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Partners recognize that they have different temperaments, strengths, vulnerabilities, and emotional histories, which can create issues, but still. He says that you still should try to connect (on simple topics) and not to take offense if we're shut down. Successful intimate relationships are partnerships of equals, characterized by intimacy which evolves through mutual self-disclosure and sincerity, and are based on shared values, wants, needs, and goals. But I think Gray only references space as far as the relationship troubles go (an other heavy topics).It's not a partnership this way, it's self indulgent and selfish.A strong independent woman will have her own friends and interests and will not need his company 24/7 but if he continues to 'pull away' if he's maxed out his intimacy quota on are gulag basis he risks his relationship or his marriage if HE doesn't learn to deal with the responsibility of being part of someone else's life or part of a family.“Relationships are like elastic bands,” my friend explained. Of course we aren't perfect and we both screw up at times (sometimes we REALLY screw up) but we make it our main priority to always be kind and that in of itself is worth so much. I have read John Gray's book and various blog advice posts from him and they all irritate me massively because 80% of them persists in telling women how men think and feel, and how basically women should learn to control themselves, stop being 'needy' and ignore their feelings of hurt and rejection when her object of desire 'pulls away'.
I know that I can't have anything which I am not willing to give, so to me the risk is well worth it.
Is there a science to making better dating decisions?
It's 5.30pm on Friday night, and you have a date for 8pm.
Men and women have interests and hobbies in a relationship but that's all.
If a man can't cope with being in a relationship then he shouldn't be in one because he's clearly ill equipped to embrace the responsibility as a fully emotionally functional human being.