Do You Know The 4 Things Men Hide From Their Wives?

Relationships are obviously a two-way thing, and both need to feel they are getting some of what they want within it.
If you are looking for a partner to make you feel worthy, you will likely end up with someone who is looking for the same thing. Relationships are healthy when each person already feels inherently valuable, not when they expect the other person to give them their sense of inner worth.
Relationships take work, it’s a commitment to one another to work through what ever comes up in life, to work through the little annoying triggers that pop up now and then and it’s only when we make that commitment to our self and our partner that we feel secure in a loving and lasting relationship for our WellBeing…

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http://www.self.com/wellness/relationships/2015/05/4-things-men-hide-from-their-wives?mbid=synd_yhealthNo matter how long you’ve been married or how well you know each other, there are at least a handful of specific things guys commonly keep super-close to the vest. It’s not that he’s stewing in his own closet of skeletons (let’s hope, at least), but your guy might need a little help expressing himself when it comes to insecurities, emotions or needs. We asked a couple therapists to give us a peek into his brain—what he’s thinking, what he’s saying and what he isn’t saying—but definitely should be, too.

“By nature, men are less emotional than women,” says Detroit-based clinical therapist Tomanika Witherspoon, LMSW. “I often have to probe the men more than the women to expand on their concerns.” And it’s not because they don’t have emotions or concerns, but because men have likely been taught to work through these things independently—or bury them—from early childhood. View the full story at this link…