Master Don Juan
- Dec 16, 2015
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You are incorrect on the merits. My story is elsewhere but obviously you chose not to become informed.I've met this type many, many, many times before. Actually, she is the norm now. A ballbuster who has to be in control and winds up marrying a beta male as her pet. Then, she cheats on him or at least tries to, whining the entire time "woah is me, my husband's a beta male!"
She is miserable now because she's spent an entire lifetime trying to be something she's not: a man. She lost her chance to live a life as a successful female, which is a life of service to her man and her children. Instead, she's a geriatric anorexic addicted to botox, trying to look like a 15 year old.
A woman by nature exists to serve her man and her family. Anything else is a waste. And that's what she is here: a wasted up old granny desperate for internet attention.
I married someone who was respected and demonstrated leadership and SMV at the time. Someone I expected to lead the family & that I expected to defer to as head of the family.
Someone desirable at the time.
Then life happened and he fell down & wouldn’t get up. He became depressed and abdicated his role as a man. I was supportive in every way. But if someone does nothing it’s an impossible problem. No way was my life & my family going to hell because he curled up in a ball and elected to stay that way.
So I stepped into the gap out of necessity. Obviously I lost respect for him as a man (because a man would have gotten back on his feet), and although I was loyal many years (never cheated or considered it), and although the sexual desire never waned, the respect did. So after many years I left at great financial risk. It was the correct decision. I get to be the feminine essence in my relationships now as is the natural way of things.
My life has continued to evolve as reflected in the content of this thread. Unfortunately my ex husband has languished and is unrecognizable as the man I married. Those are his results. His problems. I’m not tethered to that anymore.
My story is elsewhere in greater detail as I noted. Part of the message in this thread is resilience and perseverance in the face of great difficulty and unexpected circumstances. I rose above adverse circumstances to success in life.
And so to can others. Cheers.