Times Men Think Before They Feel, And It Upsets Women

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March 5, 2013 ‐ By Julia Austin
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You know women are feelers and men are thinkers. (Okay, let’s be real: women are just feelers and thinkers, while men are mostly just thinkers). Men tend to pay attention to their head before their heart when making decisions. In some arenas of life it is a strength, but in the arena of love it’s only a detriment. Men eventually feel the implications of their decisions on an emotional level, we just get there way before they do and it’s irritating waiting for them to catch up. Here are 14 times that men think before they feel, and it pisses women off.

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  • Mr. Frazier

    No men operate like this at all

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Anthony-Muthapukkin-Tinney/100001244269956 Anthony blak martian Tinney

    As a man i “think” the author of this story needs to STFU!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Anthony-Muthapukkin-Tinney/100001244269956 Anthony blak martian Tinney

    Grafting female mannerisms onto men,and thinking men aren`t smart enough to notice.Nice try,not buying it.

  • SAD_FACED_CLOWN

    No man that I know rationalizes any of these situations in this way….if you believe men think like this no wonder you’re single

    • NYshorty

      You took the words right out my mouth!

  • Nope

    “Taking Separate Cars”

    lol, I just experienced this last week. And I STILL don’t think it would’ve made sense for me to drive 10 minutes back in the opposite direction to pick her up, when I was just 5 minutes away from where we needed to be….

    But to sum this list up, pretty much a man not thinking about the relationship 24/7 or thinking like a woman.

    • Richie

      where we often go wrong, is in trying to use reason to solve our problems. love is not based on practicalities; it is based on emotion. focus not on the distance you will drive, but on the bond you will share. in this circumstance, arriving in separate cars seems like the educated thing to do; however, over the course of time, educated conclusions such as these will leave you and your partner emotionally disconnected. do not undermine the sensual aspects of your relationship. you must always deliberate based on your bond, not on what is practical.

      • tiredofthebs

        co-sign!