Why women leave men they love: What every man should know

Written by Henrik Rothen

Sep.14 - 2023 11:23 AM CET

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"What every man should know"

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American marriage counselor Justice Schanfarber's blog post has gone viral, shared over 200,000 times on social media. The post delves into the painful truth that women often leave men they still love.

Schanfarber identifies a key reason for this: the lack of presence from their male partners. Despite being good men and fathers who provide for their families, these men are not emotionally present in their relationships.

This emotional absence leaves their partners feeling neglected and taken for granted.

The core issue: Emotional absence

Schanfarber emphasizes that the primary reason women leave men they love is the man's lack of emotional presence. Whether he's working, playing golf, watching TV, or fishing, he's physically there but emotionally absent.

This leaves women feeling neglected and taken for granted, even if their partners are otherwise good men.

The importance of being present

Schanfarber advises men to be emotionally present in their relationships. He suggests dedicating at least five minutes of undivided attention to their partners every day.

This simple act can make a significant difference in the relationship's emotional health.

Women have confided in Schanfarber that someone else could easily sweep them off their feet and take them away from their emotionally absent husbands.

This realization is frightening for them and should serve as a wake-up call for men.

Justice Schanfarber's blog post serves as a cautionary tale for men who take their partners for granted. Being emotionally present is crucial for maintaining a healthy relationship.

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