10 Serious Relationship Mistakes Men Better Stop Making (Women’s Opinion)

10 Serious Relationship Mistakes Men Better Stop Making (Women’s Opinion)

The old adage that “men are from Mars and women are from Venus” holds truth to it in the sense that men and women think very differently. This can oftentimes lead to tension and conflict in a relationship. If men and women could work to understand each other better, relationships could go more smoothly. Here are ten serious relationship mistakes that men should stop making.

10 Serious Relationship Mistakes Men Better Stop Making (Women's Opinion)

1. You lied to her.

Breaking trust with a woman will rock the foundation of your relationship.

2. You are too mushy.

It is great to act as a support system in a relationship, but women do not want to be the rock and constantly need to provide guidance and comfort. Women want a man who has courage and solid ground, not one who is unstable and emotional. Bravery and practicality are great for relationships.

3. Not listening.

Failing to be attentive will not help strengthen a relationship. Nodding and smiling to everything she says will not make her feel like she is empowered, it will likely make her feel like you do not care.

4. Being a pushover.

When one partner takes complete control of a relationship, it is no longer a partnership. Women dislike men who fail to take initiative and turn to others to make their decisions. Women do not want to have to lead their partner through life. The power in any relationship should be equal.

5. You’re jealous and handle it incorrectly.

If you are jealous of something in or outside of the relationship, talk about it and be open about your feelings. It is not right to search through women’s phone history or make a big deal out of something that is nothing. Do not snoop through personal items just to assume the worst. Jealousy comes from insecurity, which is never good for a relationship.

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