Psychological differences between men and women in love


In love, because of differences in physiological characteristics, cognitive methods, etc., men are more likely to fall in love at first sight than women. There are big psychological differences between men and women in love. Understanding these differences can help the two build a more stable relationship and go on better. So, what are the psychological differences between men and women in love?

1. Differences in expectations

Expectation is the hope and expectation of the future of people or things. In the process of love between men and women, the expectations and choices of lovers are an important reason for who falls in love first.

Generally speaking, men are more dominated by emotions in the stage of love. Men pay more attention to the appearance of women and think less rationally about the future, appearing impulsive and blind; while women pay more attention to the inner world of men and choose objects Generally more cautious, women will put men in roles or positions such as "boyfriend" and "future husband", which are usually linked to their future life, whether the future he is ambitious, whether he can organize a family and take responsibility , whether it is a faithful partner in their own life, etc., these are the points that women often consider.

2. Differences in the way

In the process of love, men are more active, and they like to be very fast. Men are more outgoing and enthusiastic, and they often dare to express their feelings first. Some men even develop feelings of admiration soon after they meet women, and then pursue boldly; therefore, they start their pursuit soon after they meet each other, hoping to achieve success as soon as possible. While women are more subtle and profound, they will comprehensively judge each other from many aspects, and grasp the proportion and progress in the process of communication more. They often take devious and indirect methods to express their love, and women like to hide the seeds of love in their hearts. Therefore, men are more likely to fall in love at first sight than women, and are more likely to fall in love.

3. Emotional differences

In love, men are generally more careless. They cannot be sympathetic to women's psychological changes, and they tend to ignore some small details. Even if they find that women are in a bad mood, men are often puzzled. Women's emotions are very delicate and they are good at empathy. the other's mind. When women pursue love, they require men to speak and act to their heart's content. Therefore, an inadvertent word or action of a perfunctory, careless man will make women feel sad or lose their temper. At this time, women are more demanding psychological closeness, wanting to satisfy their inner love and spiritual consideration, for example, in love, they will ask their boyfriend to buy her favorite food.

4. Differences in actions and expressions

In love, men are generally quick to respond, firm-willed, and full of passion, but their mood is unstable. They express their love beyond words and do not consider the results in their words and deeds, so they are easily excited and easily stimulated. Men are usually not good at controlling themselves. Most express their emotions through direct actions, such as kisses and hugs. Women, on the other hand, are reserved, unspeakable, steady, changeable and weak, and are good at concealing their true psychology. They often feel shy when expressing admiration. They usually express their love through subtle or suggestive ways, such as handing a pot of warm tea. , to put on a coat for men.

Both men and women are eager to find a satisfying partner and enjoy the feeling of being in love, and men and women have almost the same perception of this. However, in the process of communication time and time again, the different words and deeds of the two sides will show the difference between men and women. Therefore, only by recognizing the different psychological differences between men and women in the process of love can we better grasp each other's psychology.