Tangerinedream

Do guys like moody girls

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I’m a quiet loner who can be moody and I like a lot of space to think and don’t like socialising too much.  When I say moody I mean changing moods depending on the moon, weather, cycle etc.  So sometimes happy and loving and other times melodramatic or snappy, and then other times melancholic and quiet.  It’s not really possible for me to have one constant mood and I can’t fake being happy.. I just wonder if I can ever meet guy who is unaffected by my mood state that is always changing and flowing

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He will need lots of Emotional Maturity which most guys do not have. If you are looking for a man, you might want to look for a much older guy because only those have a certain bit of maturity. That's just my guess. 

Depends on his upbringing.

 


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As long as you're not a drama queen, it's fine. I hate that, starting shit for no reason.

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6 minutes ago, Preety_India said:

He will need lots of Emotional Maturity which most guys do not have. If you are looking for a man, you might want to look for a much older guy because only those have a certain bit of maturity. That's just my guess. 

Depends on his upbringing.

 

Yeah.  I feel like guys who I dated would also withdraw or act moody if I was being moody..  so maybe I was attracting them?!   

 

4 minutes ago, Peter Miklis said:

As long as you're not a drama queen, it's fine. I hate that, starting shit for no reason.

No I don’t mean being toxic and starting fights etc. But being dramatic about life hahah.  

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Just now, Tangerinedream said:

Yeah.  I feel like guys who I dated would also withdraw or act moody if I was being moody.. 

If the guy who you're dating suffers insecurities and is generally low on EQ and social cues, then his chances of acting moody are even higher. 

 


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22 minutes ago, Preety_India said:

If the guy who you're dating suffers insecurities and is generally low on EQ and social cues, then his chances of acting moody are even higher. 

 

interesting. So I need to meet a guy who is less moody than I am 😅

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1 minute ago, Tangerinedream said:

interesting. So I need to meet a guy who is less moody than I am 😅

Haha. Meet the  best guys  possible. Worry  about  mood  later.

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56 minutes ago, Tangerinedream said:

I’m a quiet loner who can be moody and I like a lot of space to think and don’t like socialising too much.  When I say moody I mean changing moods depending on the moon, weather, cycle etc.  So sometimes happy and loving and other times melodramatic or snappy, and then other times melancholic and quiet.  It’s not really possible for me to have one constant mood and I can’t fake being happy.. I just wonder if I can ever meet guy who is unaffected by my mood state that is always changing and flowing

Good question.

If you take responsibility for how you feel and you don't make others responsible for how you feel, then guys will really love you! Then they will see you as the best 'girlfriend material' out there, so to speak. If you don't take responsibility for how you feel and you blame others for how you feel, then guys will despise you. Then they'll call you 'emotionally crazy', 'needy', etc. They may not necessarily be right about that, but what they think does matter.

When I say 'guys will despise you for not taking responsibility for how you feel', I mean the ones who are grounded in their masculine and the ones who can make you feel safe to express yourself freely. If they're not grounded in their masculine, if they can't contain your moods, then they will be avoidant and withdraw. Completely different situation! You probably don't want to be with those guys. If you're chasing them and getting nowhere with them, I want to tell you that better options exist. They're few and far between, but they exist nonetheless!

 

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I think communication is key, being aware of and able to own one's mood and communicate say it being a shitty day, needing space, or whatever is going on.

Even if we guys pickup on those moods and learn to respond as best fits needs, that communication alleviate unnecessary stress in a relationship, navigating away from unnecessary drama. 

Anyways, being able to communicate adds to the foundation of a healthy relationship. 

 

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2 hours ago, Tangerinedream said:

No I don’t mean being toxic and starting fights etc. But being dramatic about life hahah.  

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You'd be much wiser to be asking yourself, "What kind of guys do I like?"

Women don't have to worry much about attracting. There will always be men who are attracted to you.

The big thing is standing empowered in your own intuition and being selective about who you choose.

And to worry about if you are generally attractive to men or not, will shift you into masculine attractor/pursuer mode as opposed to feminine selector mode.

And the feminine power sits with being the selector. 


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I think part of divine feminie is that she is slightly unpredictable, temperamental, sometimes wild and sometimes reserved and isolated It's totally fine and keeps things interesting as long as the woman is not complete unpredictable 100% of the time to the point that all rationality is lost


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Moody girls tend to be passive aggressive. I don't like that. If you are a good communicator and have self reflection it is not that bad. 


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@Tangerinedream Why are you even wondering about that? Did some jerk leave you because of mood swings? Well, it's his loss, and he can shove it.

In any case, just be yourself, and don't care. Different people have different tastes. Some guys are adaptable, they will adjust to your every mood just to keep you happy. Others are egocentric jerks who only care about themselves. Most guys are in between in various degrees.

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I don´t know about guys. But I don´t like them. I don´t like moody girls and I don´t like moody guys. The girls are more often moody. I hate it when my colleague comes and declares, she has her period. And behaves the whole day like an asshole. No. it´s not cute. 

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@Hulia

 

I hate it when my colleague comes and declares, she has her Jurassic period. And behaves the whole day like an asshole. No. it´s not cute. 

Corrected it for ya :D


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