Here are ten ways I’ve noticed men are BETTER at relationships than women:
1. Men are less likely to hold grudges.
Women have no problem reminding you what
it truly means to be scorn. But let’s face it,
remembering a forgotten birthday ten years
later (after continuous scolding) is over kill,
ladies. Most men, won’t partake in such
cattiness, they are like little kids in that they
typically forgive and forget within 10 minutes
of an incident.
2. Men are less likely to treat their adult
partners like children.
When is the last time you heard a husband
scold his wife for wearing an inappropriate
shirt, or order her to do the dishes? Just let
that sink in.
3. Men have a lot more patience.
It’s not often that women would wait an
extra hour and be late so that he could get
his hair perfected, and then still say, “Honey,
you look great!” Chanced are we’d be livid
and pout the entire car ride. Not to mention,
how many women do you know who would
accompany him to the golf course with as
much patience as he displays in shopping
malls? I’m willing to bet, not many.
4. Men handle their partner’s intense
emotions with more kindness.
How many men do you know who will stop
arguing and comfort her if she cries in anger,
and how many women do you know who will
do the same if he yells in anger?
6. Men don’t habitually gossip about details
of their partners’ personal lives.
Women support an entire gossip media
industry that does nothing but discuss the
intimate details of other people’s personal
lives and this rarely is different when it
comes to the tiresome details of their own
7. Men don’t sweat the small stuff as often.
Think about it: Which parent is always
stressing about the dirty clothes at 10 PM
when the twin toddlers have finally been
wrangled into their beds — Mom or Dad?
8. Men are more hopeful.
They still believe in marriage and are willing
to get married, in spite of a very unjust
judicial system that continues to award
women an unfair amount of custody and
lifetime spousal support settlements that
seem entirely out of proportion to logic. On
the other hand, there are women who
become so jaded (and dare I say it — bitter)
after bad relationships that sometimes they
lose faith in men, as a whole.
9. In general, men complain less.
I could go on and on with this example, but
just the lack of a major self-help book
industry for men, compared to women, is
indicative of which gender constantly places
their energy focusing on a laundry basket full
problems (and un-fixable ones, at that).
10. Men are more at peace with the way
Women are more likely to remain in one gear
— that gear being “improvement” mode; this
results in them pressuring everyone to
improve the relationship, the house, the bank
Maybe (just maybe) if more women were
open to learning about: patience, tolerance,
forgiveness, and being at peace with “what
is” from the men in their lives, there’d be a
significant decrease in relationship stress for
everyone. I not sure why most women feel
the constant need to one up their lives, but I
do think that most of us are far more
competitive this way in comparison to men.
The problem is your attempt to “improve”
what’s truly not broken doesn’t contribute to
the peace, harmony, and stability — OR FUN
— of romantic relationships.
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