Many times, these men are scared of how their partners would feel if they express these worries.
How do you tell a woman she is being too committed to you without hurting her feelings?
Many men do not know the answer to this question, so they just stay off the discussion of telling their partner to slow down a bit, even though they are feeling very suffocated already.
Whether you’ve put on a few pounds as you got comfortable in the relationship or intentionally lost substantial weight, he may quietly be bothered by your new look.
Simply because many women take weight issues to heart, your man might just shut his mouth about it, even though it bothers him a lot.
I once saw a certain survey which pointed to the fact that for many men, the hair a woman accumulates ‘down there’ might be a bigger issue than was once thought.
Many men might find this topic a bit embarrassing and might not want to hurt your feeling by talking about it even though they have qualms about it.
Perhaps asking your man how he likes it may be an easier way to settle this.
Quite a number of men are also embarrassed to discuss with their partners, how much or how less ‘sexual drama’ they would rather be having in the bedroom.
Some men do not feel comfortable being with a woman that earns more than they do.
If for instance, he earned more than you do when you began dating, but somewhere along the line, you got a massive pay rise and began to earn more than him, he might resent this, but find it hard to express it; for the fear of sounding like a misogynist.