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 Post subject: Interesting article
PostPosted: 09 Nov 2011, 06:24 
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http://postmasculine.com/emotional-needs-part-1

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I’ve zeroed in on what I consider to be the three primary emotional motivators when it comes to sex, dating and relationships. These three motivators exist for everyone, both men and women, straight and homosexual, old and young. And how we meet them or don’t meet them determines the quality and duration of our interactions and relationships.

Fundamental Emotional Needs in Dating:
1. Status (Feeling important or superior, feeling challenged)
2. Connection (Feeling understood and appreciated, shared values and experiences)
3. Security (Feeling safe and reliable, trust)


Well, I know that 2 is the most important for me (which, I must say, is very difficult for me to find). Followed, somewhat distantly, by 1. I think that I need to work on finding 3. But, thing is, it seems that most women don't really offer that and it's up to the guy to find it within himself.

I'm looking forward to the next article in this series, which supposedly shows you how to satisfy these emotional needs for your partner. I've got my fingers crossed that the advice it offers isn't some vague nonsense.

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Tenda Lucas wrote:
http://postmasculine.com/emotional-needs-part-1

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I’ve zeroed in on what I consider to be the three primary emotional motivators when it comes to sex, dating and relationships. These three motivators exist for everyone, both men and women, straight and homosexual, old and young. And how we meet them or don’t meet them determines the quality and duration of our interactions and relationships.

Fundamental Emotional Needs in Dating:
1. Status (Feeling important or superior, feeling challenged)
2. Connection (Feeling understood and appreciated, shared values and experiences)
3. Security (Feeling safe and reliable, trust)


Well, I know that 2 is the most important for me (which, I must say, is very difficult for me to find). Followed, somewhat distantly, by 1. I think that I need to work on finding 3. But, thing is, it seems that most women don't really offer that and it's up to the guy to find it within himself.

I'm looking forward to the next article in this series, which supposedly shows you how to satisfy these emotional needs for your partner. I've got my fingers crossed that the advice it offers isn't some vague nonsense.


I've read the articles

Could you elaborate what you mean?

Do you feel you don't connect with women?

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load of bullshit, n 1 reason is lust...

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