Differences in the sexes continue.
- A man wants his hut or castle outfitted for physical comfort. A woman wants her nest lined with emotional comfort.
- The male nature competes first and cooperates when necessary. The female nature cooperates first and competes when necessary.
- A man thrives on a woman’s support and gratefulness for what he does, because he thinks he deserves it. A woman thrives on her man’s devoted attentions, because it confirms her value and self-love.
- A man’s desire for his woman to maintain their home is much, much stronger than her natural objections. (But not her feminist objections or female-ego opposition.)
- A man will call his hut a castle, if he’s treated as the king. A woman’s ego resists treating him that way, because she’s naturally driven to dominate her nest and their home.
- When a woman wants comfort and understanding, she discloses to a specific man. When a man wants comfort and understanding, he does not disclose but turns to a woman.
- Men have distinct missions in life. Women have life as their mission.
- Women want comfort and companionship in needy times and the future. Men want comfort daily after a hard day’s work.
- A woman craves to associate closely with at least one strong, highly masculine figure. A man craves freedom, often temporarily from his woman.
- Love and sex are fine to a husband, but they are fillers rather than glue. Because it works for them, wives mistakenly think love and sex make relationship glue.
More to come.