The relationship psychology of men has been described as tending to include
And, even if they are all true and you are in a relationship with a man or you are a man in a relationship and you don't like how it is going, what can you do with this knowledge?
For starters - what is is. Even if you want to go somewhere else, you have to start where you are, not where you wish you were.
If these particular gender specific behaviors and beliefs are bothering you, a good place to start is with Byron Katie's four question approach described in detail in Loving What Is or the guided attention breathwork in Michael Brown's The Presence Process for some help with cleaning up your own emotional charge about being with a person who does not see relationships the same way you do. Then you can going ahead with working on specific issues with your partner with a reasonable chance of success.
While there is no easy fix, no panacea, when the tendencies of the relationship psychology of men is causing problems and/or confusions, it can be very helpful to know where they are likely to be coming from.
The formula (if there is one) is to
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