This is a most read article for women who want to know why men leave relationships so they can learn to keep their relationship intact. Due to the misconceptions that are rooted from our society, we humans have the tendency to make things complicated than they already are
You most have heard the saying: “Men use love to get sex and women use sex to get love”. The problem is, that doesn't have to be the way it is. While there might be some truth to that it just perpetuates a common flaw in our way of thinking: that men want and need sex more than women and that sex is all men need to be happy.
That's simply not true. For the most part men and women have similar sex drives but our society, and really throughout history, men have been encouraged to 'sow their wild oats' and women have been told they have to be 'good girls'. So men are used to giving in to their desires and women are used to putting their desires on hold.
No wonder relationships seem like such a challenge! Half the population doesn't feel like they have any control over their urges and the other half feels like their urges are wrong!
For anyone who wants a stable loving relationship you will need to re-think many of the concepts you were brought up to believe. The truth is that anyone, men or women, will leave unfulfilled relationships and all but the shallowest people want to be fulfilled in many ways not just sexually.
In order to really have a loving long term relationship you need to have connections: physical, spiritual, and emotional. These are necessary for the success of any long term relationship. All people want to feel like they are accepted, understood, desired, and loved by their partners.
Most often relationships starts breaking up when one or more of these needs aren't met. So if you want to know why men leave relationships so you can prevent it from happening to you, it is important to connect with your man physically, spiritually, and emotionally, and both of you will be happy, fulfilled, and committed to the relationship forever.
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