Why am I obsessed with the idea of my man being a super-man? I’m not sure. I guess I’m just really into the idea. If I could be that guy, I would be. For starters, it would be the most awesome thing in the universe. But why? Well, I think that men are so much more masculine than we give them credit for.
It seems like a lot of women believe that men are the best at everything (be it sex, relationship, or just being the dominant male). Some of this may be due to the fact that they were raised by moms and dads who spent a lot of time being the “strong, silent, dominant male.
I think it’s safe to say that men have a bit more self-confidence than we give them credit for. I don’t mean to imply that it’s because we have better sex, but more of us are women than men who are comfortable with ourselves. The fact is, most of us have a different personality than the average man, so it’s easy to forget we’re men.
But while the average man probably has a bit more confidence at the beginning of the relationship, you can see that some men have more self-confidence than others. If you take a look at the two charts below, you’ll see that there are certain men who are more confident than others. Men are obviously more confident than women in general, but there are some men who are more confident than others.
One of the things we find is that there are certain men who are more confident than others at first, but then they slowly grow less confident. For instance, a man like Steve Jobs is more confident than a man like Muhammad Ali when first meeting him. But when they start dating, they start to see that it’s a very different thing. Once you see that, you can decide whether or not you want to get involved with Steve Jobs.
It’s not just men who are more confident than others. It also seems that women are more confident than men, or at least are more confident when they’re dating someone they like. I mean, I’ve even seen women who were confident when dating the first time they saw a guy and then slowly started getting more confident.
So why would a woman be more confident than others? Well, I’m sure there’s a logical reason, and it probably has to do with the fact that women tend to be more successful than men. But there’s a lot more going on here that could be a factor.
For example, this is a study that compares the number of men and women who are married with the number of men and women who are single in the U.S. According to the study, couples are more likely to marry if they have a partner who will support them financially (such as through inheritance, a partner who has a job, or a partner who will help them financially).
While we have no way of knowing how successful or unsuccessful that last is, I have heard from plenty of people that it is a factor. But I would say it is more likely to be a factor among women. I think this is a little unfair, but I would say the reason is that women are more likely to stay married.
This is in stark contrast to the stereotype that women are less likely to stay married because of the financial consequences. That stereotype is clearly untrue. I think there are many things that women care more about than money, but their primary concern is to be with someone who loves them and is willing to support them financially; not to dole out cash gifts that can only be received from close family members.