Men like women to be gentle and considerate, naturally beautiful, hardworking and able to manage their homes... Women always think that men are like this, why not listen to them?
After chatting with hundreds of men about their ideal intimate relationships, the following 'men's manifesto' was collected:
When I mention that she makes me feel stressed, she can readily accept it without accusing me of being picky or not loving her. I hope she can bring our relationship closer according to the method 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 demands; In addition, I also don't want her subconsciously harboring some stereotypes and negative feelings about men.
She knows that communication should be two-way. After our argument, we can calmly discuss the reasons, and I hope she knows that part of my intense reaction was influenced by her. I don't want to be referred to as the 'problematic party' or 'not knowing how to love someone'.
She loves the true me, not the perfect me in her fantasies. I don't want to just satisfy her romantic fantasies, because I know that reality is not like this, and the result may make her even more disappointed.
She will not sacrifice anything else around her for me or our relationship; Because she does this, it makes me feel compelled to give more than I am willing to give. In other words, I hope the woman I love can understand that when I give less than she expected, it's not necessarily my fault.
She can allow me to have my own opinions and won't force me to change them if she thinks my opinions are inappropriate. When encountering problems, she can fight alongside me; When we have an argument, she can see it as a way of communication to bring each other closer, rather than thinking that I'm asking a question to find trouble.
She won't overly demand that I surpass my own abilities to make her happy. I also don't want her to change herself to cater to me, and I hope I am responsible for her sacrifice. She doesn't just tell me about any dissatisfaction with our relationship, but rather suggests some ways to improve it.
I don't want to constantly guess her thoughts. Is she unhappy now? When a problem arises, being informed of its existence is not enough; I would prefer her to work with me to solve the problem.
I may be a more self centered person, but I don't want my motives to be misunderstood; I don't want to do anything wrong when I just don't value this relationship.
She can give me what I want, not what she wants me to get.
She won't overestimate or underestimate me, I'm just an ordinary person - with both strengths and weaknesses, and like her, I also have a fragile side.
I believe that when women understand the struggles men face in sexual relationships and the changing traditional relationships, love will also make both parties feel more satisfied. In fact, a happy sexual relationship not only enables both parties to enjoy a healthy life, but also frees them from the tragedy of the long-standing separation between the sexes due to understanding.