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    My Intro

    I was born in Saint John New Brunswick, Canada. I was adopted at an early age and grew up in South Western Ontario. I was married young and that marriage lasted 18 years producing three children. I am a union tradesman in my 29th year.

    After Separation the children's mother began a relationship with a man with a dark past. Children's aid was involved and everything that goes with it. I was with ill health at the time and made just about every mistake a man could make in that situation. I failed to understand the rules of the game and that it was a game with high stakes. I lost. I spent many years be angry and bitter. But in all of that, I was and at times still am angry with myself. My MGTOW lifestyle immediately began to take root from that anger and outrage. With that anger and mistrust of women and the institutions of our society supporting them came one failed relationship after another. Further down that road of being by myself is where I continued to go. I worked hard, saved my money, stopped fighting for things, rights I realized I was never going to be given and started to live for myself. And still the anger persisted. I began to be reclusive and removed from society other than for the daily basics of life. This went on for many years.
    I found the men's rights movement and thought I had found my safe haven to air my grievances and dislike for women. It was beneficial and also destructive. I had the opportunity to connect with many who shared my experiences and hurt and pain. It was comforting. Yet, I found myself even more justified with my hate while there. I also felt a take or leave it kind of attitude among the clicks of those groups. I felt like I was trading one master for another. I started looking for something more meaningful for me.

    My first introduction into MGTOW as a "Thing" was coming across a few articles which were not very positive. After- all, I did not live in my mother's basement and I don't play online video games. But given what perspective the writers of these article were coming from and an instant recognition that these were the sorts who champion women as victims and turn a blind eye to what happens to men in family court, I decided to to do a bit more research. Enter much reading, researching, an awful lot of analysis (I do that too much), more reading and those internal arguments of truly wanting a significant other yet, realizing that my happiness seemed down a different path. And here I am asking if I can be accepted to this group to learn, grow, share, and find my comfort zone on my way to continuing to relearn everything I thought I knew.

    Along the way there have been setbacks. As soon as I think my financial nightmare is over, along comes another family law type of bill. But I do not fight it anymore. They say PAY and I pay. But soon, very soon, there will be no more paying. I am almost there and I can almost reach out and grab that new life and freedom. But what life is that? I have been very frugal for over a decade. I have made wise financial decisions. I have made do without. I have planned for the future. I am almost there. But my worst fear has always been crossing that threshold with nowhere to go, no compass pointing me in the right direction and afraid of starting over and not knowing what to do, what I am capable of doing. I knew I had to start preparing myself for being able to live a life that I have never lived before...My Own! And lately, I have been engaging in some dangerous and risky behaviour. I have bought shoes, some new clothes, I have starting cooking and freezing meals, trying new things to cook. I took what little savings I had and bought some rental property, I am thinking about getting a used vehicle. I am thinking positively about the idea of my retirement which comes in a few more years. And most dangerous of all, I am starting to have hope that with more days behind me than ahead of me, those days may just see me with a genuine smile on my face. My worst fear these days is knowing that this way of living is coming to an end and me not knowing how to begin again. I want to make sure I am ready.

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    Re: My Intro

    I don't know Bullpin, this is too easy to understand. Do it over, and be sure it's hard to figure out!

    What you going to do when you retire?

    The mod's decide who's in now, but they'll probably be ok with you. welcome.
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    Boy was I wrong. He got mad when nobody responded, and was in the process of being banned as I typed the above message.

    We don't hate rookies, and it's Jag's site. But some of us like it enough to be a little possessive. Rookies, don't just come stomping in, give us a chance to get used to you. If it takes awhile, tough shit.

    I once spilled my guts here and nobody had anything to say. I called the membership on it, and a few people chimed in. It was too sad a story to get much out of anyone was the real problem.
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    Re: My Intro

    I would say that anyone who wants to become a member should not be expecting special treatment, like it seems bullpin was.

    Also, his other post comes off to me as passive-aggressive behavior instead of assertive. He got all defensive and insulting when no one immediately replied to his post, like we are all just sitting around waiting for him.

    I gotta admit, there was one thing about his intro that struck me as odd too:

    And lately, I have been engaging in some dangerous and risky behaviour. I have bought shoes, some new clothes, I have starting cooking and freezing meals, trying new things to cook. I took what little savings I had and bought some rental property, I am thinking about getting a used vehicle.
    I dont know any man who considers buying shoes and cooking risky or dangerous. Sounds more like a chick, IMO.
    I refuse to be a part of the Three Ring Circus: Engagement ring. Wedding ring. Suffer ring.

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    Re: My Intro

    Quote Originally Posted by Chukhed View Post
    I would say that anyone who wants to become a member should not be expecting special treatment, like it seems bullpin was.

    Also, his other post comes off to me as passive-aggressive behavior instead of assertive. He got all defensive and insulting when no one immediately replied to his post, like we are all just sitting around waiting for him.

    I gotta admit, there was one thing about his intro that struck me as odd too:



    I dont know any man who considers buying shoes and cooking risky or dangerous. Sounds more like a chick, IMO.
    I missed that. Good eye Chuckhead.

    We must be making progress. I don't remember any women trying to become phony members when I joined, and it wasn't that long ago.
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    Re: My Intro

    I try to get to people's intros when I have the time. The trouble is, I work.
    Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. --Seneca

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    Re: My Intro

    Quote Originally Posted by William Noy View Post
    I try to get to people's intros when I have the time. The trouble is, I work.
    They can wait. The fact that phony's have freaked when things don't happen fast enough to suite them has helped us several times.

    I believe some people wondered about me when I joined, but in the end they decided I was OK.
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    Re: My Intro

    Holy crap! I just went and read 'his' rant - and was immediately struck by that hoary old chestnut, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned."

    Life has bitch-slapped him already, by his own account, and he still thinks he's speshul?
    A gun-toting, weed-smoking, gray-bearded redneck with a Masters - old and dangerous.

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    I work in financial planning. I am interested in metal (all kinds), miniature painting and PC gaming. I live in Scotland.


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