Nature mandates it. Men and women live on different wavelengths. She’s a processor and he’s a producer, different missions for different folks.
Women live life. A woman processes life by assuming and juggling multiple responsibilities and relationships that she connects, manages, and aims at making her important and achieving happiness. She earns importance but she never reaches her ultimate happiness. Old responsibilities and new tasks always beckon. Thus, she remains a processor throughout life. Important as she becomes, her work is never done. It’s often overwhelming, she thinks, and she could surely use the assistance of a results-oriented man to resolve her most challenging problems. She has all that it takes to make such a mate happy.
Men shape life. A man produces results to make life tolerable at least and magnificent at best. His natural need for self-admiration keeps him focused on producing more and better, on accomplishing whatever earns admiration—his or that of others. His work is never done either, but disconnected responsibilities and accomplishments enable him to take time off. Whereas his woman always has something else to do, he can take a break without feeling guilty. He does so well accomplishing what he sets out to do that, he thinks, I can provide, protect, and make a mate happy if one would only support and appreciate my magnificent potential.
Consequently, men and women live differently. A woman focuses on people and things that make her feel important on the never-ending road to happiness. A man focuses on making life easier and more enjoyable for himself.
It’s their natural condition. It’s where they are when emotions, beliefs, and conscious thoughts bring man and woman together, drive them apart, or just make them tolerable or intolerable to be around. That’s the rest of the story!!!