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According to Dr. Kristie Overstreeta clinical sexologist and psychotherapist, men face their own unique set of relationship issues—and a lot of them have to do with the way guys are raised. Keep in mind that these differences are not relegated to just men in heterosexual relationships; they apply to all men in every kind of relationship.
This can be the cause of especially intense strain in romantic relationships. After all, emotions, communication, and feeling safe to express yourself are important tenets of any successful relationship.
With this information in mind, here are 4 of the most common issues men experience in relationships. Men often face fear when it comes to rejection, Overstreet says. It's more common for men than women to ask a person out on a date or for sex—and there's always the possibility that this person won't be interested.
And if rejection does happen, it can lead to feelings of resentment and general anger toward the person who rejected them. These are not healthy feelings, and men often lack the tools to appropriately manage these feelings. In a romantic relationship, rejection and lack of communication skills can lead to isolation, misunderstandings, and even breakups.
Don't hide your feelings and push them deep under the surface. Don't lash out at your partner, either. Instead, say "It hurt my feelings when you wouldn't come with me to my friend's happy hour," or "When I wanted to hold your hand you didn't, it made me feel insecure. Men may have especially painful feelings when they are rejected for sex, Overstreet says.
If it happens to you, it's important to communicate about sexual issues with your partner—even if it's tough to do. Experts have long expressed that couples who talk openly about sex are happier overall. Because they don't want people to perceive them as weak, "men often hide their problems and don't share them with anyone," Overstreet says. Doing this can also lead to depression and anxiety issues.
Between not knowing how to handle mental illness and the lingering societal stigma around these issues—ever been told to "take it like a man"? Don't worry that you might look weak. Women especially connect through talking. If you stop worrying so much about looking weak and recognize that a person who loves you would never think you were weak for having normal human emotions, you'll probably find yourself in a healthier, happier relationship.
Even though our society is more egalitarian than ever before, some guys still feel pressure to take the lead in providing for their families—and feel uncomfortable with women being the primary breadwinner. They may feel—again, wrongly—that their worth is directly linked to their financial success. In a relationship, this can cause strain and resentment. Some women may feel weird about making more than their male partners, too. In fact, a recent paper from the Census Bureau found that an increasing of women are earning more than their husbands—but nobody is comfortable talking about it, the New York Times reported.
Men and relationship issues social script clearly says that a man should be ready for sex, rock hard, and down to go at essentially any moment of any day When a man feels pressured to get an erection, it is far less likely that he will be able to get or sustain one. It's a sexual Catch Nearly 20 percent of men with erectile dysfunction are not dealing with physical issues—it's actually psychological.
In those cases, instead of turning immediately to Viagra, guys should address the mental issues that can contribute to ED. Instead of internalizing these feelings of guilt and shame—which only exacerbates the anxiety around performing in bed—try talking about your insecurities with your partner. You can also try opening up to a therapist.
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4 Common Relationship Problems—and How to Solve Them