The ONLY Way To Make Her Truly Happy And Fix Your Relationship

The ONLY Way To Make Her Truly Happy

Okay men, here’s the deal. Most women only need one thing from us men to make them happy. It’s really simple. No, you don’t need to buy her expensive stuff or deal with her problems. It is something much more meaningful and deeper that will help you understand what she actually wants and build a lasting connection between you and your partner. 

The fighting man or feeling man. In my last post, I spoke about both. But I did not speak about another kind of man – the Fixer.

He shuts off feeling by trying to fix. He’s the solutions guy. He’s super logical. And yet often a woman feels empty with him, wondering, where’s his heart?

When she talks about how she’s feeling down, or she has no time, he tries to fix it.

Well, baby, let’s see if we can get you more childcare. Then you can take better care of yourself.

Many women struggle with this part of the man. What they really want is a connection.

I wish he could just hear me. I don’t need to be fixed. I’m not one of his shop projects.

The Fixer is the subject of the “Nail in The Head” video. It’s hilarious.

A young woman has a horrible headache. She’s talking to her partner about it. She’s seeking his attention. She just wants to be heard about her pain.

He looks at her in disbelief. It’s so simple. There’s a nail in her head. At least he sees it. We see it too. It’s clearly there.

But maybe it’s not really there. Maybe we see it because the camera is showing us the man’s point of view.

Is there really a nail in her head? Anyway, she just wants to be heard – about how she has this horrible headache and only if it would go away…. But he wants to tell her about the nail.

“You’re doing it again,” she says. “I hate it when you do that. Stop trying to fix me!”

What’s a guy to do in this situation? Why can’t she see he’s trying to help?

And so guys are just like – WTF? I’m just trying to help you.

But she wants to be heard. She wants to feel like she’s not a project you can fix, but a human being you can love and hold. Her trust relies on it.

So a guy might shift to “listening.” So, he listens and listens.

He either breaks through his “fix it” tendencies and really has a breakthrough or he gets fed up after 10 minutes (he hasn’t said a word the whole time) and screams, “Jeez, babe, I can’t be your goddamn girlfriend. This is killing me.”

I’ve seen many men hit this wall. Why?

Simply, biologically the male brain is wired for action. And when a man listens idly, he experiences anxiety.

On the evolutionary scale, men have two instincts – fuck it or kill it. (Ken Wilber) And when he can’t move into action, panic sets in.

And it’s only in the last fifty years that women have demanded he does something else. Something else typical of the female evolutionary instinct – Relate to it.

Stuart Motola specializes in helping individuals and couples attract and maintain a fulfilling partnership. He helps individuals attract who they seek (i.e. date more effectively), kill the voice of desperation and aloneness, and know the difference between a love that makes you big versus a love that makes you small. He teaches couples how to repair after conflict, cut unconscious cycles of projection and blame, communicate more responsibly, and to take risks to reignite passion and aliveness. Stuart has shared his expertise as a coach, author, speaker, and facilitator throughout the world and wrote the #1 Amazon best-selling book “Fixing You Is Killing Me: A Conscious Roadmap To Knowing When To Save And When To Leave Your Relationship.”