posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 05:39 AM
The beautiful and wonderful creatures we call women are true to themselves in most cases, because if a women shows compassion, then she really feels
it deep within, or if she shows empathy, then she is truly experiencing this emotion.
Yet men are different IMO.
A man can feel a little or a lot obviously, but mostly chooses to "show" the emotion rather than truly "feeling" it, because he knows that is what
is expected of him.
A man may "choose" to show compassion, rather than really feeling it and naturally showing it as an outward appearance.
This I feel is a safety mechanism to remain strong no matter what the situation, and not to become vulnerable.
There is however, a part of all men which a women should never see.
The part that is the true raw animalistic self, the part that shows its ugly head once in a while.
My partner became upset the other day because I became enraged with something she had said. The animal within came to the surface and I punched the
dash board of the car quite hard. (I would never actually hit a person)
I was confused with her reaction because I have punched many things inside my house etc when no-ones looking and is quite normal for me, so I decided
to ask around at my workplace how many other men have gotten angry and punched something.
7 out of 7 men freely admitted they have punched a door or something in their house on several occasions.
Another friend I was visiting the same day showed me holes in the door from when something fell on his head and awoke the beast within.
This got me thinking, does every mans inner beast come out from time to time after it has been awoken by the mans true feelings of rage?
Are there any men out there who can honestly say they have never punched something after getting seriously angry?
Or ladies, do your partners or husbands get punchy with the house from time to time?