Forgive the rope pull!
For lovers, fiancés, and especially for couples. . .
Studies show that men have a tendency to make decisions, while women tend to listen to their instincts and take time to look at things. Couples and couples are encouraged to use this natural disparity between men and women to their advantage rather than to drag each other down and judge their tendencies.
When a woman makes a suggestion to her partner before making a decision, it is better to let her calm down and think about what he or she has seen and decided.
When a woman is confronted with a decision by a male partner, it is better to be willing to balance what she has been doing with her decision-making rather than to say, “You always want to be in a hurry.”
In any case, it is wise to use balance, not procrastination.