Myths About Men
Women who think they know it all about men are in for a surprise. Just as men seem, at times, clueless about women so are the gals when it comes to knowing their guys. How so?
Paul Carrick Brunson, author of "It's Complicated (But It Doesn't Have to Be) A Modern Guide to Finding and Keeping Love", has uncovered a few of the biggest misconceptions. Here are some as listed by MSN.
Men aren't as talkative as women--False. When researchers have tried to compare the number of words used by both men and women in the same situation, the differences were negligible.
Men don't like to be asked out--False. Everyone appreciates being admired and having someone show enough interest to ask you out is the ultimate showing of flattery.
Men are intimidated by strong women--False. The word intimidated is the most misused word in dating. Yes, some men are intimidated in select scenarios but most of the time men are not intimidated (but attracted) to strong women.
Men don't gossip--False. The Social Issues Research Centre, a nonprofit think tank, has conducted numerous studies on gossip have found that 33 percent of men indulge in gossip daily or almost every day — compared with 26 percent of women.
Those are just the top of the iceberg. There are more male myths you ladies should be aware of so start checking.
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