10 Reasons Why Most Men Can’t Handle A Deep Woman By:Rania Naim

The deeper you are, the harder it becomes for you to find someone who wants to have a relationships with you. You can go out on a lot of dates but at some point the relationship fails to progress any further and that is mainly because of the intensity of your depth. Not every man is strong enough to handle a deep woman. Here’s why:

1. A deep woman asks deep questions. A deep woman will probe further into your life and ask questions that you may not be prepared to answer. Even on the first date, she will dig deeper and ask personal and philosophical questions – she will never enjoy a shallow conversation.

2. A deep woman is honest. Too honest – often blunt. A deep woman takes her integrity seriously and one thing she believes in is honesty. If you ask her anything, she will tell you the truth and she expects the same from you.

3. A deep woman knows what she wants. Or who she wants. A deep woman knows right away if she likes you and doesn’t need to date around or explore her other options to be sure of her feelings. Her heart only beats for a special few people and she knows them right away.

4. A deep woman wants a deep relationship. She wants long conversations about your life, she wants to hear stories about your past, she wants to understand your pain and she wants to add value to your life. She wants a real relationship that goes beyond going out and having fun.

5. A deep woman is not afraid of intimacy. She is not afraid of getting closer or risking getting hurt in the process. She doesn’t think it will entrap her freedom or make her vulnerable. Her depth and intimacy go hand in hand and she will always cherish the beauty of intimacy in relationships.

6. A deep woman sees through you. She can see who you really are and what makes you vulnerable. She is not the one to hold back from pointing out what she sees in you or how well she can read you. Even though it makes you uncomfortable, she wants you to know that she understands you and that you can be yourself around her.

7. A deep woman craves consistency. She gets turned off by inconsistency or flaky behavior. She desires a strong connection and a solid bond and she knows that consistency is the foundation of that bond. A deep woman will not participate in the dating games.

8. A deep woman is intense. She may be slightly intimidating because she brings intensity to everything she does. Her emotions are intense and so are her thoughts. She will never be indifferent about things that matter to her – not everyone is strong enough to handle her intensity.

9. A deep woman only knows how to love deeply. If you can’t love her deeply, she will walk away. She doesn’t know how to casually date someone she’s really into or be friends with someone she has feelings for. A deep woman knows when someone can’t meet her halfway and she will slowly detach herself from anyone who is not willing to give her the deep love she is looking for.

10. A deep woman won’t wait for you. She will not wait for you to make up your mind or watch you be hesitant about her. She is strong and passionate and will not waste her emotions on someone who doesn’t appreciate her depth. Even though she is looking for a special kind of love, a deep woman is not afraid of being on her own.

source: http://thoughtcatalog.com/rania-naim/2016/04/10-reasons-why-most-men-cant-handle-a-deep-woman/

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Review Episode 2: #DTBYArchitectBenjie

The HT is fitting actually that i can recall Alden’s man boobs. Since yesterdays episode is their establishing plot, now they start telling a story from Benjie’s side. Flashbacks are appropriate for character background while using a montage.  Then here comes the mourning Lotlot in his husband’s grave recollecting their struggles. Im oh-so ready for dramatic scene since this is Alden’s forte. But then they slowly transition it just like how they presented a flashback. This is in present time. I want to mourn and empathize Benjie too. Give me time to feel that sadness. There is a lot of pain to consider in the past, let the guy wallow in present. “saktan nyo ako” please dont fast forward that scene. “walang magmomove on”  I just feel they betrayed Benjie. The guy was crying in pain let him have his moment so i can sympathize him when he’s trying to be a jerk. But i guess, yeah he is a womanizer period.

Pain is good so as to contrast with Sinag’s vibrant life…and friends! I like the ensemble. No doubt they are what their characters are. Scene stealer is RJ Padilla – radio drama sound effects, “puputok na..(ang utot)”. He is also a natural and hopefully his character will have substance in the future like giving Sinag insights too (along with Ninay)? unlikely but interesting. Juancho’s character is getting there. With his husky voice im sure he will give Benjie a good competition soon. Let him be more closer to Sinag please. i almost forgot, Sinag’s prank call is the highlight of the night! Maine proves she’s one of kind. honestly i don’t want the comedy side to overpower the drama. Balance is good for our emotion.

The story is good so far but the picture is slowly lowering my excitement. The opening scene in the pilot, – the train meeting, the hype is there since it was beautifully executed. Then this episode with some dry “kroo kroo” sequence. Maybe this is something to do with the video quality which is non-negotiable. what to do when that is all there  is. Lets move on from HD sentiments and play with the basics. They can manage with cinematography and scoring right?  Close up shot equals character emotion. Musical scoring to avoid “kroo-kroo’s”. Long shot but don’t compromise the lighting. I have to agree with some viewers point, it feels like an afternoon series. But hey its still the 2nd day. Cheering you DTBY team! You can do better.


Benjie at his (dim) house


Can i see your worried face Benjie?

 Watch: Destined To Be Yours Episode 2: Ang pangarap ni Benjie

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Review: Destined To Be Yours World Premiere


The pilot episode is a take away. Its already given that Alden & Maine exudes natural chemistry and i like that they feature them together in one scene for a first episode. The pace is fast. Some would-be story arc is solved. Not dragging but still left you hanging. I have points to highlight though.

  1. The significance of the “hand” of destiny is subtly emphasized. There is this sculptor that means a lot to Sinag’s parents where destiny for them has already established. Then Teddy talking to Sinag about that sculptor is telling that he pass the fate to his daughter. In which the next scene is a flashback of little Sinag and her destiny giving her a hand representing the sculptor. It was a solid statement of the story. one of the goosebumps moment. Nakakaiyak. Also if they will present other relationships (Juancho character with Sinag), it is safe to explore.
  2. The Eboy-Sinag story. it was not exploited well which is good for a premiere. It backs up Sinag’s view on life and her stand as a character. The shots were a montage of their journey and one will actually think if there is all Mark Herras is – a pilot guest only. Or could there be more flashbacks in the future since divulging their past affair seems interestingly light and cute. well, its because watching innocent Sinag having her first heart broken is endearing.
  3. Although Alden is a given talent, not much have been presented on his prowess. While his character will have more dramatic arc as presented from his background, they introduce him as a happy and hopeful who is eager to move forward. Here comes the conflict. We saw that Benjie’s father help Teddy in the bus incident which cause his demise. Will Benjie carry a grudge towards Sinag’s father and play this blame-game arc every Pinoy TS portrays. Hopefully not.
  4. Maine is synonymous to natural. Compare to her previous portrayals, i like her more as Anna in MBL as what she is as Sinag. Her character is a chameleon and we saw her different flavors in one night. A cutesy crying innocent Sinag, a sarcastic dj sunshine and the charming yellowish Sinag in the train. I also observed, or hunch that some of her dialogues are ad-libs particularly her last  with Gardo’s hugot. She  blurted ” pagnandito si nanay…” since Sinag told her father to not be so dramatic. It is her character instinct and thats what makes her a timing genius. On her crying scene, shes cute as a high schooler’s puppy love heart break should be. its not cinematic tear-jerkier rather than audience will empathize her more.
  5. If i were to pick a title for this episode, its obvious Hand Of Destiny.Its not the typical “once a upon time” shots of sequential events since flashbacks are apparent. (the first meeting, bus accident, Eboy story, Teddy’s hugot) The train meeting is parallel to their first meeting – serendipity. All of the shot were interconnected and somehow you conclude that this might be a prologue. Overview of the whole; there’s a start but not fully explored, conflicts in the middle is interesting but will not mislead, and ending that will thank the presentation of the beginning


Watch: Destined To Be Yours Pilot Episode

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10 Things To Expect When You Love An Extroverted Introvert — Thought Catalog

First and foremost, if you’re in an extroverted introverts life it’s because you matter to them, a lot. They will make the extra effort and go the extra mile just to make you happy.

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