Because I have.
It was around a year ago when I was very bothered that my crush liked my best friend and not me. I wanted to find out what I was doing wrong. Boys somehow never fell for me, I was pretty and sweet but somehow I wasn't anyone's type. After I went to a couple of internet site I realized my problem and, I am right now, in the stage of fixing it.
I found out that men are even more emotional creatures than women, its just that they their very soft inner side hides under a very thick layer of masculine. I, personally, like it that men are masculine, but its not healthy to hide away all emotions, for this reason men die earlier than women. This is really sad.
Do men look for relationship advice just as desperately as women?
Is it true that men want to talk about their emotions but they only open up to people they really trust.
And how do I become someone a man can trust?
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i haven't really. I've really isolated myself from the relationship-drama aspect of life. I just observe peoples mistakes. god. that makes me sound like a stalker. anyway, guys get just as confused about girls as the other way around, but guys don't really trust their clique or whatever and don't really go searching for advice from them, its more of a solo thing. so yeah. guys have to be strong and always know what to do, by the stereotype. as for being someone a guy can trust, easy, do whatever you do to make a normal person trust you. talk to them, be there for them, forgive them when needed, and I personally think that if you trust someone with you're deeper being, after a while of course, theyll be more inclined to trust you. so yeah. and you're right, another stereotype- men don't cry and can't display emotion, too bad too many guys conform to that.1
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