How A Man Hears Language…

On the other hand, a woman needs to realise that when she talks to a man, he hears it only as information. He runs on information because he’s a logical thinker. When she wants to talk to a man, she has to learn to tell him what she thinks, not what she feels.

Sometimes a woman will become upset at something that a man has done and will start crying. Again, a woman needs to release her emotions and she often expresses them through her tears. However, the man says, “I’m going to leave. I’ll come back when you’ve settled down and we can talk “.

To a woman, he’s being cold. What he’s really saying is, ” I’m looking for information, and I’m not receiving any. There is no reason for me to be here”. So, he goes away for a while, and then comes back and asks, “Are you ready to talk now?” He doesn’t understand that the woman has been trying to communicate something to him through her emotions.

Because his response is related to his design, a woman needs to work with the equipment the way its made. She can sit down and say, “Honey, I have something to say to you. I did not feel appreciated and it really made me feel less valued by you when you did not open the door for me tonight in front of our friends. I know you didn’t do it intentionally, but it is important for others to know that you respect me. I love you very much, and I want to be as dignified as possible to make you proud”.

A man wants a woman’s information; he doesn’t want her tears because he doesn’t know how to respond to them. This is a serious point of difference and conflict between women and men.

The woman cries, but the man cannot ” feel” her tears. He feels sorry that she is crying, but he wants to know what he can do to fix things. He wants information.

Blessings and Love

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23 thoughts on “How A Man Hears Language…

  1. I like this, I believe I may have found the woman of my dreams. I say this as I open the door for you to walk through. Only joking, you make an insightful point that makes perfect sense.


  2. Indeed, you hit the nail on the head in reminding us of the differences of how men and women think….understanding and accepting those differences is how we bridge the “communication gap”. Well said!


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