My thoughts lately have been floating around this….
When it comes to creating a successful relationship, a true partnership leading to long term commitment are the majority of men just lost?
Let’s look at two factors
First men as providers and protectors, in the United States women outnumber men in the work force and in recent years, over 8 million men have lost their jobs which have led to a HIGH depression rate amongst men.
The second one is that we have fewer life skills and are walking around with our childhood wounds clearly in full bloom.
So is it any wonder men are lost these days?
If a man (or woman) wants companionship and sex, yet lacks the skills or experience to create a successful partnership…. does that make him a bad guy?
Just because a man may not have the courage to overcome his fears in the moment, doesn’t mean he is emotionally unavailable?
Let’s take a step backward…
Prior to the 60’s the relationship vision for men was marriage.
Clear cut, marriage was how we achieved companionship and sex.
Given the divorce rate and so many unhappy marriages, the landscape for long term relationships have changed.
Men & Women both crave attention, affection, companionship and sex
Men want love just as much as women
S0, how do we achieve that without the stress of the relationship destination getting in the way?