Men Fall in Love Through Dumb Luck
Have you noticed that most books about relationships are purchased by women vs. men?
In fact, there’s a good chance this might be at a ratio of 9 to 1, meaning women are more interested in understanding relationships far more than men.
Here’s the thing, men often focus on ONE aspect of the mating dance which has nothing to do with how to navigate the mating dance.
In today’s episode, we are going to explore the DEEPER questions one might ask before diving into the dating process.
Let’s talk about… Men Fall in Love Through Dumb Luck
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Lisa Cunningham says
You are right, the woman is in charge of the relationship’s destiny and men can be clueless. Men are discouraged from expressing their feelings.
It’s a shame that boys aren’t raised differently. I wouldn’t waste my time with a man who doesn’t want to learn how to improve our relationship. So I’ve been alone for several years!
I have read quite a few books about dating and relationships. Plus I had happily married parents who provided a lot of great lessons. But it’s frustrating that I can’t meet an emotionally mature man.
Jonathon Aslay says
Thanks for writing Lisa and I believe that both men & women on average do very little work healing. While women tend to study relationships more than men, the most important part of the journey is being happy in ones own skin whether they are in relationship or not. HUGS to you.