In the first stage of dating, we find ourselves attracted to a potential partner. It is our hope that the feeling is mutual, that the timing is right, and that we will have an opportunity to explore the possibilities.
In stage two, the challenge is to recognize a shift from feeling attraction to feeling uncertain if that partner is right for us.
A woman might say, "I don't hear well out of my right ear. " By contrast, men who did disclose a loss of hearing typically said they were hard of hearing, without suggesting coping strategies for the person trying to converse with them.
The study, conducted by Jessica West and Konstantina Stankovic — colleagues at Harvard University and Massachusetts Eye and Ear in Boston — suggests that men with hearing loss might fare better if they adopted women's straightforward approach.
A large Swiss study of 4,979 adult male and 3,410 adult female hearing aid users found that women were more likely to use their hearing aids regularly and for longer periods during the day than men.
This five-step approach from Ask Mars will help you to avoid some of the unnecessary pitfalls.To become uncertain doesn't mean that this person is wrong for you.Without an understanding of this stage, it is too easy for a man to drift from partner to partner and for a woman to make the mistake of pursuing a man more than he is pursuing her.' A number said they had noticed big differences between what men and women are like in the bedroom.One said '[I]n general, sex with women is more varied, tends to last longer and everyone orgasms 5 -10 times', while another added 'Sex with women seems less climax oriented'.We have long known that men and women talk differently — and this includes the way they talk about their hearing loss.