*Note: Though we would always like to be open about who we are, we always hold back a part of who we are. Which would lead us to a discussion about the psyche, follow the link at the bottom for a clearer understanding if you choose to.
Enjoy my musical selection by Cold Play “Fly On O” , the video is very creatively done and worth the time to watch. 🌎✌🏻💙 Take care, be safe.
Men tend to compartmentalize their feelings and thoughts about, well, pretty much everything. Women naturally process thoughts and feelings and integrate them into one cohesive “thing.” Men don’t integrate their thoughts and feelings. They tend to file everything away, each thought and emotion getting its own compartment where it sits until the man is ready to deal with it, or not which is many times the case.
Compartmentalization can be a great way of managing difficult parts of your life. But it can backfire too. Some people bottle up all emotions and fail to deal with any of them. Over time, these negative emotions can build up and lead to emotional distress.
However, if you feel vacillating between the two worlds is opening you up to disassociate in ways that are harmful to yourself or the people around you, I encourage you to seek professional help with a mental health professional.
#1 Money (my mom would say, “When money problems walk in the front door, love flies out the window.”
#2 Intimacy if your limbo isn’t in sinc eventually you hit
#3 Infidelity The reality is infidelity fundamentally changes your marriage. It erodes trust and leads to a breakdown in communication. Sooner or later, infidelity usually catches up with you which is why it is one of the leading causes of divorce.