The One Big Mistake Men Make In Arguments With Women

Men – or more correctly, the more masculine partner which could also be a woman – consistently make One Major Mistake in every intimate relationship argument: we engage our partner at the “level of the complaint.” We completely miss what our partner really needs to hear from us. Address this … and own your partner (poetically speaking). This goes for any more masculine person, gay or hetero, with a more feminine partner.

Watch the video to learn what I’m talking about.

I’d love to know your experience with this. Please leave a comment!

A former US Air Force Captain, Bryan Reeves has survived multiple dark nights of the soul and done really stupid things with women that he deeply regrets and has learned a great deal from. Bryan is now a Life Coach & Relationship Coach for men, women, and couples, and is the author of the viral blog, "Choose Her Every Day (or Leave Her)," at

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4 comments on “The One Big Mistake Men Make In Arguments With Women
  1. Steven K Fagone says:

    Hi Bryan! Thank you for sharing these thoughts and ideas! I loved your touch on how once the feminine partner believes that their masculine partner’s relationship involvement centers on a “as long as it is easy” philosophy, things can and often do take a ride into Crazytown…Practicing yoga daily, whittling away my ego, and opening my ears and heart to my beautiful wife are helping me to understand things that I couldn’t before. Thank you again for sharing this! Sat Nam!

  2. Thomas Klugh says:

    There’s a position where the wind is making too much noise blowing across the mic, and other points when it’s not. You’re not paying attention to when it’s not. I listened to it all, but it was pretty damn noisey.

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