Sunday, July 18, 2010

Define "Companionship" Through a Man Point of View

We have to admit this ladies...

There comes a time in our lives where we are stuck in that gray area. What gray area? You know, that gray area. The gray area we so called "dating".

Have you ever been so confused of not knowing what is going on in his head when he throws words at you that put you in that gray area...confused.

My #1 confusion that we get all the time as women...

What does he mean when he said, "I see you as a companion?"

Oh wait!! Does he really meant companion..or is it really a nicer way of calling it "friends with benefits"

Talking about emotional confusion!!

Well ladies, this one of those...I may call it tomatoes or to-matoes.

While a short percentage of guys out there do see the word "companionship" as a nicer way as a booty call...there is a still a shining of high hopes for the rest.

But don't worry women, here's something that will ease your mind:

6 out of 10 men I have spoken with do believe in such thing as "companionship". In fact, many of them believe it's a key component to a factor of picking girlfriend-material.

So if a man do see you as a companion of his...chances are, you are very important to him.

Women, please understand: Doesn't matter what type a guy your man is...he craves companionship. A lot of women do not realize that men need companionship. It's one of the important basic needs of a man. A man likes to have a woman by his side when it matters. He likes to know she is available when he needs her the most. Men doesn't want to admit it, but they crave a good woman by his side. A man is motivated when he feels trusted and respected. Trust your man to energize him! He'll give his best performance when he feels loved!

Men wants more than anything a soul mate and friend. Someone loving, caring, affectionate and tender who he can talk to have fun with. He wants someone to love him unconditionally who's there for him yet also someone who he can be there for! He wants a best friend that will laugh at his jokes, no matter how bad they are! Someone that will take an interest in the things he likes. Someone that will not try to change him, yet who will help him to improve and grow where needed. He wants someone that will trust, respect and admire him. His ideal partner will focus on his good qualities more than than his faults.

18 comments:

  1. Your information about companionship is accurate.

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    1. If your man is pushing you away and acting distant

      Or if the guy you’re after isn’t giving you the time of day...

      Then it’s time to pull out all the stops.

      Because 99% of the time, there is only 1 thing you can say to a standoffish guy that will grab him by the heartstrings-

      And get his blood pumping at just the thought of you.

      Insert subject line here and link it to: <=========> Your ex won’t be able to resist?

      Once you say this to him, or even send this simple phrase in a text message...

      It will flip his world upside down and you will suddenly find him chasing you-

      And even begging to be with you.

      Here’s what I’m talking about: <=========> Is your man hiding something? He may need your help?

      Thanks again.

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  2. Conpanionship? After s year and a half..just a bootie call until he finds someone better right?

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  3. So true going through something at this point and everything spoken through his lines are so true

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  4. So true going through something at this point and everything spoken through his lines are so true

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  5. What if its a married man that says it

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    1. Then he is not looking for a companion... But a mistress. Know the difference.

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  6. Thank you for your thoughts. It helps to know how a guy thinks as we are both wired to think differently.

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  7. Can it just mean he wants a friend?

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    1. I think there are still some guys who just want a friend. Sometimes guys dont want a relationship but want a woman with him when he goes out. One he trusts.

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    2. Regardless, a companion is the definition of just a friend. Bye doesn't have to love you, you're just there so he isn't alone. Believe me, I have lived a long time and know the difference between love and companionship. What about the woman?

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  8. I recently reconnected with someone from 30 years ago through FB. He PM me wanting to get together and did. He text me if we could offer companionship and I agreed. We we're together for 3 weeks and I thought we were doing good. I text him if he wanted to go to dinner and a movie. He responded that he was not ready to form an emotional relationship. Confused regarding his response

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  9. He wanted one thing and he got it, and that was it. That's the way men are usually.

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  10. Similar situation, after 20 years (excluding two high school reunions) He reached out via FB, knowing that I had been divorced for some time. Claimed to be my admirer, and said all sorts of flattering things, and flirts with me, and when we do hang out together he insists on being "in charge", and pays for everything. He first mentioned "we could both use the companionship". How did he know? But no physical activity, no hand holding, kissing and I want that, I've had a crush on him for a very long time. Although married, and didn't cheat with him, we still flirted during the reunions. Lately, a picture of him and another girl was posted, at a concert pretty close in proximity, two pictures of them, when he sits by me in the car, but keeps his distance. I think I just answered my own question. During the times he doesn't text, he's "busy". : (

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    1. Just an additional note: I have/had no plans re: dating. He just appeared, after a very long time, and only because it was him, was I ever interested. I'm sorry, but I would rather be alone then get my heart broken again, I was devastated by my divorce, just hit our one year mark for that, and what would have been 20 years of marriage last week. : ( Geeze, I'm just sad about stuff right now.

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  11. companionship in my experience has been something like... we spend all our time together, "i dont want you to have sex with other people", "im not currently having sex with other people", but we are not having sex either. THAT is what i am stuck in right now. companionship, it feels like "im here until something better comes along, and if nothing does, then ho-hum, okay.

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