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Post Reply Why are women so complicated?
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Posted 2/8/15 , edited 2/8/15
Not every one will be easy to read. Regardless of gender, everyone has been through stuff and are complex in their own ways.
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Females are "Complicated" because being "complicated" let's them forgive themselves when they act like self-centered sociopaths. It allows them to alleviate any guilt they might have when they hurt someone else. It allows them to be the victim no matter what happens. The worst part is that there is nothing any male can do about it. Well I guess I did something about it. I just stopped interacting with them.
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Women are only as complicated as you Men it.

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That is a question that can never be answered. ( but I'm pretty sure girls think the same thing about guys sometimes )
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Posted 2/9/15 , edited 26 days ago
you know as hard as it is to believe there are girls out there who think why do guys always go for the wrong type of girl
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Just because a gal isn't interested in you doesn't mean she is stuck up. Just like you are not attracted to every girl, they are not attracted to every guy. I know plenty of nice girls that have nothing wrong with them and I am just not attracted to them. The important thing to remember is to maintain a healthy mindset and a healthy relationship with these girls. If you like one of your close friends, and they don't like you back, should you be spending all your time with them, and thinking about them all the time? Probably not, as that is not healthy, and will most likely not end well. As Christians often say, "Guard your heart."
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I don't like stuck up guys and I think a great guy is a guy being him self not trying to be some thing he is not and I am staying the way I am and if a guy don't like it he can leave
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Why are women so complicated? ... You are not asking the right question. We women are all unique individuals with different cultures, values, and beliefs. So it is not fair to assume we all act in the same manner. It would be equally unfair to view men the same way. The question you are asking should be internal " What am I doing to attract and invite the same type of women into my life? " What are your habits and vices? Do you only approach women at clubs? Are you approaching women based on looks alone? There are so many things to consider.
I refuse to believe that all men are A-Holes. I have asked myself these very questions and came to the realization that I don't trust my
judgement in guys, Therefore I don't want a relationship. I am not emotionally ready to bother looking but I know that one day (way way way ..in the future) I might change my mind... because not all men are A-holes.
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Didn't I post on this before?

Anyhow, everyone's complicated, and unfortunately, we're social creatures (even people like me that are barely into the social-ness thing, and we possess a sex drive without a good cultural outlet (we're very much obsessed with sex, but we have no way of really getting the release we crave without going through complicated rituals of "I want to, but I don't want to seem like I want to, and do they want t, because sometimes they seem like they want to, but then they say they don't want to, or when they say they want to, I try to make a move later on and then they don't want to...." and so on....)

Not to say that exclusivity is a bad thing, but the price of pairing off and the cultural rituals behind it are way too much work and overly complicated, which gives to the idea that people are complicated (which they are) but society makes it all the more complicated. I say culture and societal norms are what take it over the top.
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I think people in general are too complicated. I'd rather just get stuck with one random girl
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Women have these... hormones
that make them do and act stupid ways
and it also prevents them from "checking themselves for fear of wrecking themselves"

Just wait til the women you go after a little older.
Hopefully they'll come back down and be a little more grounded in reality.
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Girls aren't that complicated. However, finding a girl who doesn't bang everything with a penis is more complicated.
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Posted 2/11/15 , edited 26 days ago
not complicated at all...if men kept this in mind "there's a place for everything and everything in its place" what a happy life we would all live
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Humans are complicated beings; it's not just women. And just so you know, whinging about women being too complex for your (general you, not anyone specific) tiny mind to comprehend is not going to get you any dates. Same goes for women whinging about men being huge dickbags. Relax and be yourself; surround yourself with like minded folks that you can have a good time with and things will just fall into place relationship wise. Having a partner will not make you happy- it will multiply it but you have to be happy and in a good place mentally to begin with.
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I think that most stereotypical nice guys are ridiculously naive. I say this because I used to be one, who asked these questions as well.

Now, assuming stereotypes and generalizing, nice guys have so little romantic experience that they can't tell when girls are into them, so instead they just count how many girls have asked you out, and it usually amounts to zero... Because girls don't like to ask out guys, but prefer to be asked out themselves. A shame, there may have been girls into you when you didn't even notice!

Secondly, since the nice guys are generally more introvert, reserved and less "readable" as well, they are also more difficult to get close to and approach, as opposed to the extrovert.

At the extreme end is the supposed "logic" that if you're nice, you "deserve" something in return (ahem girlfriend). If you suffer from this symptom, you're in deep trouble.

These are just traits, and they're not universal. Everyone is different. Just that the stereotypical nice guys are really naive, lack romantic experience and think too much of altruism and karma. It's not philosophy, it's relationships. Relationships and dating just doesn't work that way.

So nice guys, what do you do? Instead of getting mad at me for criticizing you, please broaden your perspective - you need to improve yourself beyond just being nice. Learn to notice when girls are into you. Understand that the "womanizer" get rejected 10 times before they hit gold, and that they don't dwell on past girls when rejected. Understand that girls get thrilled when they're asked out by someone they like, but hate to chase a nice guy when he seemingly doesn't react... because you don't notice her or you hid your feelings.

And although I disapprove of it, strategizing against the other gender is actually a thing. Both genders do this. So don't get frustrated, become better and adapt.
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