Real Men Keep Their Issues Sealed Up.


Men are entirely different in women, no questions about that.They are most of the time accused of being insensible and stubborn on the way they react silent on conflicting issues. While most of the women are explosive, who shouts their thoughts out loud and wouldn’t waste a single second on expressing their feelings, men are implosive, keeping their acts uptight and digest emotions.

I know that you might think that this blog contains nothing but thoughts of defamation against woman but its not. This will explain why men have certain behaviors and what thoughts are running through their minds.


People have certain stigmas that produce certain anger. Its just that men have more wider margins for anger but after they’ll pass that margin it has a catalyst effect on shooting up on rage. If your husband/partner would tell you in a normal conversation that they are not jealous of somebody, they are 75% lying. They are imaginatively thinking of bad things other people would take advantage of. Its just that men smooth out the jealous feelings because they know that it wouldn’t do good without proper base on what to be jealous of. But once proven with valid reasons to be jealous of, men become explosive and hard to control. They have a longer span on forgetting than women. They keep it in their hearts sealed with thoughts but wouldn’t talk about it until such time and situation would let that flow out.


This is probably the great unique feature that man does. They Invest part of their selves trying to look strong, good, and unaffected with shield covering their real insights and emotions on a present issue they are dealing with. Self image is a great necessity for them. It’s like fixing their hair with a stroke of the hand in a middle of an commotion, seems to be stable, moves flawless then answer to a the question “I’m fine”, leaves the scene then slam the car’s door real hard. They value what others would think of them and what would they say about them. Would they look stupid, would they look like a girl, a child or immature. They understand not only the issues itself but the whole circle of the people that looks upon the issue.


Men fear as if it looks like they don’t. Did you know that men have more fear of loosing than women? Certainly. It is just that they don’t express it. They hide behind their manly, masculine image. It’s not that they are afraid. Fear and being afraid are different. They just knew that what they want is more important than their fears. They keep this fear as an invincible factor believing that showing it means being vulnerable and might bring to what outcome they don’t want.


Decision plays a major role in men. It’s like they know what they want but would think of thousand times before deciding for it. People who had a rough time with their “identity vs role confusion” stage are more likely to have difficulties and slower patterns of decision. Men took more angle and perspective in deciding with comparison with women. They’ll think of the effect on their partner, parents, siblings, boss, workmates, society, friends and social networking connections. A fact that men have lesser status updates in their social networking sites just reveals that they, as much as possible, keep everything private while women have different views with privacy. Men Have the thinking of what decisions they are going to make has no turning back. When women ask men to do something or to commit to something, women tends to get hanging answers and uncertainty with a very pleasant speech delivery. If they asked men to go for lunch over their family’s Sunday barbecue, Men would say “It’ll be lovely and that would be fun and I’ll try to come”. It’s not always because they are busy but its because they’ll think it first for a dozen times before they’ll commit for a decision they can’t afford to miss.


2 thoughts on “Real Men Keep Their Issues Sealed Up.

  1. I’m a lover of psychology and found this article very interesting. I have to say a do agree with your paragraph that men don’t like to commit, this is one of those things that I never really though much about, but now that you mention it, its very true!

    • I must say that I really had a hard time thinking of revealing that matter haha! I appreciate the compliment and really looking forward on tackling more stuffs regarding psychology matters. Warm regards Tina! 🙂

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s