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10 Men Who Can’t Love, Is That You?

Men and love, it’s important to consider the men who find love difficult. The men who, therefore, can’t find love. These men exist and tend to cause chaos in their attempts at relationships with women.

In another article I looked at How to Love a Woman . In talking about men in love. I said that it’s an overwhelming emotion you have about another person, an emotion that you can’t truly explain but you can’t get rid of. It makes you want to be with that person, hold them, touch them, have sex with them. It shows itself as an exchange of energy, a polarity, that excites your soul. Love makes you feel great and totally transforms life. So to show what love is I will look at 10 men who can’t love. It is in this contrast that the true depths of love are revealed.


It makes me sad that so many men just don’t feel this emotion, that there are so many men who can’t love. Yes, they have relationships, get married, have sex, bring up children, but still their lives remain relatively barren, they are still men who can’t find love. They try hard but remain separated from their wife, girlfriend or partner. They sometimes have co-dependent relationships that are based on need or gap-filling, but they never truly know the wonder of an inter-dependent relationship based on trust and self-knowledge.

On balance what is it that holds them back? What is that gets in the way and stops them? Who are the Men Who Can’t Find Love? They stand in our midst and we often fail to see them.

Who Are The Men?

Here are some pointers to what is happening in their lives instead of love:

1. Men who are looking for their mother.

I don’t know whether the mothers or the men are to blame for this. The men are looking to be fed, have their cleaning done and be generally molly-coddled.

She didn’t really teach me to look after myself or care for my woman.

I can remember my mother feeding me to show her love for me. It was great but it got too much for me at times. She didn’t really teach me to look after myself or care for my woman. However I did not realise this at the time.

I now do the cooking and take part in the household chores, it is not my woman to look after me. I must do my part.

2. Men who are too absorbed in themselves.

It is their life, their hobbies, their friends, their ambition, their children, their… Somehow their women do not seem to come into the equation.

I can remember staying at work too long.

Men are used to running the world and filling their lives with activities and occupations. Nowadays men have even taken the role of father so seriously that they can forget that their woman is more than a mother.

I can remember staying at work too long when things were growing in my business. I can remember staying behind for a drink with my colleagues, forgetting my wife waiting for me at home. It was not good…

3. Men who are too on mission.

This is slightly different from the previous men who can’t love because woman love their men to be on mission. The focus and dedication of a man on mission is an amazing sight.

Men need to find a balance.

Sometimes it just goes too far. Sometimes the climber climbs one too many mountains and kills the relationship in the process, Sometimes the businessman goes on one too many trips abroad and loses sight of home.

Men need to find a balance on their focus on their mission.

4. Men who see themselves as alpha.

These are the ones that cause me so much pain. They are men who have a misplaced idea about men needing to be the alpha-males. Yes, dogs do it, but they do not have the intelligence we have.

They just show how lacking they are in any emotion

These men chase and conquer women to show how great they are. In the process they just show how lacking they are in any emotion, understanding or even humanity.

They are no better than dogs even if on the surface they appear to know what women want.

5. Men who just want a pal.

These are the sad ones who spend their lives going to the pub or the football game. They remember the great times with their pals when they were young and just want it to continue.

Sometimes men just need to realise they need to grow up.

Occasionally it works when the woman becomes one of the lads, but this never lasts, then the man is left wondering what happened.

Sometimes men just need to realise they need to grow up.

6. Men who are afraid of intimacy.

It is clear from looking at many realtionships that men often have difficulty dealing with intimacy, particularly when a relationship appears to be out of their control.

Men need help to overcome their fear.

The interesting part of this is that men also have difficulty acknowledging that they have difficulty dealing with intimacy. They usually sublimate the emotions into actions that they can understand.

This can show itself as aggression or even abuse, buit generally just results in sullenness and withdrawal. Men who have this difficulty need help to overcome their fear and learn to become a normal part of the world.

7. Men who want their lost youth.

This shows itself, classically, in the mid-life crisis. Things were great when they were young, or so they remember. Life was free and easy, there were no pressures, no mortgages. Their women were beautiful and nubile in the time before children.

It is possible to bring youth into your life by changing outlook.

They have affairs trying to reach their long lost nirvana. In the process they throw everything away.

It is possible, however, to bring your youth into your present life by changing your outlook.

8. Men who want to control.

Furthermore there are men who can’t love who just never seem to get over the temper tantrums of their childhood. They want everything and they want it now. No-one is going to stand in their way.

There is a world out there that doesn’t revolve around them!

They lash out at their wife and children as well as their employees at work. Nothing is good enough for them.

All in all they need to open their eyes and see that there is a big wide world out there that doesn’t revolve around them!

9. Men who lack a sense of polarity.

These are the ‘New Men’ who feel compassion for their women and want to spend their lives honouring and worshiping them. There’s nothing wrong with this as such but the problem comes when their masculinity disappears in the process.

Polarity disappears and relationships become empty.

As a result they go into ‘their feminine‘ and lose their sense of being a man. They seek equality with their woman and end up being the same.

The polarity disappears and the relationship become empty.

10. Men who are just too macho.

They just get so tied up with being a man. They look good, they drive a great car and they just expect women to fall over themselves to get to him.

Look at yourself for what a woman sees in you.

Well at first women do. Then they find that there’s nothing there, there’s no substance, no real man at all.

Don’t get caught in this trap, look at yourself long and slow and look for what a woman sees in you.

Does This Mean Men Are Incapable Of Love?

This list seems to suggest that men are incapable of love. This is far from the truth. Most men I know are able to deeply love their partner, but they do not always show it. This is not because they do not feel it but because they have become afraid of displaying their emotions. So the lesson here is to sense the depth of what you feel and let it show. Do not shy away from what does not appear to be a masculine thing to do. I can assure you that it is.

When a man develops his presence and awareness he can find a power deep down inside that women are seeking. It is this power and confidence, an authentic power and confidence that successful men have. It is not arrogance or domination, it is a depth of love and compassion that is unbeatble.

So men, take care, become aware of who you are and how women see you. Don’t become one of the 10 men who cant love a woman, be strong, be present and find love.

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  • Amir says:

    Every single one of these points portray men as selfish, entitled, or ignorant. There are some factors that cause men not to love that are not of their own doing.

    Like being hurt repeatedly by bad women.
    Or being bullied most of their life.
    Or not having the economic/social status to attract women.
    Or NOT being an alpha male, believe it or not, this can cause women to not even notice you and make a man resent love and relationships because all the women he sees wants the alpha male.

    I understand this was written by a woman, but you are only painting men in a bad light. If a man wrote this same exact article about women, there would be a riot.

    • Sat Purusha says:

      I hate to disappoint you but I am most definitely a man, and I wrote the article. Your comment is so derogatory in that it places much of the blame on women, you really are wrong there. The answer to this problem is NOT to be a Alpha Male, it is to be a man who is self-aware and capable of understanding and compassion. Please read thea again and try to see how I am trying to help men, not insult them. Again I am a man and I see this situation through my experience.

  • RJMAC says:

    Great article! I am such a man. At 35 and having slept with nearly 130 women I am unable to feel a connection with anyone (not only women). My whole life has been negatively affected by my inability to bond with people. I have few friends because friendship only interests me in thought but not in emotion. I have no feeling to guide me in my communication with people so awkwardness is the general way I feel. Obviously too self conscious but unable to let go and let it be. I fell deeply in love with a girl when I was 14 and she broke my heart so I said “Love is useless, I never want to feel love again,” and to this day I haven’t. I have been searching all my life for love and it has evaded me. It’s best for others that I don’t try to meet them or befriend them as my lack of ability to connect usually hurts others. Any suggestions as to who I can turn to for help?
    Many thanks

    • Sat Purusha says:

      Hi, thanks for your comment, I appreciate your openness in talking about yourself. You can move beyond this, at 35 it’s by no means too late to turn this around and open your life up to emotion and love. There are a number of options here on, I can vouch for them because they have worked in my life, that’s why I have developed them.

      First is the Forgiveness Process with my good friend Chbris Howard. This will help you cut the ties with people in your life who are not serving you. I am particularly thinking of the girl who broke your heart. Give it a go, it is simple but very powerful.

      Second is the 12 part course on How To Love A Woman. This will reset how you view yourself and enable you to start putting in place the tools to enable you to move forward. Take your time over this and work on it deeply, it can transform your life.

      Third is the 40 Day Challenge for Men. This will take you deep into a process of discovering emotion and understanding how you deal with life. This is also a powerful process that can work wonders.

      In each case follow the links to access the resource I suggest. They are all free to take part in and are directly based on my experience.

      Lastly if, having worked through these, you find you still need some help go to my ]Coaching Page]( and send me a message. We can talk about whether I can offer you any personal help.

      Best wishes and keep looking forwards rather than backwards, thtat is where the future lies.

    • Bret says:

      You know, its funny. Im on the opposite side of the spectrum, being nearly 39 and having slept with 3 women, and only doing it 5 times total. Interesting how two polar opposites find themselves in the same situation. Personally, Im glad I was not such a man whore. But in my case it was simply never a priority. Drinking, getting high and working to support those habits and only those habits is my excuse. What is yours again?

  • Buck Ofame says:

    Men who are turned off by the typically vapid, self-centered, unfeminine, sloppy, ignorant, dull American woman.

    • Sat Purusha says:

      That really is uncalled for. Clearly you are projecting your feelings, is this is so you need to do some work. Let me know if I can help.