When time comes for intimate conversation guys clam up, offer a few grunts and expect women to magically understand what's going on. However, something else many don't realize is, men are more fragile than women.In order for them to talk, things have to be right.I had a fun, heated discussion on the forum with one of the members in my “Relationship Roadmap” program and it once again just shows how our mindsets and poor beliefs create walls that can often ruin our relationships.What I mean by walls is what I mentioned above: our poor core values and beliefs, our close-minded opinions which we assume are fact when they’re not, and our ego gets in the way and tries to ‘protect’ us by saying we’re right.When they see their partner upset, it reassures them that they care. Dr Brenda Shoshanna, psychologist, workshop leader, is the award-winning author of many books.Others have seen their parents fighting and this is the only role model they have. Her most recent book "Jewish Dharma (Guide to the Practice of Judaism and Zen)," offers new ways of healing both relationships and all aspects of our lives.
Recently a woman came to me and said, "I finally found a wonderful man but I'm miserable in the relationship.
Everyday I worry that he'll find out who I really am and leave." This woman not only expected rejection, she actually did little things to bring it about.