You Can’t Change Men

7 thoughts on “You Can’t Change Men”

    1. Thanks, Janie! I always wonder if we just short circuit our brains thinking we will be the ones to make it happen, thinking we will be the ones to affect that change. We are so delusional! Thanks for stopping by!

      1. I agree with you. I think we are trying to help because we see how their lives can be better, fuller, but maybe only according to our plan. I think it happens both with men and with women. But the fact is that unless its change from within, it is only a mask until the person tires of the illusion. That’s the sad part. Because then their partner is shocked by the change and reverse to what was.

      2. You’re right too. It isn’t just men. But I’ve found that women seem more motivated to enact those changes than men, because women seem to be more in tune with their issues and want to change for themselves. I love it when my women friends always tell me they want to change just for themselves. Men don’t seem to be as ready to admit their faults and want to change. For themselves.

      3. I agree with you. Women are more open to change I think. Rarely have I met a man who does look inside to do inner work, but I love it when I do! I think we all need to do that more often to live our lives with more peace.

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