Ideally, you want a woman who’s easygoing, easy to get along with and communicates when you ask her what she’s thinking and feeling. She will actually just tell you effortlessly, without holding back, without saying, “I don’t want to talk about it,” just refusing to talk and communicate. When you ask her a question, because you want to know what she’s thinking and feeling, she’s going to tell you. Those women are the easiest to get along with, because you can just talk and working things out. You can understand where she’s coming from, it’s easy to make her feel heard and understood, and it also helps you to make it easy to resolve differences.
Coach Corey Wayne
I guess Emily skipped reading this part...
I have a boundary. I don't let women make me jump through hoops of any kind. I keep having to end relationships because of this.
If a woman can't voice her needs clearly and verbally out loud in English then the chances of them being met is roughly 0%. It's not clear to me why women are taught (by other women, not any patriarchy) the exact opposite of this?