Do you believe women change their mind regarding breakups more than men?
I read a statement claiming when women end a relationship there is more of a chance for reconciliation compared to when men end a relationship. If you find this to be true why do you think it is?
Well from the guys I know it's usually because 1. They weren't really in love with you in the first place. They were using you for side candy. 2.) Maybe did really love you, but can't afford to have their heart broken again. 3.) Don't want to be judged, hear negative criticism, nagging, and how you pick out all their mistakes and short comings. They are not as strong as woman emotionally, spiritually, and usually need you to be patient, understanding, compassionate, and forgiving. 4.) just can't keep a commitment and it's to hard for them because of past issues. 5.) Some times you're not the issue, and it's so not about you, but them dealing with baggage.
I'm talking about dumping someone and later on for some reason you decide you want to get back together. According to the statement I read it seems when a man dumps a woman it's more permanent. Men rarely change their minds about breakups.
I think yes. Since most men do have consistent behavior, they are unlikely to give another try!
I think that women don't like being lonely so they use their ex's as fillers or someone that is convienant so they don't have to actually learn how to live without depending on someone else emotionally. I think a lot of women think they can also change men and they like when someone needs them. Men I haven't noticed in my experience play back and forth after they do the breaking up, I have noticed that they are sure of their choice before they actually do it.
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