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Why Men Need Women and Vice Versa


 Why Men Need Women and Vice Versa


Why Men Need Women and Vice Versa


Men Need Women and Vice Versa

Do you need to read this article? Are you wondering why it’s important? If your answer to either of these questions is yes, please continue reading because this article will show you the importance of both men and women, and why we need each other equally.


What a woman requires from a man?

A woman deserves a man who is honorable, fair, and ethical. After all, she is an equal partner in every relationship. In fact, a recent survey by Oxygen Media revealed that when women look for a partner, they’re most attracted to men who are kind. The next big turn-on for women: honesty. Eighty-four percent of respondents said they want a partner who is honest and truthful—which should come as no surprise! Honorable, fair, and ethical – these three traits should be non-negotiable for any man hoping to attract a quality woman.


Why is it important for men and women to work together?

Men and women have different strengths, and the very best workplaces (the ones that are truly innovative and full of opportunities) are the ones that capitalize on these differences. In fact, we’re hard-wired to work together: when men and women work together, they can produce exceptional results in the workplace. But gender diversity isn’t a nice to have; it’s actually proven to drive business results.


Many People Are Not Ready for a Relationship

Relationships bring about great joy, but many people are simply not ready for one. Sometimes you just need some time to be single. It’s not a bad thing to want more things from life before you settle down, so if you think that’s what’s holding you back from having a relationship, hold off on going full steam ahead until your needs are met. You can also try taking things slowly by staying friends for a little while first—after all, it doesn’t make sense to get serious about someone who isn’t even your friend yet! And remember that it’s never too late to find love; there are plenty of successful couples out there who have waited until later in life to enter into committed relationships.


Single Relationships  Make People Lazy

It’s not love. It’s a lack of motivation. For example, while our minds are excellent at building new memories to avoid future heartache (which is why men remember their exes but can't remember directions), they're just as capable of generating ideas for activities you can do alone.


The World is Bigger than Dating Apps

The world is full of eligible, single people who are not on dating apps. In fact, research shows that 80% of couples who meet offline go on to marry one another. For example, there are a lot of meet-cute stories about finding love at coffee shops or through friends—but you don’t have to limit yourself to these two options when it comes to meeting people. To find love in real life, stay open to all opportunities (even those you might not be sure about). For example, if you’re out with friends one night and someone across the room catches your eye but she seems like she’s probably not interested in talking to you, think about whether or not that initial gut feeling is true or worth ignoring.


There are Physical Benefits to Sex

Sex promotes your health in ways that are very literal. Regular sexual activity can increase feelings of well-being, help you sleep better, boost your immune system, and help protect against heart disease. And yes, it's possible to have too much sex—but it's difficult to have enough of it. Having regular sex can actually lower blood pressure levels, decrease stress hormone levels, relieve pain associated with menstrual cramps and headaches (known as a premenstrual syndrome), and improve a woman’s overall emotional wellbeing by increasing oxytocin levels in her brain. And when a person is happy, their body processes food differently—women who had frequent sex during their most fertile times of the month were shown to eat more protein than those who did not. Sex makes women healthier!


Friendships Are Different than Relationships

In a relationship, you’re involved in an intimate connection with another person. But there are countless people you can have relationships with—your family, friends, co-workers, and more. A close relationship is simply one that brings out your best qualities. Friendships do just that: They let you be yourself without fear of judgment or criticism, they make you feel comfortable opening up about things you wouldn’t talk about to others, they challenge your thoughts and beliefs in ways that encourage growth, and they offer practical advice when needed, they give you opportunities to learn new skills and offer support when those skills come into play. Every friend has strengths—from emotional support to intelligence to humor—that are great assets in both personal relationships and professional environments.


Some People Won’t Like You Just Because You’re in a Relationship

If you’re in a relationship, there’s no need to go on that double date. This will make some people like you less. You see, a lot of people have an underlying fear that if they're not single, someone else will get to experience what they want most: true love with another human being. Of course, these are very insecure people who make bad decisions; but no matter how much you try to explain that you’re actually happy with your current partner, it won’t matter. There are those who don't want anyone else to be happy; instead, they just want everyone else to suffer so they can feel better about themselves. Unfortunately for them (and fortunately for everyone else), when other people fall in love, we all win.