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Might be related to how their dad treated them and finding comfort zone within that.
Because that's a reflection of what they think about themselves. They think that's all they are worth. Low self esteem.
I'm currently keeping tabs on a girl who use to be this type of woman but she has now settled down with a beta provider who has a wealthy family [wealthy enough anyway]. He is the opposite of all the men she use to hook up with. So far she is enduring but I am waiting for her inevitable affair post marriage.Simple honest answer? They enjoy it. It’s taboo to say but that’s the honest truth. Has nothing to do with daddy issues, it’s just that they enjoy being treated that way.
Oh I can see how this story will play out a mile away. She never grew out of it, she probably misses it. But she knows those types of guys usually can’t provide a can of cat food much less a decent roof over her head. She is constantly thinking of how can she keep her current lifestyle while having the bad boy Chad too.I'm currently keeping tabs on a girl who use to be this type of woman but she has now settled down with a beta provider who has a wealthy family [wealthy enough anyway]. He is the opposite of all the men she use to hook up with. So far she is enduring but I am waiting for her inevitable affair post marriage.
Happens in Vietnam all the time. I know 2 incidents specifically. Im not going to comment much on this but its primal and Roissey had a tweet about this that was hitting to the core.
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The syndrome develops in response to a three-stage cycle found in intimate partner violence situations. First, tension builds in the relationship. Second, the abusive partner releases tension via violence while blaming the victim for having caused the violence. Third, the violent partner makes gestures of contrition. However, the partner does not find solutions to avoid another phase of tension building and release so the cycle repeats. The repetition of the violence, despite the abuser's attempts to "make nice", results in the abused partner feeling at fault for not preventing a repeat cycle of violence
Hmm, while I was indeed raised by a single mother after my 8th birthday, I didn’t come here trying to get an ex back luckily I had read enough pick up before I was ever in a relationship to know a few things at leastIf you do a first posting search on half the male forum members here, you'll find something similar:
A good majority wanted to get back together with a girlfriend that treated them badly, or they want another dating chance with someone that treated them badly.
Speaking of "daddy issues"... let's look at the other side of the coin. Previous postings have indicated that a lot of us didn't exactly grow up with the mom/dad white picket fence lifestyle (self included).