Power and control in dating relationships
We want to know that he’s going to stick it out through the tough times, and be there for us when things get ugly in life. We want him to care for us at the deepest level, and love us like no other man could. But the reason I’m bringing up this statement is because I would really like to see women begin to ask themselves why they’re doing things. But, having the goal of getting all the control and all the power in a relationship doesn’t lead to healthy relationships. And being on guard often (not that you do this; but perhaps some women you know do this? It’s natural for human beings to think of themselves; it’s intuitive.I admit that I’m not surprised to read that; stuff like that is everywhere on the internet! It’s not that I disagree – far from it – in fact, I do agree with this statement; if you are being pursued, then you generally have more power in the relationship. However, the very concept that a woman need seek power in a relationship supersedes her ability to love completely. Power/control over how much pain you might potentially experience? (Click here to take the quiz on “Am I Dating a Commitment Friendly Man? If it’s for fun, and you’re doing it to be more flirtatious and fun-loving, there’s nothing wrong with playing hard-to-get. I really do think that more men need to man up and last the test of time with their woman – they need to understand and embrace the woman’s ‘ocean of emotion’, and he needs to stand strong.Not only does a man want acceptance, he wants a woman who can give him love even when he makes huge mistakes – when he makes a wrong decision! And it’s not just men, really, who wants someone to love them only when it’s easy?Now, I know that above I said something which will anger some women, but those of you who know my work well know exactly what I mean.I think that the power to show our vulnerabilities is true power.
Fulfillment doesn’t come from keeping power to ourselves, and being on guard ‘just in case’.
Far from it – I think in a passionate relationship; that the woman’s need to be chased should be fulfilled through the years.
Both spouses should be playful and enjoy doing this.
I’m not saying a woman should sit there and take bad treatment. A feminine woman is not out there so seek control, see. (Click here to take the quiz on “How Naturally Feminine Am I Actually?
”)My next logical statement (stemming from this idea of having all the power in a relationship) is: There are different types of power.