The point of my post is that most, not all, women do not want to be a mother to their significant others. The romantic aspect of the relationship is finished. Again, you can disagree or agree but if a man isn't giving emotional support to his woman, is being babied by his woman, and is sucking up all the emotional support in the relationship, the romance will go as well. A woman needs emotional support in a romantic relationship for it to be successful, and while men need some emotional support it's not high on our list. Men aren't very emotional as you can tell; we're more logical. Yes, that is the reason men don't talk about
their feelings. Yes, there are differences in the genders. So hopefully we can all agree that women need to be emotionally supported in a loving, romantic relationship.
Now, Subdued I must have touched a nerve about
your life because of the lashing dished out by you. It was a personal attack, in my opinion. Obviously, you're not getting the emotional support you need in your relationship because your boyfriend can't show it. I don't know the details of your relationship, but you'd have a more fulfilling relationship if you were getting emotional support from your significant other, wouldn't you agree?
Then again, some women thrive on being a mother(or playing the mother role) to their significant others. Does that describe you? It makes these women feel needed and important, and no doubt psycholologically unhealthy. Without exception, a romantic relationship cannot exist under these circumstances.
I don't know about most other guys here, I don't want my girlfriend being my mother. That's just my opinion, and about most men's.
As far as dating women that are like my mother, no thanks. I have one mother who loves me, and that's all I need.
Post Edited (blueclassring) : 3/27/2011 2:45:08 PM (GMT-6)