Dear women, how do you view men, who are not afraid to show their feelings even if it means coming across as vulnerable?

Dear women, how do you view men, who are not afraid to show their feelings even if it means coming across as vulnerable?

What do you think?

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  1. I love it. It’s great to see them not bottling that shit up. And as partner potentials, it’s nice when you have someone you CAN be vulnerable with

  2. I honestly love it when guys aren’t afraid to be themselves, unless it’s too much. If you cry every time you see a butterfly than it’s a minor ick.

  3. I’m not a woman, *I have nothing against women* in my experience on sheer numbers this isn’t a good idea unless you want to be constantly dating. Take my advice and do not show your emotions. There is a reason why guys historically don’t and I’ve found out the hardest way possible over many years.

    Not that it’s not possible but I’ve only ever seen a woman support a guy, I’ve never experienced it myself. All my experiences were of women just dumping me for getting sick, losing my job, etc. any sign of weakness including being vulnerable in my experience is met with rejection. Even cruelty.

    I don’t think it’s just women to clarify, it’s just humanity. There is a reason handicap people have difficulty living and finding jobs – *it’s not because everyone is compassionate.*

    I’d save your compassion for people who deserve it. Like after you get married or for your kids. Otherwise something bad will happen. Just journal the pain and emotions. Good luck

  4. Guys hate when women only give “hints” and are subtle. Women hate when guys don’t just tell us how they feel. I love when my bf shares his feelings. It makes them more relatable. Kinda works both ways. COMMUNICATION IS KEY

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