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That aside, the use of pet names – most of them sugary or food related – by dating and married couples has been with us for long. “Honey” “babe” “sweet pie” “cupcake” or their equivalents are phrases thrown around randomly by lovers to insinuate the extent of their romantic attraction between them. Apparently, when those around such people overhear the use of such names, they are supposed to sense a strong bond of commitment between the couple.
Just don't go there or simply do this, you will be surprised as to the little things ladies do or don't do that are complete turn offs to guys.
A lot has been written on what women want. Driven largely by emotions, it is not difficult for ladies to freely express their feelings to the rest of the world. But it is a different ball game when it comes to men. Largely driven by physical attributes, they would rather bottle up their likes, hurts and pains. Still, this does not mean they are cold blooded creatures without a soft side.
Up to today, I still make many important decisions based on my conscience, which is usually right on almost all occasions. These are the same parameters I use to judge others. To me, first impressions are also lasting impressions.
Is there any science behind using pet names? Is it a mark of a healthy relationship? Are couples who give each other names, ranging from the generic “Honey” and “Sweetie” to the creative “bae,” more likely to stay together? In our digital age, are these nicknames any more important? PETER MUIRURI finds out
Two years ago, Dana invited Judy to Canada for training on child sleep therapy. Since then, Judy has been travelling all over the world giving both public lectures and private, family oriented lessons on the subject.

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