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7 Myths Why Women Can’t Attract or Keep a Man

Myth 1- When a man disappears or decides to not be in a relationship with you any longer it’s because there’s something you did or didn’t do.  {This myth is all about blame and who’s at fault here.}

Myth 2- Men will magically transform and become a perfect partner if a woman knows the right things to do to keep him satisfied.  {Do you really believe that a man will change because of something you do? This can be true is some situations, but he has to change because he wants to, not because he has too, or because it’s convenient for both of you.}

Myth 3- It’s a women’s job to know how to attract a man, and make a man feel attraction for her.    {Again, this is about one person taking the responsibility, not both.}

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2 Responses to 7 Myths Why Women Can’t Attract or Keep a Man

  1. de Carabas October 16, 2012 at 7:49 pm #

    Hi,

    Excellent stuff here, just what I needed to hear!

    “Its not my job to keep a man.” so simple yet so true. If on the recieving end of a break up (even if I wasn’t that happy with things anyway and contemplating a break myself) I admit I do question what I did wrong or what’s wrong with me.

    My current relationship is in unrequited love and I’m working on myself about that. I was thinking about the relationship and still very much in love. I was unhappy with how little we went out and some other small things, not big enough for a break up as we had a wonderful, happy relationship.
    Right when I was having my doubts, he broke up with me, and seemed to struggle with it as much or more than I did. He was also aware he wasn’t making me 100% happy, so in some ways I think he was “getting in first” as afraid to be the one rejected.
    But he never really left, and we stayed in this weird half-relationship, where we had all the elements of a relationship bar holding hands and saying “I love you” but it was expressed otherwise. I know I’m sending out a certain energy as I make it hard for people to love me and I do regret thinking those fussy thoughts as now all I want is for things to be as they were.

    • Tony Rivera October 16, 2012 at 9:30 pm #

      Thanks for commenting. I don’t really believe we do anything wrong in that sense. We all make mistakes, however, when we learn from them, they are not mistakes, they are lessons. Please keep reading my articles and commenting, I believe things will change. When we learn from our mistakes, we can only get better.

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