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We might call men self-centered, insensitive and narcissistic at times, but it’s those exact traits that can make their lives so much less complicated than the empathetic, constantly analytical female. Here are a few ways it would benefit women to think more like men.
You may have graduated from college, landed a great job, have your own apartment and feel like a total grownup but your ideas about men and how to develop a relationship might be stuck in time.
Here’s a pill that’s hard to swallow: the way things are in your love life is exactly the way you like them to be. Sure, you say you’re not happy being single. And maybe you’re not happy, but you’re comfortable. You’re not facing any of your fears or leaving your comfort zone—two things you would have to do to find a relationship. And, the typical human being tends to prefer what they know—even if they don’t necessarily like it—than the unknown, even if that may come with more pleasure. Here are 8 things and thoughts that may be limiting your chances at a soul connection.
It’s said that you always meet someone just when you weren’t looking. It’s said that love finds you. And, for any single female, these sayings can get annoying. Are you supposed to walk around with your head down, not paying attention to your male counterparts? Ceasing the search for love doesn’t mean you have to become a cold Beyotch to the male race. But, there are some behaviors you should avoid because they will only land you in something you think is love. Like these:
Men think they’ve got it all figured out—why they’re winning the game of attracting women or why they are going home alone again from the bar. They believe they know their strengths and their weaknesses. They try to leverage what they believe are their strengths and suppress the qualities they believe turn us off. But sometimes, they’re just wrong. And the reason we like them—or are trying to avoid them—is far different from what they think. Many men have these misconceptions about what women want.