Posted 2/22/2012 1:28 pm
Women are raised with the fantasy that there is this magical human being out there that will complete them and make their lives a living blissful and effortless dream. For them to stand up and say, "I'm not gonna settle" says so much about them. Oh, and it's all negative, shallow and flat-out stupid. There is no way in hell a person with this mindset will every have a meaningful relationship, because they are incapable of such a thing. They're already married to a fantasy and prefer living an illusion in suspended animation versus dropping the fantasy and looking in the mirror and relating to real human beings. The fact of the matter is that they have absolutely nothing to offer anybody right now. Other than faux camaraderie with other loony women in the same boat that, is, of course.
Posted 2/22/2012 1:39 pm
"Not only was this man holding purple tulips but he wore a matching purple silk shirt as well. I wondered did he search out a matching shirt for the tulips or did he search out tulips to match his shirt?"
Posted 2/22/2012 1:59 pm
Well I never. I just opened up my mailbox and what did I see. A link that took me to page one of this topic. It looks like anyone can post here. What kind of people are you I've never seen anything like this. You people are sick, get help its not a joke. shame on you
yeah, what she's describing is closer to sociopathy. She hasn't worked out those men weren't actually in love with her but just wanted to fuck her, so they must be borderline to fall out of love so quick..
Posted 2/22/2012 2:41 pm
Most women myself included want to be adored, and for myself I would like to adore my partner as well. For I don't want a half dead man that's in adoration and amazement that he has me. No I want someone within ten years of my age that I can grow and have fun with. However is adoration from men a thing of the past? For my grandparents were madly in love until the day they died, she worshiped him, and he did her, it was special. Does this exist anymore? I know I can meet plenty of men 20+ years older than myself to adore me, why wouldn't they? A man in his 60s with a 40 something feels like quite the stud muffin as he should. For the woman, she does have the security he may never leave her, but he will. For this man 20 + years older will more than likely be dead long before she will, thus leaving her to be alone. However this woman will be adored, but with a cost.