It’s a discredit to guys and to society as a whole. Girls may rely on stereotypes and culture descriptions that show guys as moonfaced with sex to the point that they have no interest in anything that isn’t directly related to sex.
You might be happy to know that this misconception is just that, I’ve read on a study reported by the ‘Journal of Adolescence’ actually disagreed with the stereotype. The study suggested that love, a desire for real relationships with girls and strong friendships among their peers motivate boys as much as or more than sex does.Good news ladies, more than 80 percent indicated that looks alone were not enough to ask a girl out. Most indicated that they had to really like a girl. (Not bad huh?)
So How Do You Find Out What a guy Is Thinking?
The first step to getting to know what a guy is thinking is to not assume. it’s about one thing and one thing only., You should realize that not everyone is receptive to a discussion about relationships, but that does not mean they aren’t interested. It can be as uncomfortable for guys as it is for girls to discuss who he likes and why he likes her. ( ihope you get my point)
Many people assume that girls are more comfortable with emotional discussions, thus girls would be more receptive than guys. This is a disservice to both genders. Getting to know each other is important to avoid assumptions. Take the time to get to know the guy you like because the best relationships often begin with friendship. ( OHA OHA ! LOL )
seriously, there should be a Guide 🙂
Adolescence is a muddled time of hormones, changes, demands and pressures. Mudangs and pudangs (known as Moms and dads. HAHAHA) can both act as sounding boards, particularly when you need advice about the opposite sex. If you are comfortable talking to your dad, you might ask him what he liked about girls when he was your age and what he liked to talk about. For girls trying to understand the boys they like, it is a good time to get to know them. Don’t assume that all guys fit into a stereotypical mold (very wrong te. it’s unfair for them). Taking the time to get to know someone as a person and not as a “type”can mean the difference between a real friendship, relationship and a superficial one. 🙂
Never ever Never ever Assume.
Never assume a guy is just one thing or thinking about only one thing (because they’re not.srsly! lol) They’re very complex and deserve to be respected for their layers. While adults may view your romantic and platonic entanglements as being relatively innocent or superficial, it’s important to recognize that the relationships you form now will help you develop relationships in the future.
So do you know what guys are thinking? You might have a few ideas, but if you can’t answer without falling back on the stereotypes, it’s time to get to know the guy as a person and not a category. 🙂
seriously, icant believe im talking about my topic like a PRO 🙂 HAHAHAHA.
good start for me huh?!