How do you know if a girl wants a relationship?

Origin of the question is found here. If you want to become an expert in a particular field, you must first learn of its nomenclature. Most of us are not systematically good at human relationships, let alone love. We were never taught of any nomenclature for social life. There was no such teacher until 2017, when Nickantony Quach finished writing the book, THUMOS: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. In this book, the concept of relationship is fully defined. Here is a foretaste.

A girl wants a relationship with you when she is trying to build a relationship with you. It’s hard to tell unless you know what a relationship is. According to Thumoslang, a relationship involves two different on-going activities for two mutually exclusive purposes. For example, if a female co-worker or schoolmate wants you and help her with someone totally unrelated to work or school, you know she wants to build a relationship with you.

A harder question to ask is, if so desired, how do you avoid making her wanting to break up with you? The answer can be found in the new groundbreaking video series, Thumoslang101, which is released on Ri4CTV beginning in September, 2019. The best way to maintain a relationship is to use Thumoslang. Season 1 of #Thumoslang101 captures the interaction between Ifeanyi the Boxer and Nickantony Quach. Nick is the founder of Ri4CTV and creator of Thumoslang. Nick and Ifeanyi’s dialogue throughout the series will change the life of the viewers and move the world forward. Their conversations will introduce the audience to Thumoslang, which is necessary for relationships.


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