Hey there, this is Clay.
Mika and I got married a little over a week ago, and now we’re on our way to Japan for our honeymoon.
But I wanted to share this video with you because I think it conveys a few interesting points on the differences between men and women.
Now, I just found this video browsing around YouTube. I didn’t make it, nor do I know the people who did.
But it’s a funny way to show something important.
First, perception isn’t always reality.
This is important because it reminds us to be curious and to practice “Acceptance” like we teach in the Passion Program.
Remember, that every single one of us is out there having their own unique experience of the world around us.
Instead of thinking that someone is doing something to be mean or to purposefully hurt you, try to dig a little deeper and understand where they’re coming from through asking questions.
You’ll usually find that every action has a positive intent behind it.
Second of all, this highlights the differences between men and women.
Or rather, I should say the masculine and the feminine. You see it is completely possible for someone to be a feminine man or a masculine woman.
It’s actually about energy more so that your actual sex.
And for most of us, it’s really more of a sliding scale rather than a fixed “masculine” or “feminine” thing. Everyone has a masculine side and a feminine side and it’s important to remember that. It’s just that most people have a dominant energy.
But for the sake of keeping things simple, let’s just call it “men” and “women”, okay?
This has me thinking a lot about energies and how they communicate.
And more importantly how we can come together and understand each other better so that we can have better relationships and an easier time navigating our way through dating and love.
What do you think?
Are men and women different?
What frustrates YOU the most about the opposite gender?
Leave your thoughts as a comment below.
Clay is an author, blogger, and dating and relationship coach for Loving Boldly. He is also a nap enthusiast, coffee aficionado, and home brewer.