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Why do men say what they think women want to hear? And why does it come out sounding so bad? Author Claire Casey tackles the issue…
What could be so profound about a simple bag of candy? Let me finish the story and I’ll show you how this experience created for me what I think is the perfect analogy for explaining what men really want in women, and reveal how the process of becoming attracted to a women and ultimately falling in love all works for men. I know…I know! It’s a lot to deduce from some silly M&M’s, but here we go…
During lovemaking, there is the potential to release old wounds and cellular memory that is held in the tissue of the pelvic region. This might include the experiences of crying, anger, confusion, or even joy. If a couple makes love consciously with their hearts opened, repressed negative energy in the tissue has the potential to be transformed into joy. So why do so many of us rarely experience this?
Over the past couple of months, many of my past romantic relationships have reached out to me. Even an ex husband whom is the father of my daughter and I have not seen in 13 years. As a result, I have been deeply reflecting on this aspect of my life and wanted to share with you….
A physically attractive guy sees hot girl and thinks to himself: “Wow you’re hot…what else could I ever need!?” Same woman looks back at him and thinks to herself: “Well you’re hot…great, now what else do you have that I need?”
I still remember it…I was just a teenager and for the first time I overheard a girl I liked talking with her girlfriends about some other guy she thought was “soooo hot”. My heart sank into my chest. The guy she was swooning over was athletic with a nice chiseled face few girls would find unfavorable. I felt inferior to him in every way physically and recoiled from pursuing her any more with any kind of confidence that I could be as desirable to her as him.