You can often see articles about what women want and what they want to hear. What about men? We rarely understand what men want to hear from women.
Women often ask questions about men's emotional needs, and the trait of often causing men to worry is reduced, which can be said to be the way they always do it. Evolutionary psychology proves this from another perspective.
Men also have emotional needs, although not as many as women. Before considering what your man wants to hear from you, let's first consider what is the most important factor in proper communication and effective listening. Although we are discussing what your man wants to hear from you, we also want to determine when he wants to communicate - even in rare situations - and whether you can already sense what he wants to hear from you. God has given us all two ears and one mouth, so we can hear twice as much as we say. Effective listening will familiarize you with warning signals that tell you that their emotional needs have not been met.
Women, you often ask your men to communicate more with their own emotions. Okay, come on, here are what they want to hear from you.
1. I will support any efforts you make
We have all heard the saying: Behind every great man, there is always a greater woman. We're not asking you to stay behind men, but there's a song that goes, 'The man who supports you', that's what we're asking for. Support what we need to achieve now. When our beloved woman accepts and encourages us in any way, you will feel incredible for what we have done. When we do the next thing, we hope that women can continue to do so.
2. I accept you and everything you have
For most of us, the acceptance of a loved one outside of our immediate family is the essence of a romantic relationship. However, many interpersonal relationships break down for one reason, that is, because both parties do not accept each other's appearance or form. Don't cry, don't change him. Accept him as a person, or else find someone more suitable. Treat him as a "pet project" where you invest your passion in transforming him, which can help him improve both emotionally and physically (more likely the former).
3. Baby, we are part of a team
A romantic relationship that is similar to any other relationship should be built on a solid foundation of communication, shared tasks, and perspectives. It's a cruel world outside, and it looks increasingly cruel. Just because we are men does not mean that every bit of pressure has to be borne by us, even if sometimes we persist in enduring this pressure. Sometimes we just want to hear from you about things that can lead to a series of unpredictable things. If these things are properly developed, they will be unbreakable.
4. You're very hot (that's what I mean)
Let's face it together - everyone - men and women hope that they have passed the test, are being tested, and are confidently informed that not only have you passed, but also that bystanders recognize you and think you are very good. In fact, this feeling is different from many other feelings, but casual and natural phrases like 'baby, you're hot today' are much better than the commonly used 'I love you' or the monotonous phrase 'you look good' that I hope you don't say.
5. I love you no matter what
Listening to someone you love (especially someone) say 'I love you' has become an expectation for us. This is very common, and in a certain context, speaking too much can become a burden. Do all those who have said this know the implicit meaning? In this heartbreaking era of globalization, are our standards of love decreasing? In many social projects, men must play and follow their own roles and tasks. We are forced to make tremendous efforts and take great risks.
We feel that it is necessary to do all these things, but behind our ideas lies the possibility of failure. Most men believe that everyone wants to hear what their partner says, and they want to feel love in any situation, even if they suffer failure. This is the characteristic of unconditional love - the only true and demonstrable form of love.
From a woman's perspective on her existing interpersonal relationships, it is difficult to sincerely express most of these words. However, the idea of speaking them out may be able to test and determine whether your existing interpersonal relationships are as good as you think.