7 Things Women Can Learn from Men ...

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Women sometimes think we know everything better than men, but what about the things women can learn from men?

It’s obvious that men are different.

Even though we don’t always understand their behavior, thoughts or philosophy, they make sense just as often as ours.

In relationships, we sometimes try to teach our guys things that may not come naturally to them, like cleaning up after themselves, but let’s switch roles for once.

These are some things women can learn from men.

1. Speak It out

Looking at friendships, I think we can all agree that there are a million things women can learn from men.

While women often keep their frustrations about their besties to themselves, men tend to speak it out immediately.

The result?

Women become even more frustrated, while men talk about it and move on.

Don’t feel rude about speaking out your frustrations.

It liberates you and a true friend will appreciate your honesty.

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Comments:

Maya
true!
Ranjini
Wonderfully written article !! :)
CrazyGirl
I looooooooove the pic!!! also you're right!! I get what you mean. #favoured
Claire_Duck
@Beth to make yourself more confident you just have to forget what others think, although truthfully that is very hard to do. I've found I've become a lot more confident ever since I started to think "well, if someone likes me, they like me for who I am and not a facade that I've put on" maybe give that a go? Just remember, always stick to things you feel comfortable with 😊
Aquarius 91
Love this article. I wish girls knew the importance of confrontation and not running away and gossiping. Most girls talk ABOUT EACH OTHER instead of talking TO EACH OTHER and getting issues fixed.
Beth
I need to learn a lot from you Yllza, I'm unfortunately one of those woman who are fearful of confrontation and usually keep myself to myself, unless of course I'm required to be confrontational for my children's sake (like requesting someone watches their language etc). I find this a totally different ball game! I am quite an introvert otherwise and very self conscious of how I may look to others. where do you begin on the confidence road? I've always wondered if it's 'all face' and then self belief in your own facade, OR whether it's the real thing and it's a matter of knowing your own worth? many therapists have given me their strategies and I've failed to adapt to them. would love an insight into this!! thanks x
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