1. Are you saying that you believe the people you see in therapy represent a cross-section of the general population? I find that hard to believe. I think it is more likely that my experience with family, friends and co-workers over many years and living in several different locations represent a more diverse group on which to form conclusions in this area. I would guess you are also including your observations outside of the people you see in therapy, but it goes totally against what I've seen.Originally Posted by JoanRanger;2687918;
2. I truly believe that building a relationship based on honesty and a growing knowledge of the other person is work. Men and woman alike respect and value a strong relationship that is the result of their commitment to each other.
3. I agree with your second paragraph, but believe it applies equally when the woman has 25 attractive men trying to win her heart.