We present you interesting things about women’s day. Why every woman deserves so much attention. This is our way to say THANK YOU!


Respect them for their patience

Women generally are very good listeners. In the form of best friends, sisters, mothers, wives, girlfriends, they tend to give us their ears in our most dire moments of life. They have this tendency to be that support system that can help you vent out your worst fears. They would draw an emotional line for you, which invariably you would understand and respond to in your life. I do believe, that the presence of a woman in your life can make you a hell lot stable; emotionally.


Unselfish actions

Women prove worthy of respect time and time again, engaging in unselfish acts of kindness, at the drop of a hat. As daughters, mothers and mates; women contribute immeasurable positive influences to the lives of those around them.

Men love and respect women for countless personal reasons, but universal adoration stems from some of the women’s most endearing traits. Men need not look far for worthy reasons to respect their female counterparts.


They know how to give back

All women are beautiful, regardless of their looks. You just need to touch their soul with respect and appreciation for their inner beauty and you will be rewarded with joy. The heart is way more important than the package. Women are the God’s greatest gift to man and we should cherish and protect them, each and every one.  Give them attention as they deserve, for sure, you will not regret. We don’t talk only about the girlfriend, no, forget that. Your mom, sister is also very, very important. Do not forget them.

True Queen!

A woman is not an object. Something she is not; she is someone. You treat a woman with respect. She is not your toy. She doesn’t owe you anything, just cause you are a man. When she comes to you for comfort, you listen to her; you don’t make a move on her. Grow up and start treating women how they deserve to be treated.

The Face in the Mirror

One day I saw a face in the mirror; it was not mine at all.

She had aged quite early and the deep laugh lines took over her face.

In the mirror, I also saw her eyes, once blue now hazel with pain.

Her lips were once rosy, but now they are pale and cracked.

The woman in the mirror had lost all the joys in her life.

Her husband was gone, the children grown and had moved away.

She looks back at me wondering what had happened to that beautiful girl.

I could not answer; I did not have an answer.

Life had not been fair to her, but she could only fix it.

Was it too late?

(Copyright Cheryl Whitsett 2005)

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