5 Reasons A Guy Will Break Up With The Woman He’s In Love With

Falling in love can be really intense. That’s why so many peoples love lives are like an emotional roller coaster with all sorts of twists and turns, exhilarating highs, and stomach sinking lows. When we form a deeply meaningful connection with another person it’s bound to be full of all different types of experiences that leave us confused and overwhelmed. It’s hard to share such a big part of your life with someone else and trust them with your heart.

While we all approach relationships in different ways and look for specific things, when it comes to men and women, men often take longer to open up and fully commit. When a man is falling in love he often hesitates at each major stage of the relationship and holds himself back. That’s because men think about the hurt, pain, and suffering that could come out of a failed romance. In the same way men fear rejection so much more than women, they also innately fear being emotionally wounded by someone they’re in love with.

There are several reasons why a man might choose to leave the woman he loves. Ten of them are covered in the accompanying 60 second video clip and five more are explored in-depth below:

1. Unjust Scrutiny:
When a woman is always comparing and contrasting him against other men, whether it’s scrutinizing him against her ex, a male family member, or a close friend, it’s never comfortable or welcome. It’s also really unfair. Who would want to be measured or judged like that? When it comes down to it, a man is who he is. He doesn’t want to hear about who did what for the woman he is currently with, so keep your thoughts on your ex to yourself!

2. Threatened By Her Success:
Men often feel threatened by a woman’s success. When a woman is more successful in terms of money, a job, and her career, her male partner is rarely ever truly happy for her. Instead, men view a woman’s success in a negative light, it’s threatening and studies have found that their levels of self-esteem are markedly lower in comparison to men who are the more successful partners in their relationships. A man is also more likely to leave a successful woman when he’s less successful because it makes him feel like a failure or unworthy of her love.

3. Trying To Change Him:
Many women try to mold a man into what they see as their ideal partner. Constantly trying to change someone shows that you’re focused on what you see as their shortcomings and that you feel they’re not enough as they are. We all have our flaws, but when a woman tries to fix a man, he will likely end up despising her for it. Instead of altering him, support his decisions and everything else about him, whether that be his looks, view points and opinions, way of doing things, his schedule and more.

4. Constant Nagging:
The cause of many relationship issues often stems from incessant worrying and whining. When a woman is constantly complaining, or reminding her partner to do something, it gets old fast. For many men the repeated requests go in one ear and right out the other, they tune them out. Nobody likes to be ignored and so this leads to even more nagging behavior, fights, hurt feelings, and eventually a breakup.

5. Smothering:
We all need our own time and space to do what we want. Just like women, men need the freedom to be able to hang out with their friends and be on their own every now and then. If a woman is too overly attached, or both partners grow to be emotionally co-dependent on one another, it ends up dooming the relationship. A man who feels trapped and unable to do his own thing will eventually leave so that he’s free to do exactly that once again.

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If You Notice A Woman With This Tattoo THIS Is What It Means..

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Often when women miscarry, people will be supportive briefly when it occurs early in a pregnancy, and then say something like “it wasn’t meant to be” or “you’ll have another soon”.  They mean well, but often don’t realize the impact of the loss on the woman and the couple.  Miscarriage can cause a profound and lasting sense of loss that can’t just be brushed off.

Joan Bremer suffered the tragedy of losing her child to miscarriage, and felt a need to memorialize both the child and her experience in a symbolic and meaningful tattoo. You will hear her story in the video you are about to watch below.

The tattoo design uses a solid black curved line that forms the silhouette of the pregnant mother to the child within her womb; the line connects the hearts of mother and child.  The simplicity of the design made it a powerful symbol, whose meaning captured the hearts of women everywhere.  So many women have suffered in isolation as a result of the loneliness of the loss of miscarriage.  Bremer’s tattoo served as a unifying agent to connect women who needed the love and support of other women who had suffered similarly.  If you see a woman with a tattoo like the one in the upcoming footage, and you have been through the tragedy of miscarriage, you will know that there is another person who has been touched by this loss, that so often is dismissed.

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Four Sisters Pose For The Same Exact Photo For 40 Years. Watch Their Incredible Transformation.

In 1975 Nicholas Nixon took a photograph of his wife Bebe (third from left) and her three sisters, Heather, Mimi, and Laurie Brown. It was the summertime and the family were all spending some quality time together at their home in New Canaan, Connecticut. Their casual, loose clothing and flowing hair all lend a light, airy feel to the picture. At the time, the girls were all young and ranged in age from 15 to 25 years old. Little did they know back then, but that first photograph set the tone for the rest of what was to come.

When one of the sisters graduated about a year later Nixon, who worked as a photography professor, brought along the picture he’d taken and showed it to all of them. When he asked them if they liked it, the girls were unanimous, they all loved the black and white photograph he’d captured of them and agreed to take another one. This time around he had an idea and asked them to all line up in the same order just as they had done the year before. They agreed, got in place, and he snapped the second image in what has become an ongoing series that is a major part of his life’s work.

The Brown sisters agreed that they would make it a point to try and meet up every year so that Nixon could take a picture of them. Over the next thirty five years they managed to do exactly that and by 2010 he had amassed 36 photos. The following year, in 2011, the photographer decided to put his project together and display it publicly.

Titled simply “The Brown Sisters” the collection has proven to be a massive hit with audiences and critics alike. It’s been displayed in galleries around the world, including at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and people cannot get enough of it. Viewer’s reactions range from subdued appreciation to intensely emotional as the sisters grow up and go from young girls to mature women right before our very eyes.

It’s not only their transformation, it’s also the way the sisters gaze straight at the camera that makes Nixon’s work so poignant and touching. It’s like we’re offered this tiny glimpse into their lives and from that teeny peek our imaginations run wild with it. We read into every detail that catches our eye and make up a story to fill in all the blanks. The effect that it has is really cool and once you check out the photographs you’ll understand what I’m trying to say! Watch the video to see the Brown sisters through the years and enjoy.

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