The Shocking Reason Men Don’t Share Their Feelings (And How To Get Your Man To Open Up)
By Rori Raye
Have you ever pretended that everything was OK, or felt afraid to tell a man how angry you were because you didn’t want to rock the boat? If so, then you probably believe the cliché that men hate talking about feelings. You’ve come to accept that it’s a normal thing for men—they were just born that way.
Unfortunately, believing this myth prevents you from ever truly connecting with a man.
Christian Carter reveals the qualities that make a man see you as the “cool girl” he just has to get
Did you know that most men decide if a woman is "girlfriend material" within a few seconds of meeting her?
That's right - if you don't know how to create the right first impression with a man, then you just might get thrown into the "just a friend" category FOR GOOD. That's why it's important to understand what causes a man to be attracted to you at a deeper level from the get-go.
Don't assume your spouse wants to celebrate the Holidays the same way you do.
"I can't believe you don't want to fruit cake at Aunt Martha's!"
"But we ALWAYS go to the church's Messiah Sing-along! I already made plans for the kids and I to go!"
"I understand you're Jewish sweetheart, but I didn't think that meant you wouldn't want us to have a Christmas tree."
Here are 10 phrases which often get men in trouble with women.
She’s just a friend: Yeah right. If she’s attractive and single we see her as a threat. If she really is just a friend, they need to let us know the reason why. Is it because she’s not their type, she has a boyfriend, she has an annoying personality? We like to be reassured that they’re not secretly into their “friend”.
You put your profile online. You weed out the creepy guys and the poor spellers, the stalkers and the old men. The guys who winked and the guys who give their phone number in the first email. And you’re left with a small core of decent men.
You write back. You flirt. You exchange private emails. You talk on the phone. You meet for coffee. Everything’s going swimmingly. You actually like one of the guys!
What you may have forgotten is that he’s doing this with five other women.
An individual's goal-setting behavior may indicate how they will communicate in relationships.
This guest article from Psych Central was written by Rick Nauert, PhD.
New research suggests an individual’s goal-setting strategy can have an effect on personal relationships.
According to investigators, goal-setting behavior may influence whether people will be comfortable in sharing and communicating.
Attraction is a mysterious and frustrating thing – especially if the guy gives you mixed signals...
By Carol Allen
If you've ever felt at war with yourself over a man, mooning about him one minute and then kicking yourself for even being attracted to him because he did or said something that felt really "off" to you the next, then you know how confusing it can be to figure out if what you're feeling is real or just crazy lust and physical chemistry. Well, men feel this way, too.
More than three years ago, when I was in the midst of saving my marriage, I read about the “speaker listener technique” and about “I statements.” The proponents of these techniques recommended that my husband and I practice them by role playing.
The role playing just felt so contrived and silly. And despite how many problems we had back then, I couldn’t think of any of them when it came time for role playing. My mind would go blank.