Women always think that men are like this, why not listen to their own thoughts? What expectations do men have for the woman they love? Body shape, appearance, ability, family background, and personality may all be possible, but a sincere intimate relationship begins when the man feels that the woman truly loves him.
When love is built solely on unilateral needs and feelings, it is like a fragile glass ball that shatters upon collision. However, when women are able to admit that all emotional difficulties stem from each other's attempts to understand and like each other better, men no longer become the only inconsiderate and unwilling partner in a sexual relationship.
The meaning of 'truly loving a man' is to avoid criticizing his motivation to love you; Avoid placing him in the gender category - for example, being picky about men always doing this, men always doing that; Understand his abilities and avoid asking him to give more than he can; And to avoid unfairly shifting responsibility onto him when there are problems in the relationship.
After chatting with hundreds of men about their ideal intimate relationships, the following 'men's manifesto' was collected:
Men's hopes and needs:
When I mention that she makes me feel stressed, she can readily accept it without accusing me of nitpicking or not loving her. I hope she can bring our relationship closer according to the methods we discussed
She can admit that she also has a selfish side. I am not the only person who is self-centered, and her own efforts in love are limited. Sometimes she only uses me to meet her requirements. In addition, I do not want her subconscious to hide some stereotypes and negative feelings about men
(Intern Editor: Chen Hao)