Updated: Dec 31, 2020
Don’t you just love it when you take a leap and expose your vulnerability through words by pouring your heart out about your feelings and emotions toward someone of the opposite sex and you’re met with a “word” or “that’s nice” or my personal fav “cool”? When has communication between genders become so limited?
The actual definition of communication is:
the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs.
So taking that into consideration, am I to believe that after a woman tells a man how much she adores him, he actually is thinking “cool” so he says it? If so, is there any way that this woman can get a little more insight into what that “cool” actually means. If we take the response at face value, we can chalk that up to another demonstration of his being “just not that into you”?
So, I’m saying, if effective communication is the basis of a healthy relationship why is it that BOTH parties don’t recognize the importance and accept the deficiencies, work them out and move toward a mature interaction instead of one that simply an infant can entertain?