But once you know the secret, you can literally change your man and influence him to treat you better…even like a princess.

Now before you accuse me of heresy, let me explain by asking you a question:

Is there something you or your man does that REALLY gets him going?

You know what I’m talking about… maybe it’s a word, or a certain look, maybe a flick of the hand or a shoulder shrug – something that REALLY gets under his skin?

Whatever it is you KNOW it drives him batty and the result is typically the same.

Within milliseconds, his face turns the color of a boiled lobster; his heart practically leaps out of his chest and he either explodes with rage, he runs away to the garage and you don’t see him for hours, or he just sits there…stone-faced, not saying a word.

WHAT just happened?

His Brain Was Just Hijacked…

Familiar with the fight or flight response? Well, you just witnessed it and it’s the reason why a simple argument can turn into an all-out war.

Every one of us has a little internal guard on duty 24/7 in our brain. It’s called the amygdala and it’s a small walnut-sized part of your brain responsible for alerting the body to danger.

The amygdala processes incoming information and automatically searches your memory bank to determine if it recognizes the information as friend or foe.

All of this happens instantly, and if the brain has memory of that word or action and the memory is bad… the body goes into an automatic negative response over which you have almost NO control.

It’s called neural hijacking and it literally stops love, warmth and intimacy from being able to enter the relationship.

And this automatic negative response is triggered by those little shoulder shrugs, those eye rolls…and anything else you may do that has conditioned your man to react negatively.

And once this happens, it’s game over – your man won’t listen to ANYTHING you say after this and you’ll both go round and round with finger-pointing, name-calling and laying blame on each other.

How to Eliminate these Triggers and Establish a Deep Emotional Connection… Melt Your Man’s Heart

The good news is that you can uncover what these triggers are (for BOTH of you) and set the stage for both of you to plant, nurture and harvest new feelings of love and intimacy.

Here’s exactly what you do:

First, think of a few actions you know set him off. Be specific. You know what they are, if you dig deep enough — you use a “tone,” you make a face, you have a specific phrase you say when discussing a touchy subject, whatever.

And when you use any of these things, you get a negative response out of him. Write those down now and remember them.

Second, go straight to the source: ask him what you do that sets off his emotional firebombs. But don’t get defensive…let him have his say…just listen.

He may feel reluctant at first to share, or maybe he’s not even aware that there might be something specific linked to his going off. Regardless, after you begin compiling your list here is what you do…

Avoid those words or actions at ALL COSTS.

It’s as simple as that.

Unless you really want to end up a divorce statistic or you really enjoy sifting through dating sites, avoid doing those behaviors or saying those words that cause problems in your relationship.

Once these are gone…your partner won’t have those mental blocks or love filters, and you’ll have a much easier time building intimacy and affection again.

This really works and I’ve been using this tip and several others for 25 years, teaching it to every woman who comes to me wanting to know how to melt her man’s heart…and in return, have her man treat her like he did when they first started dating – like a princess!

I wish you the best.

Randall E. Bennett, MA, LMFT, LCPC

P.S. Due to the overwhelming response I’ve received about these relationship triggers that can cause a good relationship to go bad, I recently put together a video that explains in much more detail exactly how you can eliminate them to develop a deep emotional connection with your man.

Nobody really talks about this technique and it’s a shame, because it’s extremely powerful and works in almost any situation.

It’s something you MUST know if you want to understand exactly what your man REALLY wants, what makes him tick, and how to get him to shower you with the love, care and affection that you deserve…not because you are forcing him to do it, but because he actually WANTS to do it.

So, sit back, relax and go watch my video as I am not sure how much longer I will have it up.

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  1. louisewoods1984 says:

    Any relationship I have been in that has lasted for more than a month gets overly serious. So much so that it ends up ruining the relationship. Any tips or hints for preventing this or to get a relationship back on track if its been too serious?

    • The best way to keep a relationship light is to just date. And try not to get physical too soon. If a relationship feels like it’s getting too serious hang out with mutual friends it makes things less formal and more casual.

  2. nothin_nyce1 says:

    My boyfriend and I have been together for about one and a half years. At first I was okay with our relationship going slowly, but now I’m not. We haven’t had sex yet and I feel like we’re an old married couple. And recently I’ve been thinking more and more about my exes, whom I’ve had fast relationships with.

    So how can I talk to him about moving our relationship forward and faster? Any other advice? Thanks.

  3. Jack Bauer says:

    When in a relationship I tend to focus more on my relationship with that person rather than my relationship with just myself. My boyfriend and I have a relationship that keeps growing stronger, but I want to grow as an individual too. Do you have any tips on how I can spend time on myself while still maintaining a healthy relationship with my boyfriend?

    We spend a lot of time together, and when we’re not together he’s usually on my mind.

  4. I’m a medical student, and at the moment I am studying the development of family, and how a couples relationship might change for the better or worse when they have a baby together.

    For example, the father may feel somewhat excluded as the mother acts as the primary caregiver, and naturally the relationship may become strained due to less time together and more stress.

    I’d really appreciate some input from those of you who have been there before and have experienced these changes.

    Thank you
    I’m particularly interested in the changes that take place almost immediately after the baby comes into the family.

  5. borabora5524 says:

    What is the relationship between the wavelength of a wave and its energy?

    A. The longer the wavelength, the less energy it carries.
    B. Shorter wavelengths carry less energy.
    C. There is no relationship between wavelengths and energy.
    D. The longer the wavelength, the more energy it carries.

  6. What percentage of sex is the relationship. is the relationship 60% sex and 40% everything else or vice versa?

    They say a good or bad Sexual relationship with your partner can make or break a relationship. So does this mean that a BAD emotional and mental relationship (with GOOD sex) can save a relationship?

    Or is a Good and healthy relationship that is emotional and mentally healthy fail if the sex is not that great?

  7. Scott Bull says:

    I’m really bad at mapping family relationships.

    My mom and this other woman had the same grandfather. What Relationship is this other Woman to me? Also what relationship would this woman’s granddaughter be to me?

  8. Mak Sultan says:

    My son is having his 9th birthday party today. We realized that one of the children had the same surnname as my husbands cousins wife. It turns out that the boys father is the cousin of my husbands cousins wife. We’re trying to work our the relationships then between the boy and my husbands cousins son (second cousins once removed?) and then the relationship between our son and his friend. Help?

  9. What’s the relationship between water resources and economic activity in the united states?Give examples to illustrate the relationship. Can someone please help me answer this question?

  10. I know I should know this since I am an econ major. But this is something that has confused me for a while. I’d like to not only know the relationship but also, why the relationship holds true. Thanks!

  11. Here’s my definition:

    Rebound Relationship: is a relationship that someone newly out of a relationship enters to avoid dealing with the pain and loss of their breakup. The reboundee often ends up feeling hurt, disappointed, and used by the rebounder. These types of relationships generally don’t last.

    Transition Relationship: is a relationship that one enters after a breakup that helps the person transition from the old relationship and move on emotionally. During the transition process, the person still grieves the loss of the old relationship, but finds comfort in having a diversion. This type of relationship may be sexual, but it can also be platonic. Transition relationships aren’t meant to last either; however, no one ends up feeling used, as both individuals are getting their needs met. Once the new person has fulfilled their purpose, they tend to move on.

    Thought’s? Comments?

  12. JOHN KAISER PHD says:

    I’m not sure if it would be a business relationship, a working relationship or called something else. For example in a letter to a new customer how should this sentence go?
    Thank you for choosing me to provide your auto services. I hope this will be the beginning of a productive and long (fill in the blank) relationship.

    Maybe it should just say relationship? Thanks for your help!

  13. I am studying anatomy and I have all the different planes of motion memorized, but I don’t understand the relationship with the axis? Like what axis a motion is in, in the sagittal plane? That is just an example, I dont understand the relationship with any of them! The only way I know what movements happen in the sagittal, frontal, transverse planes is simply by memorization…I dont understand *why*. When I start trying to answer questions with what axis AND plane a movement happens in, I am totally lost!! Thanks so much, I’m sure I am making this harder than it really is!

  14. me and my ex broke up 7 months ago because of lying and cheating on his behalf. we dated for 2 years. he gave me a diamound ring worth alot of money? i want 2 pawn the ring but a piece of me would feel bad ? wat should i do?
    the ring is worth almost 400$.
    i feel bad because he was my first serious bf and in the future iwould liket o be friends

  15. Can you guys give me an example of a situation when you have to develop and maintain a productive relationship with others, even though they may have a different point of view?

  16. A non hostile relationship with the grassroots of the Islamic world is vastly more beneficial to America’s national security interests than friendly relationships with regimes that are useful in the short term for their complacence but that are doomed by their autocratic domestic behavior”. Do you agree with this statement? If yes, why yes? If not, why not?

  17. fattiemanny says:

    What aspects of relationships between people, determine the actual strength of the relationship?
    And how are relationships formed between two people? Ex: neutrality, friendship, best-friendship, signifigant other, couples?

  18. callofduty5123412 says:

    I just started dating my boyfriend three weeks ago. We haven’t had sex yet, but the relationship has been going pretty well. I’ve had some bad relationships in the past, and I’d like this one to work out. Any tips to keep this relationship going strong in the long run?

  19. Well in my novel the main characters parents died and i want to know what relationship I should have. Derek is the main character, his sisters name is Allyson, and his brothers name is Scott. These are the relationships I want people to choose from after their house burns down and the parents die.

    Derek and Allyson
    Derek and Scott
    Derek, Allyson and Scott
    Derek and no one else, but the friends he has at school.
    By “relationship” I mean like which sibling should stay alive.

  20. It says discuss the relationship between the area of a rectangle with dimensions a and b and the area of a right triangle with legs of a and b. Anybody know what the relationship is?

  21. sick_mick_101 says:

    What is the relationship between the volume of a gas and the number of moles? What is the name of the law from which we derive this relationship?

  22. floydian8717 says:

    I have been in a relationship since September that has had complications, but both me and my girlfriend are deeply in love and eventually get over them together. I am going to college 2 hours away and we both want to continue our relationship. What should I do while I’m at college to assure that our relationship thrives and continues?

  23. Rishabh Bajpai says:

    In different cultures there is a different way of looking at this. I just have no guidelines. I have heard a man who is a moma’s boy are actually healthier. Then others make fun of this. I am just wondering what kind of relationships men have with their mothers. I guess the age makes a difference cause there is a time of breaking away. I worked for a man who would call his mother every day as he left work and talk to her as he road home. Then he spend the eve with his wife & kids. So he had a health relationship but what is a healthy relationship?

  24. To start I am 15. My friend is 16 and his sister is 15 and in my grade. I have always been very attracted to her and would like to go out with her. Maybe even have sex with her? How should I handle this situation?
    @Theone I dont want her brother to know tho. how can i do that?

  25. I’ve added a new university to my schools and universities on facebook and also updated my relationship status from single to ‘in a relationship’….

    But both are not showing up in my news feed. I’ve tried playing around with the privacy settings; no use.

    Any ideas on how to fix this? I want my friends to know where I’m going to for university!

    Thank you so much!

  26. What is the relationship between landscape and psychological well being?
    I am taking a science with a lab. I have NO IDEA what any of it means! Can anyone help me answer the following questions? Before anyone asks yes i read the book and it did not get the information i needed out of it.

    What is the relationship between landscape and psychological well being?
    how does the presence or absence of natural beauty in your environment affect your psychological well being on an everyday basis?

  27. I once heard that your relationship with your father affects who you are interested in. That if you have a bad relationship with your father, you will have an odd taste in potential boyfriends/husbands. Is this true? And if so, how does your relationship with your father affect who you are interested in?

  28. soccermaster1 says:

    Should they be tax exempt if they are by their own claims, not a religion.
    Their personal relationship with a historical or mythological figure shouldn’t qualify them should it.
    If so would claiming a personal relationship with Charles Manson qualify you for tax free status?
    He is a historical figure with claims of a special relationship WHh God and an established following.

  29. The land prices depend on numerous factors and the economic prosperity of an area is just one. However, some deviations are also observed in this relationship and at times it is impossible to explain those. Hence, the question: what actually is the relationship between these two.

  30. I guess I couldn’t find a mechanical relationship, so I’m asking here:

    What is the relationship between inflation targeting and exchange rates?

  31. 1 ) What is the relationship of the measure of a central angle to its intercepted arc?

    2 ) What is the relationship of the measure of an inscribed angle to its intercepted arc?

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