Good Morning Sweets Friends,
Last night someone shared a phrase, a wise nugget I'd say. " Women try to mold their husband into something they aren't, while men just want their wife to stay as she was on their wedding day ".
Isn't that so true? I've heard married men say " She is so different than when we got married ". Granted this may be 20 years later but the basis is accurate.
Think about it...We, as women, try to influence our men do be how we want them. Like children, often they need to be taught, shown and guided. For some reason, we don't often accept them just as they are.
When I heard that phrase I replied " yes, we become something other than who he married, because he stopped trying ". I mean, that is just my opinion but I truly believe it to be true.
After a while, the excitement goes away. If a couple does not grow and morph together and keep putting in the effort to learn, show love and support in the ways that speak to their partner well, the people that initially got married are gone. They are different people to one another. Make sense?
I thought it was fascinating because I certainly have heard this before and I do believe that most women see men for their foundation but have this idea of who they may become whereas men, see, conquer and want things to stay the same.
When I say the same, a big thing I am referring to is sex which so often is out the door FAST but again, my theory on that is " he stopped trying ". I don't mean he stopped trying to get in your pants, I mean he stopped trying to make you feel special, loved, heard and supported. Our heart and mind get aroused before our lady parts and for some reason, THIS gets forgotten.
Now I am rambling and about to get into an entirely new topic but wanted to share what I thought was a very accurate phrase and something to think about.
It is fascinating that as females, we want to change our men and they just want us to stay the same.
Have a wonderful day XO
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