Love, Marriage, and Stinking Thinking – The Feminization of America

Mark talks about “girly men” and the feminization of America and the Church, including Dr. Steven Clark’s list, The Signs of a Feminized Man. Mark and Debbie talk about teaching men to live by their feelings not being a good idea.

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Dating Tips for Guys: A Woman’s Perspective : How to Understand Women

Understanding women starts with listening carefully and continues with asking questions by asking how she feels. Learn to speak the secret language of women with dating advice from a female dating coach in this free video on dating tips for guys.

Expert: Jessica Claire
Contact: www.newyorkdatingcoach.com
Bio: Jessica Claire is the host of her own midnight hour talk radio show, where she gives advice on dating.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller

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Whats "Love" got to do with it? What R your thoughts Women? Men your advice highly encouraged?

Should a woman stay with a man because of Love and Marriage?

I’ve seen instances where women put up with men who don’t have jobs, don’t pay any bills, cheats, lies, abuses, etc; but the woman doesn’t leave because she loves him and they have been married for many years (vows: through thick and thin/standing by his side). I guess they feel like they’ve invested so much time into the marriage and staying with the man is required! So my question is do you think the woman should stay with him dependent on the fact that they are married or because she truly loves him?

I’ve read the answers given and alot of you are twisting the question to what its not!
I know that women can do all the wrong things a man can, but this question isnt to bash deadbeat men!!! Its was simply to find out if a woman should put up with a husband who is not holding up his side of the bargain/deal in the marriage! And if staying b/c of love/marriage were good enough reasons?

All I can say is that woman who stay are not staying because they love them so much they stay because they are afraid of the unknown. No they shouldn’t stay with a man who cares little about the woman who he is suppose to love and protect and take care off.

So to your question i say that a woman should tally up her losses, which by the way should have been done years ago, and move on to fulfill her life with out the weight of her husband keeping her boat in one place and collecting barnacles.

Why do women so often want to be in commited relationships with men?

I’m not saying that there is anything wrong with wanting a relationship now and then, but why do women at seemingly ever age so often want to be in commited relationships with men?

They want to make sure that their children will have a daddy around to help raise them.

Why are men so dull? Relationship advice…?

My boyfriend says that he doesn’t like talking on the phone and I think that its important for any relationship to communicate on a regular basis. We’ve established seeing each other on a routine schedule 3 times a week, but in between those times I feel like there’s no connection. We’ve been going out for 7 years, he’s always said that he doesn’t like talking on the phone and instead he makes the effort to try to see me on a regular basis. But this is getting TOO regular and boring. Is it just me? Or he’s plainly dull? What do you think I can do?

By the way, I trust him completely and I really don’t think its cheating or another girl type of issue. He is not like that and this is more a conflict of preference.

Any comment would be appreciated!!! …especially if you feel the same :(

im like that i don’t like talking on the phone, but try txting more. its quicker and less intrusive into everyday tasks and you can say anything even in the middle of the day out in public and not worry about others around you hearing

me and my ex used to send about 200 a day to each other

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Dating Tips for Guys: A Woman’s Perspective : How to Tell If a Girl Likes You

Does the girl like you? You can tell if a girl likes you by clues in her body language, including leaning close and touching her face. Find out when that special girl really likes you with dating advice from a female dating coach in this free video on dating tips for guys.

Expert: Jessica Claire
Contact: www.newyorkdatingcoach.com
Bio: Jessica Claire is the host of her own midnight hour talk radio show, where she gives advice on dating.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller

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I’m in love with a married man, need advice please.?

I am in love with a married man and no he has not cheated on his wife with me nor have we had any intentions or talked in a sexual or relationship way. It all started when we where young 10-11 years old he came with my brother from america to china to visit with him and spend the summer here(yes he is american and white that doesn’t matter to me). While he was down here i got to know him very well and he actually one day stopped me from being raped and saved my life all at the same time. From that day i became entranced with him he sat along my bed side all night as i cried and shivered in fear and he just silently sat there not saying any thing or doing any thing just there. Threw that summer we hung out allot and he became a really good friend and i wanted it to be more but we both knew he had to go back to america after the summer was up he also treated me in a way like a sister (very frustrating when you love some one). So when he want back we kept in contact emailed each other at least once a week and he has always sent me a birthday gift. We have visited each other threw out the years when possible. then about 4 years ago i got married and it ended up being to an abusive man and he got married about 5 months later. Well i got divorced about 1 year ago and he is still married and we still talk. But i can’t see loving any one else but him we are both close to our thirties now and his marrige is in a rough spot and i seceritly wish he would divorce her so that i can try and get him. He has a daughter and he just adores him i want that type of man. Every man i find doesn’t even come close to the type of man his is no one is as great of a person and i can’t see loving any one else. i Send him a long email about 3 days ago telling him how i felt and he said this in responce. I love you but i am married now i will always love you as family but as for right now i am married and have a daughter i can’t just walk away from this"
I understand his point but i can’t help loveing him and if i could i would clone him so that he can stay married and i can have the copy to keep all to my self. I can’t ecplaine why i love this man so much nor can i just forget about him he feels like the one, my body mind and soul long for him but he isn’t advailable. We will always be good friends and i wont try and mess up or interfear with his marrige i am not that type of woman. Any advice on how to get over him or get to the point not every man has to stack up to him i can just be happy with a good man?
thank you for your advice

As hard as it might seem, you need to move on and find someone who is available to receive your love.

Good luck!

Does the relationship a girl has with her father affect their relationships with men?

I have heard that a girls relationship with their dad can affect their future relationships with men, is this true?
I had a great relationship with my father (though he died when I 16), but somehow I can’t make relationships with men work.
Suggestions?

It can, that isn’t true for all women. Women who had a really great relationship with their father usually end up choosing men that are like their father. And women who had abusive fathers or didn’t have a relationship with him, can wind up having multiple partners because they lack that male attention. Again, this isn’t true for all women. But most of us have to go though the losers before we find a winner.

Do men ever listen?? Relationship advice please?

I’ve been dating my boyfriend for a little over a year. We are both 21, met at college, and still attend school together. At one point or another in our relationship, I feel that a spark has died. He had always been very easy going in the beginning of the relationship, which was one of the main things that attracted me to him. At some point though, he became somewhat jealous, or possessive, or something (I can’t quite figure it out). He gets very mad at me over nothing, which again, I can’t quite figure it out. For example, he for some reason is upset if I want to hang out with some girlfriends without inviting him. He always apologizes after I tell him how ridiculous he is for getting mad and he says it will never happen again, but then it all starts over again the next time he decides to get angry. At this point, I am so frustrated because I love him dearly but desperately want a change. He never hits me or anything or yells at me, he just gives me the cold shoulder. I told him that something has to change with us and I don’t think he understands my frustration. He blames work for his moods, but I think it lies deeper.
Thoughts?

Get the **** out of there ! Abuse does not have to be physical, he is playing with your emotions and that is unhealthy.

If he will not admit to having these serious issues and look for help, I say get out while you can. This is not something that will disappear, it will just get worse and worse as he feels he ”owns” you more and more the longer you are together.

If he is not open to changing now or negates the problem, take a break to show him how serious it is. DO NOT wait until you have a house, joint account and kids before realizing he won’t change…