Doesn't sound like a great idea to me. If a man is scared and can't even stand up to me, why would I want him?
Some times men behave being too pushy and selfish;Shouldnt they be taught a bit of a lesson occasionally?
What's good for the goose is good for the gander. Goes both ways.
However, if you really want a loving relationship "being put in their place" is not a good approach. It would never work with me, nor has it ever worked with anyone I cared about.
You know that saying, "Do unto others...." I think that's the best advice.
If the people you're hanging out with don't live by that motto, you're hanging out with the wrong people. Move on.
Pushy and selfish is different than brave and strong, but I still wouldn't want him "under my heel".
Keep him under the heel doesnt mean physically to be done like that....Literally it means to keep him under your control and make him obey what you want and prefer!
No. If I control him, how would I know that he loves me?
If anyone wants to control someone, get a robot that has no thoughts, and feelings of their own.
No emotionally healthy person would want that kind of thing - man, woman, whoever. It's only ignorant people and/or people with personality disorders who want to control anyone or make another adult "obey".
"Literally" would literally mean physically, but I didn't think you meant that at all.
You probably meant it figuratively, by exerting some kind of psychological control, which is very negative in my view. I think most women would prefer a mate who is at least mentally equal and not subject to manipulation by anyone.
I could pass on this concept. I don't want someone under my heel. I want someone who will stand BESIDE me.
If I have to scare someone into behaving the way that makes me happy; then I am with the wrong person.
Why would you want to be with someone who is always scared, and why would someone want to be with someone who always scares them?
I'd walk far, far, away and not look back.
Do you ladies have "the look"? My hubby hates my "look" and avoids it at almost all costs. I'm not really sure what he's talking about, but I hear his pals describe their wives' "look," so I know I'm not the only woman who has it. lol
The beauty of a lady lies in her soul and in her commitment.......I dont think looks matter more as years of intimacy progress.However...men usually prefer their ladies to remain tidy most of the time.
No, not looks..."the look," as in a mean look aimed at the man when he messes up.
I have a family member who doesn't really have "a look" but has always had this thing she does where he breathes in loudly through her nose - kind of a long, drawn-out, sniff. It's always been a real sign she's not thrilled with what her husband did/said. I just don't know how she thought up that particular sign.
Big hammer, bust knee caps.. Oh wait, thats from a movie!
Seriously tho the sort of person who wants to control another is someone I would not trust, might just be the sort to use a big hammer. It's obvious they got issues
Entice him, entrance him, excite him. He may not be "under your heel" but he'll be on his knees . . . mmm, now that's what I like!
What an idea!!! Why would you want to do that anyway? What good can that bring to a relationship?! And if you succeed, ever wandered what does that make you?!
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