...are unique to her. Sometimes it's not an issue which is universal to women, which means it's not a women's issue, it's your woman's issue, and only she can help you resolve it. Our experiences are ours, and may have no parallels to anything in her world. So go ask her. On a slightly related note: There are some of us here who will be less inclined to share our experiences with you if you tell us you already asked your woman, but women always tell you whatever you want to hear. I mean, seriously. You're entitled to that perspective, but how are we supposed to feel about the implication that as women we are inherently disingenuous?