While reading an article just a little while ago entitled, "Men's 10 Biggest Complaints About Women", in reading #7, I couldn't help but like "Ouch!" and "Whoa..." (LOL):
You fixate on what we’re thinking, when you should be watching what we’re doing (7/10)
You ask, “What are you thinking?” and we say, “Nothing.” You figure this must be a lie, and decide that we aren’t willing to communicate with you. The problem is, this is the wrong question to ask. We’re action-oriented. You don’t need to ask what we’re thinking, just watch what we’re doing. Coming home late every night? We’re not happy at home. Uninterested in sex, probably crushed by stress. Not calling you back even though we said, “I love you?” We don’t love you. You can save the questions about musings until you see a change in our behavior. That’s the surest sign that something needs to be discussed.
YOU DON'T NEED TO ASK WHAT WE'RE THINKING, JUST WATCH WHAT WE'RE DOING. AND NOT DOING!!!
Yeah. Gotta love when a *man* actually pens how *men* think. Straight-no-chaser. And I'm thankful for it!
Puts a whole 'new spin on "Faith WITHOUT WORKS is *dead*." (James 2:14-26)