How to Keep Your Leo Man Happy: Quick Tips

How to Keep Your Leo Man Happy: Quick Tips

You’ve got your Leo man but how do you keep him? The answer is to keep him happy, but how do you do that?

Leo: July 24th – August 23rd

What Keeps Leo Men Happy?

Astrology tells us that Leo men are happy when they are the centre of everyone’s attention and very, very, very, very important.  They are not much interested in Sport if their preferred team is in any final but otherwise they are not.  Wherever they are – home, work or wash-room, they require their own throne. 

Using this Knowledge to Keep Your Leo Man Happy

The obvious way to keep a Leo man happy is to treat him like the king in The King and I as played by Yule Brenner.  He really does need a throne at home – well actually three.  In his lounge he will need at least a reclining, massage chair.  Ideally the chair should swivel and be positioned higher than other chairs.  In his bedroom he wants a four-poster, strewn with tapestry-like quilts and many a squashy, silky, plump cushion.  He also requires private toilet facilities – ideal is his own private room with a view.  This should be larger than the average cubicle and should contain bidet, hand washing facilities, reading materials and digital radio.  They will appreciate partners who can provide such details.  You must ensure he is centre of attention and never take that position yourself if you are to make him extremely happy.  Never, repeat never, embarrass him publically or privately – this often spells the end.

When You Shouldn’t Use the Knowledge to Make Your Leo Man Happy

Don’t use any of these tactics if your Leo man is not appreciative.  Don’t use any of these tactics if you are uncomfortable with them.  Don’t use any of these tactics if your man doesn’t make you happy.

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betcaro, posted this comment on Jan 30th, 2010

Nice piece — hubby is a Leo. Because of the wisdom in the last section I had to comment, “Kudos to the author!” Well said.

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