2585. More Tips for Women — 19

  1. He competes as a matter of his nature. She senses that competing with him before marriage and cooperating afterward best protects her interests that are continually under both internal and external pressures.
  2. Women do not need a man, but they want help to be accessible in difficult times. Men enjoy it to rescue a woman, but it isn’t the same as living with her.
  3. Women need a brighter future for them and theirs, and husbands who trust them leave it for wives to anticipate, cooperate, plan, and coordinate.
  4. Women naturally act as if they need and can depend on a specific man. The compliment seduces him to favor her interest, if he can resolve her complaints. If not, he loses interest in her.
  5. Women want help when they need it in a world they can’t dominate, but men leave it for women to handle until women depend on their man.
  6. Women work to love. Men love to work. Else, neither makes a compatible mate.
  7. Women are born pretty. Men are born handy. Mates who perceive each other that way promote compatibility.
  8. She fears abandonment the most. He mostly fears insignificance, which is the reverse of what he conceives about his accomplishments and accumulation of satisfactions in his life. To the extent that wife fails to uphold husband’s sense of significance, she flirts with abandonment.
  9. She’s motivated to seek self-importance. He’s motivated to seek self-admiration. As each accepts, admires, and confirms their respective motivational pressures, each becomes more worthy to the other.
  10. He wants independence both inside and outside a relationship. She wants togetherness both inside and outside whatever their ‘arrangement’ happens to be.


Filed under Dear daughter, feminine, marriage, sex differences

2 responses to “2585. More Tips for Women — 19

  1. stephanie deGange

    thank you for making issues clearer

  2. my husband says, when I asked him about your last point being true for him, that He is dependent on his family and likes his family dependent on him. I noticed he does like his space, but know his family keeps him stable.

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