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Men like Bill resent women for even having needs, because they don't see them as equal partners in a relationship.
And men like Bill punish their partners for making emotional demands.
They shut down discussions, accuse their partner of being 'dramatic', or tell them they're too 'emotional' when they express their feelings.
They call women with needs 'high maintenance' and demanding, when really it is them who is not forthcoming.
But wait – who said being high-maintenance was always a bad thing?
Sometimes those qualities that seem to be turn-offs can actually be attractive.
Of course, not every man requires emotional intimacy, and that is fine.
Not every woman requires emotional intimacy either.
I kept reading."You are kind, active and fun," he wrote. But then: "You are mid-range on the maintenance scale."Mid-range on the maintenance scale? It speaks of machinery and equipment, inanimate objects that require servicing to remain in good working order. But relationships aren't about maintenance and servicing. A relationship is a connection between two people, who work to know, support and nurture each other on multiple levels.But men like Bill of Tinder should own their own needs, rather than accuse women of being unreasonable in theirs.A more honest profile should read:"You are kind, honest and fun.Just because a woman likes to dress up before leaving the house, it doesn't mean she's going to be a mean or self-absorbed person.Besides, even if it takes the woman in question three hours to get ready every morning, and lots of trips to the hairdresser or nail salon, those are activities she enjoys doing and doesn't say anything about her personality.