New age advice says that we need to get in touch with our sensitive side if we really want to stand out to a woman. That’s complete bull. There are dynamics to be held in a relationship and if you’re trying to make yourself more memorable than the other guys there are better ways to do it. Being sensitive can range anywhere from constantly having pity-eyebrows to flat out crying in front of her. Want to know what to avoid?
These are the way your eyebrows pull up in the middle and make an oh-so-sad little droop. Not only does it make your eyebrows look more manicured, it makes you look annoying. When anyone’s facial expression gets stuck in one way for more than a few seconds at a time you come off as being insincere and annoying. It’s annoying because it stands out to the person speaking and distracts them from whatever they’re trying to say. She’s coming to you with a sob story and doesn’t expect or want to have to look at your droopy brows.
Crying in Front of Her
For all of the uproar over inequality between men and women, no one has mentioned how it’s somehow not okay for men to cry in front of women. It’s a bummer and unfair, but there’s not really a lot we can do about it. If you really feel a need to cry, do it alone or with a buddy who will guard your crying like his own deep, dark secret. There are actual reasons behind why you shouldn’t cry in front of your girl. It’s not going to make her think that you’re any better than the other guys. As a matter of fact, she’ll be driven away if you cry in front of her often, because she’s a straight chick. She doesn’t want to be taking care of you every time you spill some metaphorical milk. Men are the rock in the relationship when it comes to feelings. We are predictable and hold fast to a stereotype that we were raised in. Our job is to hear out her issues and tears and try to solve whatever is causing them.
However, she may hate it if she just wants a shoulder to cry on, but when she lands there you don’t want to indulge in the same upset – especially if whatever the issue concerns your relationship. Breaking up is just about the only time it’s all right to cry, and those had better be manly tears.
What You Can Cry Over
Masculine movies like Braveheart when he’s getting his sack chopped off, it’s alright to shed a tear. That’s horrible and he’s sacrificing more than most men would. The opening scene in Up is something you and your lady can get a little misty eyed about. Of course, in all seriousness if there’s a death that’s close to you then you can turn to her and cry all that you want. She gets to be your rock and hold you. It doesn’t feel manly, but it’s necessary.