Archive | May, 2014

WHY DO WOMEN GET MAD AT THE OTHER WOMAN?

16 May

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ACCORDING TO DR. EVAN MARC KATZ…
Men, regardless of relationship status, get a chemical high in seeing attractive women.
Men can appreciate the female form, either clothed or naked.
Men, regardless of relationship status, get a chemical high in seeing attractive women.
Men are aroused by images of clothed or naked women (but not as much as you’d think.)

What I’d like to add to all of those ideas is that none of that should affect your relationship…unless you make it affect your relationship.

In other words:
GOOD men, regardless of relationship status, get a chemical high in seeing attractive women.
GOOD men can appreciate the female form, either clothed or naked.
GOOD men are aroused by images of clothed or naked women (but not as much as you’d think.)

Without covering the entire landscape of debates about DNA or evolution or propagation of the species, here’s my take on the whole thing:

Men, since the beginning of time, were designed to spread their seed.
Because monogamy lowers the chances that our genes will survive, men are not, by nature, monogamous creatures. We choose monogamy because we deem that it’s more beneficial to have love, stability, and a nuclear family than to have lots of children running around with our eyes. But make no mistake, monogamy is a choice, not a natural state.
Men can watch porn, fantasize about other women, and still be great husbands and fathers.
Anyway, in my estimation, the male sex drive has nothing to do with kindness or personality or compatibility. It is entirely based on physical attraction, which we feel instantly with the release of dopamine, serotonin, and testosterone. This is why men can know if they would sleep with you in less than five seconds.

SO WHY DO WOMEN GET MAD AT THE OTHER WOMAN WHEN A MAN IS ATTRACTED TO THAT WOMAN OR CHEATS WITH ANOTHER WOMAN?

Men, by nature, look at other women regardless of their relationship status and will always be attracted to other women.  Should we make men wrong for their nature? Should we make women wrong if they were looked at or hit on?    The answer to both questions is NO, not unless they acted on it.   If the male is in a committed relationship and breaks the commitment of his relationship then HE is wrong, not the woman.  And if the woman is in a committed relationship and she cheats then she is wrong to her committed partner, not the said man that she cheated with.

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