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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    Sid's still there. But your right, she deleted most of the critic's. Guess a ten to one good/bad ratio's not good enough. That's one way to get what you want, I guess. Especially when your audience is barking mad.
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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    Meh. It's her sugar-tits vagina site. She can delete all dissenting opinions. They can wipe the seagull shit off their windshields.
    My job was to take a massive shit, and I did just that.

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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    I left a comment. I'm a sniper, not a grenadier.

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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    Not all nice guys are door mats. But society has reinforced this notion to the point it has been accepted as standard. So, if you are labeled as a nice guy that is the same thing as saying you are worthless. Even the homeless druggie down the street has more worth.

    A message to lurkers that have been called nice guys. There is no going back when society views productive men of society as beneath them. Let them roll around in their own rot as you walk away into a new path of adventure and wonder.

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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    If you are in a relationshit at all, married, girlfriend, living together, you sort of need to be able to fake being purple pill. Reddish purple, though.

    Take what we know and add typical Venus/Mars type relationship books to it so you can figure out when she is communicating irrationally so you will listen and empathize instead of trying to 'fix' things.

    Most females only go bi-polar when they feel unloved and unappreciated or otherwise taken for granted and you'll never know when that is due to how irrational and hormonal they are. If a guy does or says the wrong thing to appease her, that's when she falls out of love and/or cucks him. And runs up all the credit cards.

    Both Nice Guys and jerks fail at that often, where is likely where that article stems from. From the comments, a lot of those guys also got fat from working so much and women are shallow.

    The Red Pill part is basically keep tabs on her spending and never feeling guilty about having a key logger on computers or phones that you pay for to monitor her texts and stuff so you can arrange to catch her or act suspicious if she gets out of line. You do so as if something else she is doing gave it away. Never reveal you're monitoring her texts and facebook, etc.

    Women are basically children in a lot of ways and need to be diciplined and then, quite paradoxically, she is less likely to want a divorce or to cheat or withold sex or disrepect you at all in the long run.

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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Sid's still there. But your right, she deleted most of the critic's. Guess a ten to one good/bad ratio's not good enough. That's one way to get what you want, I guess. Especially when your audience is barking mad.
    Yeah I saw. Really strange when visiting her site yesterday evening I couldn't see his comment anymore. In any case it's not really a problem.

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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    Tried to post a comment ... but got a "banned from viewing" reply. LOL (and it wasn't a name calling post, fairly mild in it's criticism of the selfish female mindset represented)

    Obviously the website ONLY wants posts that support the entire concept of Women BAILING from marriages if they are no longer getting the endorphin 'feel good' chemical dumps in their brains IS GREAT ... and EVERY WOMAN SHOULD CONSIDER IT!!

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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    They sure go on about how much it hurt's to watch their family's suffer.


    I don't remember anyone around here admitting any of their ex's felt a bit bad over the damage they caused. Did I miss something? Oh, that's right, brave victim sounds better than unfaithful skank. Scare's me to think how many there must be.
    Drop the needle!

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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    I donít have any commitment to any of these men, but simply feeling that way around them made me realize that by staying in my marriage. I am missing out on something I deeply crave and long to nurture. Now, on the other side of my marriage, I see that I may not ever find that kind of romantic connection that I crave, and I may be lonely. I see those I love most suffering because of this decision, and I am left feeling selfish, guilty and all-around rotten.Ē
    Right here she is telling us she is not getting any commitment from other guys, she thought the grass was greener on the other side and once she was divorced she was presented with the Truth but still hamsters it away telling all who will listen she made the right decision (including herself). She is looking for validation, that is all I read.

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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    My observation is that "adult" women treat marriage as they would a high school relationship. They think breaking up is a solution to minor problems.

    Of course, they mostly cause those minor problems... on purpose. And turn them into major problems if we don't take the bait early on.

    See, men, being actual adults, understand that marriage, should they enter it, is a lifetime commitment. Especially if we have kids. So men are more willing to work through problems and compromise. Of course, any reasonableness or outright undeserved charity from men is met with an escalation of outrageous grievances by the woman until the man does something to give her an advantage in divorce, then she pulls the trigger.

    Men, don't get married.

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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    Women are taught that life is about their success and happiness and if things are not working out, just pick up and leave.
    Perhaps this plays into why women don't stay at companies as long as men do, and don't get to the higher ranks in seniority.

    Shit gets a little difficult, and it's time for a new group of people.

    New dishes.
    New curtains.
    New kitchen.
    New carpet.
    New car.
    New friends.
    New job.
    New husband...

    New new new new. Women's need for continually changing shit is amazing to me.

    The fact that "home" and "fashion" get used in the same sentence makes me want to barf.

    Changing things to update color or pattern... no time for that shit.

    I don't have any friends who would look down their nose at me because my home's color scheme or furniture style was dated.
    I don't want any friends like that either.
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    Re: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a really nice guy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious_Sid View Post
    Women are taught that life is about their success and happiness and if things are not working out, just pick up and leave.
    Perhaps this plays into why women don't stay at companies as long as men do, and don't get to the higher ranks in seniority.

    Shit gets a little difficult, and it's time for a new group of people.

    New dishes.
    New curtains.
    New kitchen.
    New carpet.
    New car.
    New friends.
    New job.
    New husband...

    New new new new. Women's need for continually changing shit is amazing to me.

    The fact that "home" and "fashion" get used in the same sentence makes me want to barf.

    Changing things to update color or pattern... no time for that shit.

    I don't have any friends who would look down their nose at me because my home's color scheme or furniture style was dated.
    I don't want any friends like that either.
    From my personal bad experience its a perfect give away of someone not human .

    And a perfect good riddance both for you and for that someone .
    You cant keep a player down!
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