Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

5 articles on this Page

CLEARED FOR SEA I

ENTERED INWARDS I

HINTS FOR. THE ROMB.

News
Cite
Share

HINTS FOR. THE ROMB. BUT IØN WON'T BELIEVE XT. Ho true woman Ta!uee the Attention* of Mi tMt abe cam for for their material worik P" his gifta ooet twelve pence or twelve pGUIIIa Wthm muoh lees difference to her than mriiirf gwerally supposes. Hie thing is that he thinks of her-or thai he Dot think of her; that his love prompts hilt £ spend generously—or that it is of a spaiMt ekwating nature. YIM books, magazines., the occasional floww tttt she loves, tho conceit or play planned ft* ■foe her pleasure—all these are priceless to he*, J) given oy the right man because they are BGMenoes not so much ot money spent, bat of 11 tfwsghtful consideration for her. And thia is meat and drink to a. woman's eoak lb is not that she is vain and thirsts for admir*> fen. It is a deep, secret longing to bo apprwoi- »*d by the being of aU others from whoflB ill* desires appreciation. It is the average lot of women to see theM tMMtions gradually fade away, when affection Win 111 mi an affected thing on both sides. And KMH is no woman on earth who is not deeply Bounded by this change in the man's attitude. Bit would do as much for him as ever--thinim tf h» welfare more constantly and tenderly. He. ta the other hand, is infinitely leM oonoerneo tkaat giving her happiness. He doos not mean |i fce unkind, but by ois tlrmerb^ • rm •• itll* 1m ft tko«iMn<i •.me*.

Advertising

[No title]