The relationship psychology of women has been described as being likely to include
Of course knowing about relationship psychology of women is only a starting point. When it comes to being in a relationship with a woman or being a woman in a relationship, all that matters is what she is (you are) thinking, feeling, wanting, expecting.
So, what can you do with these gender specific thoughts, feelings, values to whatever degree they are affecting your relationship? And how can you use this to be smart about being pro-active given the tendencies described in the psychology of men in relationships?
First, you have to start with accepting what is. If you have any emotional charge about any of these, the best place to start is with some form of inner work before you try to talk with your partner about relationship issues.
One good place to start is with the Four Questions described in Byron Katie's Loving What Is.
Another is with the focused attention, breathing program described in detail in Michael Brown's The Presence Process.
Or, use some other method that works for you, but be as clean as you can about differing basic viewpoints on relationships that will be coming with you into a discussion of specific issues.
The action steps then include
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