PSYCHOLOGY

5 Things Not To Say To A Man If You Don't Wish To Offend Him

Date March 26, 2019 17:00

There's often a delicate and vulnerable soul hiding behind the appearance and image of a strong man. It's no surprise they find some comments hard to take.

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For instance, a seemingly innocent joke or someone's judgmental remark about his effort in the gym may genuinely upset him.

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Topics that men may find offensive

In order to not put your foot in it when talking to your beloved and avoid hurting his feelings, remember the things you shouldn't say under any circumstance. And moreover, don't even think about intentionally "stepping on his toes."

1. You don't see him as the father of your future child

2. He makes less money than you

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3. He isn't capable of identifying the reason for a car breakdown

4. He can't do 10 pull-ups

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5. Comparing his behavior to that of a "mama's boy"

6. Disrespecting his passion or hobby

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7. And the toughest blow is comparing him to other men, especially your exes. It's completely against the rules.

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Try to watch what you say even during an emotional fight in order to keep yourself from saying these forbidden phrases. If your man does get offended, give him some time alone and then try to get in his good graces by giving him care and attention.

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The material in this article is for informational purposes only and does not replace the advice of a certified specialist.