Sexist men underestimate their power in romantic relationships


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4 thoughts on “Sexist men underestimate their power in romantic relationships”

  1. I was raised to find my power within myself and not to depend on my wife to verify it. Dad was a gentleman-traditional, in many ways, but a gentleman. He was not threatened by having a strong, outspoken woman for a wife. My brothers and I followed suit.

  2. I thought it was interesting that the one comment that followed the article was a man who found fault with the article because of the word used “sexism” or “sexist”. I found this article enlightening because it explains they why of my first two marriages. It boils down to the theory of push pull. Sometimes women and men struggle to fit in to a preconceived mold of what and who they should be in a relationship and therein lies the rub.

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