Rather than wanting him to change, the better path is to move towards understanding each other better.

Understanding each other is the basis of connection.

If you want the relationship to move forward, find deeper areas where you can reach him and inspire him.

But let’s take a completely different side of this…

When men act out in whatever way they act out, you’ll find what I just described at the heart of the matter: a deep feeling of separateness, insignificance and undesirability.

Most guys would never admit to feeling anything like that.

because I know there are women reading this thinking, “Why should a woman do for this flirtatious disrespectful pig of a man? Here’s the deal – you’re asking me this question because you do not find his behavior acceptable. A guy always knows a woman’s limit is measured by how much she’s willing to tolerate.

And yet, you’ve been demonstrating to him that you’re OK with it. Women feel this instinctively and will usually try to put up a front, claiming that they won’t stand for his bad behavior and making empty threats.

When you can accept him as he is, you start to show him a path towards filling that void.

When you can recognize what he “gets” from his behavior and you can truly understand him as a man, you might not take his actions personally anymore.

Most aren’t even consciously aware of those feelings.

But if you can see past your own hurts and desires, you’ll see men everywhere trying to fill emotional voids through their actions and achievements.

I have been with my boyfriend for over a year and I do not understand why he won’t stop flirting with other girls.