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  • Daria Vast

Why Romance is Dying: The Disappearance of Flowers, Courting, and Passion in Men

In today's society, it seems like men have lost their touch when it comes to romance. Why have men stopped giving flowers, courting, almost stopped falling in love, and feeling a thrill? Here are some reasons:

  1. Men may feel that women are willing to take care of them on their own, so they don't feel the need to show care and attention in return. With women becoming more independent and capable of taking care of themselves, some men may feel like they don't need to put in the extra effort to show affection and appreciation.

  2. Some men say they don't like flowers as a display of romance. Society has put a lot of pressure on men to act tough and not show their emotional side. This can lead to some men feeling uncomfortable showing their romantic side, even though they enjoy it.

  3. Some men may feel they easily receive women's attention and love, so they don't feel the need to make a special effort. In today's digital age, it's easier than ever for men to get attention from women through social media and dating apps. This can create a sense of entitlement where men feel like they don't need to put in the effort to win a woman's heart.

  4. Many women continue to date men even if they don't show care and attention, which can reinforce the behavior of men who don't see the need to change their behavior. Women need to hold men accountable and demand the affection and appreciation they deserve in a relationship. When women settle for less, it reinforces the behavior of men who don't see the value in putting in the extra effort.

It's time for men to step up their game and bring back the romance that makes relationships thrive. Let's show our partners that we care and appreciate them in ways that make their hearts skip a beat. After all, isn't that what love is all about?

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