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Failing too often to account for such differences, I have struggled in most of my intimate relationships with women.
Ok, so that’s a bit poetic when we’re talking about walking the dog or deciding where to eat.
And sometimes our partners will genuinely want to bear their own burdens, or bear them equally alongside us, or even bear ours for us.
For example, just holding a woman and making love with her is often a different experience for me than it is for my partners. When I embrace her I feel strong in my body, masterful even, as though I’m living my purpose by wrapping her up safe and protected within my steady arms.
My female partners, in contrast, have often expressed that’s what they love most about being in my embrace: the experience of feeling safe, physically and emotionally, that they can relax in knowing they’re protected in that one moment from the tiresome chaos of the world.