Nurture a Strong Loving Bond
Not all relationships are abusive. When you have a healthy relationship, here is how to take it from being a good relationship to being an awesome one. Guessing what your man is thinking can become an eternal agonising quest. This is because men are not usually able to voice their feelings and emotions. I have often explained the science of men and women’s hormonal wiring to women who have come to me for readings (and sometimes I’ve explained it to men as well). When keeping these things in mind, you can easily enhance and Nurture a Strong Loving Bond.
Our Hormonal Wiring
Women are hormonally wired to love, foster harmony, be nurturing, create community, and be emotionally sensitive to others. If you’re a woman, to be happy you need an environment where you feel understood, safe, and emotionally secure.
Men, on the other hand, are hormonally wired to fight, hunt, have sex (and plenty of it). To protect, and be competitive and aggressive. None of that fits with a woman’s wired desire for harmony, deep love, and emotional safety.
So what can we do? How can guys and girls live comfortably with each other when they are wired at opposite ends of the spectrum. What can you do as a woman to help yourself and your relationship?
When you begin your journey searching for a partner to bond with, you could be subliminally looking for a ‘soft’ man, a caring individual – perhaps the opposite to the kind of man whom you have so far experienced in your life. ‘Softness’ is your term for non-aggressive and non-abusive and usually refers to an empathic man.
If you have been surrounded by ‘strong’, assertive males in your family or recent relationships, you will probably be longing for the opposite, especially if those ‘strong’ males hurt your heart or completely missed your needs for love and empathy.
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Thanks for reading,
Psychic Madeline Rose
Here’s a site where you’ll find my writings.
The Bravehearts of Belgrave High is now published. I have completed the first in a series of novels that I wrote for teens. It is the courageous story of a young girl growing up in a home filled with domestic violence. She also has to endure a school and neighbourhood full of bullies. We read how she maneuvres her way through such a difficult situation. Plus, how she grows because of it, among other themes in the novel.
The desired outcome for young readers is that they will be inspired to treasure their unique differences. If they don’t fit in with the system or with those around them, then they should realise that it’s quite okay not to fit in.
My first novel was written to help raise funds for the private foundation that I established, which might later become a charity. Click here if you’d like to be taken to the site where you can purchase this novel. If you cannot see the site, use a browser other than Chrome.
If you’d like to meet someone special for a long term relationship, there’s a new Australian match-making service starting very shortly. Keep your eye out for when it is ready to launch. Here’s the link: LoveHonourandRespect.Me