Whenever I talk with men, whether they are in a relationship or single, they generally stick to the whole “men are simple” concept. Women often over analyze what men really want and try to make it more complicated. Ultimately, a man is happy when he is satisfied.
I think it is great that these three “little” things are all men think they need, but what else is there? Pardon my confusion, but if it is really that simple to keep a man happy, why do so many women find it hard to handle?
Is it possible that a lot more is needed and men don’t know how to communicate it to us because they don’t want to come across too needy? It’s ok to need a women and tell her, isn’t?
Ladies, in your experience, does the trifecta of male happiness always work? Do you find that men need you in other ways? How do they let you know? If they don’t come out and tell you what they need and want, what other ways do you realize it?
Guys, why does it seem to be like pulling teeth to get you to express your desires? We know you like great sex, good food, and a peaceful home, but does it end there? Why do you always push the “we are simple” agenda but have a hard time going beyond that?
Obviously, women require a lot more maintenance then these 3 things (although, I kind of dig them myself!), do you think women should find ways to express what makes them happy in a less nagging way? Is that what makes it difficult for you to meet some of our needs in a relationship? Do we ask for too much or just go about it the wrong way?