Is it healty for a man to be very submissive to a woman in a relationship
It is unhealthy for either partner in a 2-person romantic or personal-partnership relationship to be very submissive to the other.
If "both people" are getting what they want from a relationship then it is healthy. Everyone is entitled to their own preferences!
The rest of us can only think in terms of what we consider to be healthy for "ourselves". Personally I'd rather be in "agreement" with someone than play a "submissive" or dominant role.
Why dont you just be who you are! All of these questions that you ask to try and figure out what will make you perfect for whoever wont! Maybe it will last for a while, but in the end the other person you are trying to appease will know and more than likely be repulsed. This will only causes confusion and bring separation. If you want to be submissive.....be that! If she doesn't love you the way you are move on......#plainandsimple
Im with dashingscorpio on this one.
And dont "be" anything but YOU!!!
no it's not. submission is not a good thing for either the man or the woman. for men, it will destroy your relationship because though women say they want a guy who is sensitive and soft, they don't in most cases.
No. They should submit to one another in love, preferring each others needs above their own.
Submission in bed is another matter, and it's nice to be very submissive sometimes.
What dash said, as long as both people in the relationship are emotionally and physically satisfied with the arraignment then it doesn't matter what the particulars of the relationship dynamic are.
It Depends Some time one has to give in to submission to retain the relation Some women abuse and bully men not out of Sadistic gratification but correctional behaviour .When a man is stinged with terse pointed taunts accompanied with some physical bashing , it creates a pain in the flesh and memory This pain till it does not cease to stop ,reminds the message given by the women.
Life is not easy
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