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I wrote a post about how men take care of and give gifts to women, and it got a big reaction. Let’s see why.
Many people believe that the world is mainly governed by men. We can look at numbers like how many female presidents there are or the percentage of female millionaires according to Forbes magazine to see this.
I went to the Roland Garros tournament, and I noticed that the area where the men were playing had 50% more spectators than the area where women were playing.
Men are generally physically stronger, come up with more brilliant ideas, and are more competitive. That’s just a fact.
But here’s the interesting part: all these achievements by men are often inspired by women. Every emotionally mature woman dreams of being loved and cherished by her partner. When a man loves a woman, he wants to make her happy and take care of her.
In return, she shows him gratitude, admiration, and loyalty, and she feels special too, thinking, “He makes me feel special, and I want to make him feel special.” This emotional connection makes her feel safe enough to have children with him. However, for women, love for men is often based on certain conditions. Women tend to fall in love with men’s actions and how they treat them.
On the other hand, men usually fall in love with a woman’s beauty and radiance. If a woman has had a difficult relationship with her father, she may suppress her feminine side and find it hard to receive love from men. She might get annoyed with women who easily receive love from men and call them “easy.”
When a man is successful in his career, he tends to choose a partner and show his love through gestures. However, when he’s not successful and financially stable and can’t even afford to buy a coffee for a woman, he may feel insecure. Instead of trying to improve himself and find ways to win a woman’s heart through communication, care, and understanding, he might blame others for being only interested in money.
As women, we want it all in a relationship. Love, respect, faithfulness, communication, and, of course, financial security and gifts. In return, we are willing to give even more, and the most precious gift we can give is our children.
I hear stories every day about women leaving men because men prioritize alcohol, laziness, complaining, and TV over personal growth, learning, fitness, and taking care of themselves.
In my new course, “Alpha, Beta, Gamma Personality: How to Be with a Successful Man,” we will explore these topics in more depth.
P.S. You can also achieve success and receive gifts. In my other online course, “New! How to Receive Gifts, Love, and Attention from Men?”
I will help you understand if there are any psychological barriers that have blocked you from finding a balance between giving and receiving.