4 thoughts on “How Men Deal With Women’s Emotions (Men and Crying) Part 1

  • March 24, 2016 at 11:54 am

    There’s so many articles writing by women on how to handle/receive/react/respond to women when they are in distress. I’m personally sick to death of hearing it. There’s not one article that talks about what the man goes through emotionally and psychologically. Women expect too much from men and drain the life out of them with their failure to deal with stress in harmonious ways. As a man, I get screamed at, hurtful comments are thrown at me, I get blamed. I’m never good another, I’m not listening properly, the list goes on and on. I do listen, infact people have said it’s one of my greatest strengths. But what I can’t do is listen to the same broken record on repeat for days on end for years. Men can’t respond in rage and distress infront of their woman, it scares them and they panic. Why should it be any different for a woman? Women want far too much from their men and it’s no wonder why they stop caring and leave. A man has to go through multiple broken hearts in his relationship and after the name calling and outbursts he’s forced to endure his partner just wants his love and can’t understand why he’s shut off. I think women should get out of their own selfish ways and stop demanding their man meets their needs and start working on how they deal with stress. It’s childish, egocentric and borderline narcissistic.

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    • May 5, 2016 at 3:17 pm

      Damn! that’s exactly how I feel about these articles, and this issue. It’s exactly what I’ve been thinking when reading them. What about our feelings and needs?

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    • May 24, 2016 at 6:47 am

      Okay, it looks like you’ve been through a lot. I think you’re taking these articles the wrong way though, entirely wrong. You might want to take second and rethink what you’re saying. This is an article simply giving advice to men that want it; men who struggle with dealing with a particular situation. If you want to write an article about how you think women should react to a man in need (or whatever) then you should write it! But it’s pretty known that a lot of men have trouble when dealing with emotional situation like these, mainly because a lot of men aren’t even taught how to really express their own emotions to others besides anger it seems. If you love someone and feel like you need some advice for your relationship then there’s nothing wrong with taking it. If you’re really getting blamed and screamed at like you said then maybe you should question the person you’re being screamed at by and not the whole half of the human population, my friend.

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  • May 7, 2017 at 10:01 am

    I’m a 20 year-old guy, and my girlfriend (also 20) is what you could call a frequent crier. Let me just say that I agree with your article. I’m not repulsed or offended by or uncomfortable with her tears. I consider it an honor that she chooses to share them with me. When she’s crying, and I’m holding her and comforting her, and listening to what’s wrong, it is a very intimate thing and we always comes away from it closer. Same applies in reverse when I’m crying (and I am not ashamed to admit that I cry). She loves it when I wipe away her tears after she’s done crying. And, sometimes, after she’s done I will tickle her to try to make her laugh and hopefully forget why she was crying to begin with. I love her and I love her tears because they are part of her. They convey feelings that words are inadequate to convey. And on the occasions when we are both crying together at the same time (and they do happen and are not all that rare), that’s the best.

    Great article!!

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