if you have a "no wife'",in a year or two you'd bitch she wasn't a "yes wife" and vice versa
Men only want what they don't have.
The girl that was..the girl that could have been..the girl that sorta is, but not quite, etc...
never ever(or very rarely) the girl that IS (after at least a few months)
I didn't marry a strong woman to start with. When I married my wife she was fairly overweight and did not have a lot of confidence in herself. Over the years she has lost weight, become more independent and confident in herself and more trusting of me, not because I gave her any reason to, but because she had been treated like sh*t by sh*t men before we met.
That poor beyatch is for overlooking and taking for granted..meanwhile he is yearning....other..any girl that isn't his already (and usually the opposite of the girl he already has and desperately wanted at some point)
do you know how many men either privately or publically pine over their exe's..that they TRULY f'd over for their supposed latest "soul mate"? (who they dumprf daid ex for and have now married and now kinda hate)
both women victims of men's need for what isn't and non appreciaction of what is.
I have no ex's to pine over. I dated one woman for about two months when I got out of high school. My wife is the first and only woman I have been with.
men live for the chase..and little else..it seems..to me
Greedy, disloyal glutons..most of them
Most men, yes. But not all.
This all ties in with the objectification of women. To see them as some kind of non living, non feeling "other" makes it easier to use them like toys and to F them over.
This is mostly because men don't take the time to understand the women they are with. Either they don't realize how easy is to understand and function peacefully with a woman, or they are just macho ***holes that look at women a property of theirs. Man's entire history has been built on the fact that God created the man superior. It's a flaw and it has not been addressed.
which most men land up doing to women these days (and abanding threir kids, taboot)
its pathetic..and it seems like some kind of pandemic these days
males should feel ashamed fo it
Nothing wrong with being bitter. I am myself for something totally different.
"That's the problem with drinking ... If something bad happens you drink in attempt to forget; if something good happens you drink in order to celebrate; and if nothing happens you drink to make something happen." -- Charles Bukowski