How does one find out the truth about how a man feels?

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  1. Vishaaa profile image76
    Vishaaaposted 7 years ago

    How does one find out the truth about how a man feels?

  2. lovelife08 profile image61
    lovelife08posted 7 years ago

    Depends.  How honest is he to start with?  If he is honest, you can find out by simply talking to him.  If he is a liar, you can always trust him to lie...

  3. Ashantina profile image59
    Ashantinaposted 7 years ago

    trust your feelings....... ask him.
    And if youre still in doubt............... phone a psychic!!!! smile))

  4. stricktlydating profile image84
    stricktlydatingposted 7 years ago

    By either asking him outright, or by finding out over time (He will show you by his actions).

  5. Dr. Amilia profile image38
    Dr. Amiliaposted 7 years ago

    You can never really know.

    Unless they explicitly explain.

  6. websclubs profile image53
    websclubsposted 7 years ago

    A man whose entire inner world his peace and for his sleep impenetrable barriers separate from ones feeling.

    Truth about how a man feels: it's by what a man dose not what a man says. Man feels joy when he's healthy and happy.

    If you deprive a man of self-confidence, it weakens his energy, and deprives a man of self-respect.

    From early childhood these buffers being to grow and strengthen in him, taking from him the possibility of ever seeing his

    contradictions and therefore, for him there is no danger whatever of a sudden awakening all those inner sufferings.

    It's every possible discomfort from the awakening of his conscience state in which a man begins to study himself.

    A permanent phenomenon of were there are no contradictions no suffering on the contrary it is joy of a totally new character;

    Of which we are unable to fully understand. How a man feels and thinks he alone is always right. A man's life consists of buffers.

    The reason is the same, man's ignorance and the deep sleep in which a man live.

    To a man it's everything that is opposed to his desires or interests. As he understands and feels, it to be, in his own best interests.

    Exactly it is naive and useless to hope that a man will ever understand that he is asleep and only if he wishes to awake. To this truth

    is only for those who understand that they are asleep. Those who do not wish to be awake cannot feel or understand a permanent phenomenon. Nor find out the truth about how a man feels. A man cannot destroy contradictions. But if buffers are created in him, he can cease to feel them.

    And then he will not feel the impact from the clash of contradictory views, contradictory emotions, contradictory words. Buffers are created slowly and gradually. Very many buffers are created artificially through education.

    A man is surrounded by people who live, speak, think, and feel by means of buffers. Imitating them in their opinions, actions, and words, a man involuntarily creates similar buffers in himself. These buffers make a man's life more easy.

    Because buffers are made to lessen shocks and it is only shocks that can lead a man out of the state in which he lives, that is waken him. Buffers lull a man to sleep, give him the agreeable and peaceful sensation that all will be well, that no contradictions exist and that he can sleep in peace.

    Buffers are appliances by means of which a man can always feel to be in the right. http://hubpages.com/profile/websclubs

  7. shanaya profile image76
    shanayaposted 7 years ago

    Since men do not discuss their feelings as easily as women does. It is often difficult to determine just what they expect or need.

    They want you to be concerned about them.

    They like to be appreciated in what ever they do.

    Give him the opportunity to speak up about what he feels is missing in your life. Communication is the key to a successful life.

  8. Loveslove profile image57
    Lovesloveposted 7 years ago

    Try asking him...although you may not like the answer !!

  9. profile image0
    reeltaulkposted 7 years ago

    Ask him........flat out ask him and his body language will tell you the truth.  Turn your ears off for a sec and his body language will do the rest.  Just be ready and available to accept whatever "the truth" is

  10. Coach Julie profile image56
    Coach Julieposted 7 years ago

    The only way to know what someone is thinking is by asking him.

  11. maria.rose profile image36
    maria.roseposted 7 years ago

    you don't need to find out the truth, it will reveal it self or the truth always come to light,no matter how long it takes,so why the need to find out when sooner it will unvail itself.

  12. tsmog profile image81
    tsmogposted 7 years ago

    begin by reading men are from Mars and women are from Venus , , ,or if he invites you into his cave, then he will be honest with you there.

  13. NappyMuse profile image57
    NappyMuseposted 7 years ago

    1. Ask him.
    2. Listen to what he says.
    3. Listen to what he doesn't say and yet assume nothing.
    4. Listen to what HE DOES.

    I am hubbing on this topic.

  14. edhan profile image59
    edhanposted 7 years ago

    Ask a straight question about what you want to know. It is just as simple as that.

    Sometimes things are difficult when you try to hint but he does not get the message. So, be outright with your question. You will get a direct answer.

  15. stevea24us49 profile image57
    stevea24us49posted 7 years ago

    I would think the best way is to be truthful with him if he should want to know the same about a women feelings. Don't be afraid to ask and use some tact when you do so. Don't make him feel like your giving him the 3rd degree and don't ever push him or force him to tell his feelings that would create a very big conflict. I would make sure that he is comfortable and will be willing to share how he feels.

    One very important thing to keep in mind is if he does share his feelings to you except the very first things that he will say and don't be asking allot of questions. If you look into his eyes and you feel that he is truthful with is responses then leave it at that.

    If you like what he is telling you then be happy and then change the subject and move on to other important issues in your relationship.

    If your looking for how he feels about you and he has deep feelings for you then he will tell you the truth. If thats not the case then its time to move on and look for someone that will be honest with you.

  16. Ramsa1 profile image60
    Ramsa1posted 7 years ago

    It depends on the man. Some men don't like to be asked straightforward questions and some men don't mind at all. So you will have to know a bit about the man you're dealing with.

    It will also depend on whether he feels he can be open with you.

    The bottom line: it will take time to find out the truth about how a man feels. Ditto for women.

  17. Barry Silver profile image58
    Barry Silverposted 7 years ago

    Ask him. If you don't trust the answer, there is no reason to hang around.

  18. Zubair Ahmed profile image70
    Zubair Ahmedposted 7 years ago

    Just talk to him.  If he is really in love with you then there is no reason why he would hide anything from you, other than to protect your feelings.  If he thinks by saying something or telling you something may hurt your feelings then he may decide to withhold that from you.  I see no harm in that, in a way it is true love.

 
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