I was asked a question from a woman: “Can a man make a wife a real mistress, a shore, a keeper of the hearth, soft and supple, supportive in everything, endlessly faithful, happy, relaxed, smiling, rejoicing woman? Is this possible? Or is it all dependent? only from women? ”
My answer is yes, sometimes it is possible. Conditions:
For a man, this woman is not one of many, but her beloved. Changing oneself is something to give up on yourself in the past, and then a woman should know well why she needs it. She will agree to change herself if she understands and feels that she is not only giving up on something, but also how much she is gaining. And most importantly, it acquires – for many years! – a worthy man who really loves her.
A man knows how to love. He educates her not just for his convenience, but taking care of her, about her future and her happiness. Women are sometimes inclined to scold themselves – he will stop her in this and will accustom himself to respect and appreciate. It can be difficult for women to remember their own obligations – he will be her memory and her support, he will help her to do what she wants from herself and what they want together. Continue reading
Women do not know how to love. Twist as you like, but this is the real truth.
Strongly said, yes?
That’s what I wanted to call this note, but I regretted Runet. He, sickly (causing compassion), has not yet departed from the past, which was called “Men hate weak women.” Having shown compassion, I reduced the intensity of provocation, and the title of the note is different.
Why did I want to name the article “Women Can’t Love”? Strictly speaking, because it is. Women really do not know how to love (here, of course, we must immediately make a reservation – this is exactly the same with men; they do not know how to love).
The thing is this: to love is to be on an equal footing. And women (and men) know how to be bad on equal terms. Women usually fall into the position of Mom (orders, teaches and controls) or Daughters (begs, helpless, controls, but in a different way). Continue reading
Not all parents love their children, at least not always, not in all situations the parents of their children love. It is a fact. But speaking from the point of view of “must,” then “loving your children” is a parental duty. If you want, you don’t want to, but these are your children, you gave birth to them (gave birth), now you need to feed them, take care of their health and education, educate them and prepare them for future adult life. Normal parents of their children are obliged to love.
But if the children have already grown up, if they have already become adults, then from a formal point of view, the parents have fulfilled their duty, their compulsory program. It is clear that if parents loved their children for 18 years, they will not stop doing it, but they no longer have a duty to love their children. Continue reading