Are you in a relationship where you’re afraid to bring up some of your very valid and pressing concerns because you’re scared of your girlfriend or wife blowing up and having an emotional meltdown? Do you avoid discussing issues and problems because you don’t want to deal with over-reactions and highly charged confrontations that never seem to address those issues? Do you need help expressing your emotions and expectations in a way that avoids arguments and unnecessary fighting? If so, I’ve written a guide just for you.
Men are usually scared of talking to their partners about issues because they’ve painted a picture in their mind of a crying wife or girlfriend that doesn’t seem to understand their point of view.
I get it. You don’t like feeling unheard. You don’t like being constantly accused of being selfish or unsympathetic or a jerk. You don’t fully understand why your partner keeps telling you that she feels like you don’t prioritize her or that you don’t care about her or that you don’t give her enough attention. It can be incredibly frustrating to hear those accusations, especially when you’re trying to be honest and productive about your problems.
As someone who understands most women ( turns out I am one 😉 ), I have loads of insight as to why women do and say the seemingly perplexing things we do. I also have the insight to tell you how to navigate around those seemingly illogical kinks so that you stop viewing your partner as some crazy maze that always changes. Yes, women are mysterious, but this is the wrong kind of mystery and you don’t have to put up with it.
As someone with a great deal of experience talking to and relating to men, I have a good understanding of your frustrations and general reactions to most women’s behaviours and responses. I address those concerns in this concise guide that will help you understand your argument and position in a way that leads to better communication and connection in your relationship.
I really hope this guide helps bring more connection and awareness to your relationship- both with yourself and your partner. Please reach out and tell me what you think! If you enjoyed the book, please leave a review 🙂
Thanks and happy reading!