Dating an unemotional man


Sorry, Brad Pitt got it wrong. The first rule of “Fight Club” is “don’t talk about your feelings.” Don’t get me wrong, there very well may be an appropriate time to chat about the status of your relationship and where it is or isn’t going. That moment is definitely not during any manly activities including but not limited to: watching television, playing sports, eating food, or reading Playboy. And when you do talk, he uses words that make him seem open, honest, and deep, but in the process he makes the conversation awkward. As a side note, the word “penetrate” is NEVER sexy, not even if you’re Ryan Gosling.

Stick to these basic thirteen rules so they won’t go radio silent again The biggest problem with a text message or email is that it is not always read the way you is read through the jaded thoughts and preconceived notions of the reader. Whatever you put into written word has the potential to be is a tricky thing because you may have sent him a message that was taken the wrong way and scared him off—or even made him you are jealous of some other thing or girl in his life, either learn to accept it, or move on. If it is girl talk, why would you think a guy wants to read it?He isn’t going to placate your jealous nature in a response text—that is for sure. Even more, if it is something personal that you really want to share or discuss, you aren’t creating intimacy clueing him in on a text message.

But remember, this guy isn’t wrong, and it’s not necessarily his fault. If he’s a normal male, he was conditioned into this through his upbringing and doesn’t even know it’s going on with him. Thus, underneath all of these behaviors lie unconscious motives that serve to keep him safe in his comfort zone.


Dating an unemotional man

Dating an unemotional man



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