Everyone is stubborn when they believe they are right.
It doesn't matter whether you are male or female.
Having said that the only person we can control is ourself.
Therefore if you are trying to get someone to change you are likely to become frustrated or disappointed and they are likely to become resentful of you. People change when THEY want to change. Ultimately we all are searching for someone who loves and adores us for who we are.
Life is short! You can either waste your time trying to get someone to do what you want them to do (against their will) or you can find someone that (naturally wants what you do). If you want an apple but buy an onion instead, whose fault is that? The CHOICE is YOURS!
by topgunjager 2 years ago
Why are there so many different races if we all came from adam and eve? Does it support evolution that we changed to different faces and colors and body types because we were exposed to different conditions that made our body adapt? If not then pls. explain.
by Brian Slater 6 years ago
Why are some men seen as stubborn when it comes to fixing their relationship.
by LoganG 7 years ago
How do you engage someone in debate who is extremely stubborn in their opinions?And not a formal debate, just a fair discussion on a topic such as religion or politics.
by blessedp 6 years ago
Why do some men change?When they are told I am pregnant. Everything was great before but as soon as am pregnant nothing remains the same. Guys why?
by albertovich 6 years ago
Why do old people get stubborn?I'm having a hard time understanding and/or accepting my father in laws comments...what gives?Is he senile?
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Why the most Hubbers are females? Why there are less male Hubbers?
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