The Real Reasons Men Break Up With Women


Are listed here.

1. Women don’t listen. When a man says something, give him a chance to speak. Listen to what he says. The problem is that sometimes, guys will end up with someone who makes him feel as though he doesn’t know what he’s talking about. We’re not always right, but we do have opinions, and it gets under our skin when we’re made to feel like our opinion doesn’t matter. Who wants to stay with someone like that? How to Keep Your Man: Communication

2. Women listen to their friends too much. We understand the need for female friendship. We can go with the girls’ night out deal. But when you start letting your single girlfriends (who constantly run guys off, or haven’t dated since antenna TV) get into the business of your relationship, that’s asking for trouble. You want to think that your man has a mind of his own when he’s out with the guys, right? We’re no different. We expect you to talk to your girlfriends, even if it’s about us. Just be careful what you decide to bring back from those conversations.

3. The relationship is NOT a family affair. We’re not trying to take you away from your family. This is a relationship, not a kidnapping. However, if we’re mature enough to leave home and keep what goes on between us just between us, then is it too much to ask of you to do the same? If you tell your mom and your sisters about every single argument and disagreement that we have, then don’t you think that they’re not going to like us very much? Then you’ll wonder why we don’t like going around them, right?

There are seven more if you’re interested and I have to say they are pretty much on the mark, especially good ole Number 8, “Don’t you ever have anything nice to say?” Women constantly complain that men never do anything to help around the house, but also constantly complain that those same men never do anything correct, (i.e the way they do it).  Then they sit back and complain some more when their man stops doing it altogether never realizing, or worse refusing to accept, that they are the cause – or at least a major part of it.

It’s like that show Real Estate Intervention where homeowners refuse to drop their asking price of $500,00 even when better houses are barely selling for $300,000.   No matter how many times it’s pointed out to you gals you just don’t get it.  Well, many of you don’t.

Frankly I think 99% of problems that women have with men could be solved with regular positive reinforcement and a weekly surprise blow job (pretty much the same thing really).

But hey, what do I know, I’m just a man and know what I like.


How men’s and women’s brains work during an argument. Check it out.



  1. Whoa, sweety. I’m open-minded (and extremely supportive of my man), but this guy is a whiny baby! Or completely snakebit in the relationship department — or both.

    “Can’t your man do anything right?” Oh, boo hoo and get over it. He comes across as if every woman on earth has the need to bitch or she’ll explode. That’s like saying every man on earth is a closet repression case with an Oedipus complex.

    He says it’s in a man’s nature to want to be recognized for the good things he does. Well, that’s in *everyone’s* nature.

    RF, bringin’ the Kleenex

  2. If it is in everyone’s nature how come women seem to ignore the need in man’s nature?

    • I don’t know the answer to that, luv. Seems it’s really situational; some relationships don’t deal with that aspect at all, and others face it constantly. I do subscribe to the Mars/Venus paradigm — I know men and women are wired totally differently. It’s how a couple deal with those differences that really counts. And when one side of the equation breaks down…

      I’m rambling. Shoulda stopped after the first sentence. Suffice it to say that while not every woman ignores the intrinsic male needs, it’s obviously a persistent and even pervasive issue. I admit: we femmes ain’t perfect either.

  3. I’m reading a book titled Love and Respect: The Love She Most Desires, The Respect He Desperately Needs. It says many of the same kinds of things that Dr. Laura said in The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands, except that Love and Respect looks specifically at the needs of both men and women. (Dr. Laura’s book does, too, except that she basically says women’s needs will be met if they will just show the respect and care their man needs.) Other than hot, unbridled sex with his woman, respect is said to be a man’s greatest need. It meets his need to be protector, conqueror, hero, especially to his woman and their family.

    Love and Respect is written by a former pastor and approaches the subject from a Christian base in the letter of the Apostle Paul to the Ephesians (chapter 5; New Testament). He describes the Crazy Cycle, that so many couples get into: He feels disrespected and reacts in an unloving manner; she feels unloved and reacts with disrespect, and around and around they go. Been there, done that. There’s a way out.

    Obviously, anyone who is not interested in anything a (former) pastor has to say will not be likely to read this book. So I recommend Dr. Laura’s book, very highly. Emerson’s is just more balanced, but Dr. Laura makes it crystal clear: The way for a woman to feel loved and cherished is to let her man know she respects him, looks up to him, considers him her hero. This is not the path to slavery or the loss of power.

    Okay…jumping off the soapbox. But the women’s movement has done more to harm the psyche of women, as well as men, than it has helped.

  4. This list describes my wife PERFECTLY.

    • It describes most women perfectly, and I say so knowing full well I may lose some wonderful gal readers – LOL

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