Male psychology dating relationships
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Men’s childhood trauma will usually evolve to other addictions and obsessions revolving around accomplishments and ego rather than this sort of addictive behavior in relationships.I chalked it up to the bad boy allure and kept riding the same rollercoaster with different names and faces for many years — until I picked up Robin Norwood’s 1985 classic, “Women Who Love Too Much.”Reading this book sharpened my focus around this cyclical pattern of subconsciously choosing partners I couldn’t genuinely form a healthy connection with. I wouldn’t say so, but the book did illuminate for me the road that I was walking down and after reading it, I began to take ownership in who I was attracted to and the role I was playing in partnerships.So if you relate even a little bit with falling for unavailable men cyclically, I strongly recommend you read this article. Norwood touches on this disclaimer in her book and I’d like to repeat it before diving in myself — men can certainly fall in the same paradigm, but due to cultural and biological factors, they tend to avoid pain through pursuits that are more external and impersonal than relationships.achieving, providing, protecting, going after status in their community.Canoodling, cooing and cuddling, while serving a purpose when their mind is set to it, can only take place when everything else about being a man is taken cared of.
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