Men tend to hide their worries. Even their families and boyfriends are usually unaware of the concerns and weaknesses that the majority of guys are hiding. Because they are told that strong guys don't get terrified, boys dont cry, males tend to hide their fears. If they do posses a lot of anxiety, they are never to tell any one because if they do, they could lose respect and have no advantage over other guys in the market.
Most guys are unaware of these worries because hiding them is so instinctive for them. It doesn't take much prodding to recognize them because they are on the surface. One male confided in me, "My boy's facing marriage problems, but, I ain't tryna hear non of that, I gat problems too, so what?" he continued.
Men find it simple to conceal their phobias in public settings than when they are more relaxed and authentic in their private life. Additionally, intimate partners deliberately try to be more vulnerable and transparent with one another than they do in public.
What else do men fear?
Men worry about being tied down to the wrong woman, especially if she makes him miserable. He worries that she'll nag him as his mother did and begin to resemble his grandmother. He doesn't mind if there are a few wrinkles. He worries she'll change into someone he can't recognize and wouldn't want to sleep with.
Men don't want to be portrayed as fools, suckers, or "simps." No man desires to be duped into serving as a cash-cow. He would feel cheap if he was used as a cash-cow. Resentment intensifies and trust is lost, which causes a relationship to fall apart.
Men also worry that their wives/girlfriends/lovers will be unfaithful to them. The majority of males are scared of happening in this situation, especially if there are kids present. Men go through thoughts in their heads. He is aware that if this happens, he will have to choose between his own emotional health and the emotional health of his kids. People's lives are ruined by this kind of crap.
Men believe that a majority of women do not value tools, machinery and high artisanship. A man's pride and delight are his most priceless possessions. It might be machinery or a vehicle. He will permit her to use his tools or vehicle if he truly loves her. It's a sign that he values and trusts her more than his possessions, thus it's a symbolic gesture.
Men want to be with attractive women, but they are worried about being judged by the same standards. If men were subjected to the same scrutiny, they wouldn't be able to face themselves.
Men are attracted to women who ask or initiate because it makes getting a yes less painful for them. Fear of rejection also, in my opinion, contributes to the fact that many men settle for unsatisfactory relationships and don't fully assert ourselves out of concern that we won't be able to find anyone else or that, if we annoy our partners, they might leave us. Weak men, not strong ones, are produced by this dynamic of unworthiness.
Men fear being dumped or divorced. Why? They believe its a woman's world in social media and in court. How he handles a relationship will be influenced by the demand to be "masculine". Men simply have a different style from women; their feelings are the same. No matter how emotionless they may appear, males are also susceptible. They also might be crushed. A man typically won't tell you when he feels weak because he has a profound need to be affirmed.
The important thing is to not swallow your resentment when a man lets you down. It's crucial to express your opinions. But you must be very clear that your displeasure is with our deeds or omissions, not with us as a person or a partner. Most likely, we, i.e men, have feelings about your behavior that we're afraid to voice because we fear that you'll get upset and withhold them or turn the conversation into a tit for tat bitch session.
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