“Feminine or Masculine: Your Role in Relationships and Marriage”
Since the beginning of time, relationships have been seen to consist of two properties, Feminine and Masculine.
Masculine roles are usually strong, aggressive and more logical or analytical. Feminine roles, on the other hand, are generally more sensitive, nurturing and intuitive. For a healthy relationship to flourish, both gender roles need to be present to balance things out. For the most part, as adults, we know this but still have a difficult time with it comes to having healthy relationships.
Although most men and women, due to our changing times and society are taking on responsibilities of the other, and somehow the lines have been blurred. What has to be done for men and women to assume their gender positions to be able to have healthy relationships and marriages?
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