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What makes men weak or angry in a marriage or relationship?
Posted 12/28/12 , edited 12/28/12
For me it's being neglected and or rejected going without my signfinicant other for extended periods of time as in many months. I have a severe intolerance to cheaters but even more so to being left alone for months at a time. My many
friends aren't really capable of filling the the spot that a mate does at least not for me. I know other men who feel similar to this as well. Each man get's angry or weak at different things. How about you what makes you struggle?
Posted 12/28/12 , edited 12/28/12
Depends on the man. He might be the type to require being in power. He might be bothered by terrible sexual performance. Could be the relationship has gone sour and his wife has began to seek a new partner.

I would be bothered most by being used as the proverbial doormat. I'd slap a bitch if it was legal. Nah, I'd just make an attempt to mend the relationship or GTFO of it if that ends up being a hopeless method.
Posted 12/28/12
I've heard of a man whose friends were more important to him than his wife was not being able to spend time with them made him angry. It doesn't take much to figure out how that ended last I heard he was alone. He more than likely still is.
Posted 12/28/12 , edited 12/28/12
I've also met a few men who can't stand women who like to spend long periods of time shopping. They just can't stand it at all and hate those who do. I've had the chance to see a few extreme cases myself once where the man yelled I've given you 30 minutes woman! I felt pretty bad for the woman since she seemed timid she backed up and apologized to him.
Posted 12/28/12 , edited 12/28/12

analbag1 wrote:

Insuffient pussy.


Dat profile name.

Dat comment.

Oh Jesus LOL!



>insuffient

This n-gga can't even spell.
Posted 12/28/12

Zestan wrote:

I've heard of a man whose friends were more important to him than his wife was not being able to spend time with them made him angry. It doesn't take much to figure out how that ended last I heard he was alone. He more than likely still is.


A man's man might as well be gay
Posted 12/28/12

Seversky wrote:


Zestan wrote:

I've heard of a man whose friends were more important to him than his wife was not being able to spend time with them made him angry. It doesn't take much to figure out how that ended last I heard he was alone. He more than likely still is.


A man's man might as well be gay


In this case it wasn't just other men. He spent the most time with men but he enjoyed flirting with other women as well he didn't care if it was in front of his wife or not.
Posted 12/28/12

Zestan wrote:


Seversky wrote:


Zestan wrote:

I've heard of a man whose friends were more important to him than his wife was not being able to spend time with them made him angry. It doesn't take much to figure out how that ended last I heard he was alone. He more than likely still is.


A man's man might as well be gay


In this case it wasn't just other men. He spent the most time with men but he enjoyed flirting with other women as well he didn't care if it was in front of his wife or not.


Then he's a baby that seeks constant attention??

Posted 12/28/12

Seversky wrote:


Zestan wrote:


Seversky wrote:


Zestan wrote:

I've heard of a man whose friends were more important to him than his wife was not being able to spend time with them made him angry. It doesn't take much to figure out how that ended last I heard he was alone. He more than likely still is.


A man's man might as well be gay


In this case it wasn't just other men. He spent the most time with men but he enjoyed flirting with other women as well he didn't care if it was in front of his wife or not.


Then he's a baby that seeks constant attention??



Seeks constant attention? That's one way to put it.
Posted 12/28/12 , edited 12/28/12

Zestan wrote:




If the woman is frigid or you like some independence, you could just give your thoughts a little time or find an equilibrium where you can agree on what's good after some kind of a honest discussion.

A little space might look good but from my experience i think that you should be doubtful about hanging around in clubs or pubs.. whatever. Most things that you have doubts about eventually lead to doing bad things or thinking dong those bad things are acceptable because we are weak like that. Why need to complicate things?
Posted 12/28/12 , edited 12/28/12

Seversky wrote:


Zestan wrote:





If the woman is frigid or you like some independence, you could just give your thoughts a little time or find an equilibrium where you can agree on what's good after some kind of a honest discussion.

A little space might look good but from my experience i think that you should be doubtful about hanging around in clubs or pubs.. whatever. Most things that you have doubts about eventually lead to doing bad things or thinking dong those bad things are acceptable because we are weak like that. Why need to complicate things?


I agree with this some space helps. I would not address the situation or do that person did. I firmly believe that friends, items, or addictions should not come first over your mate some space is good but to deliberately do things you know your mate wouldn't like or things you know will result in hurting your relationship will end badly.
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If the woman is frigid or you like some independence, you could just give your thoughts a little time or find an equilibrium where you can agree on what's good after some kind of a honest discussion.

A little space might look good but from my experience i think that you should be doubtful about hanging around in clubs or pubs.. whatever. Most things that you have doubts about eventually lead to doing bad things or thinking dong those bad things are acceptable because we are weak like that. Why need to complicate things?


I agree with this some space helps. I wouldn't do what that man did. I firmly believe that friends, items, or addictions should not come first over your mate some space is good but to deliberately do things you know your mate wouldn't like or things you know will result in hurting your relationship will end badly.



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On that note, someone could be thinking, "why should i have to think about what's best for her when my partner doesn't d the same for me?"

It takes two, your partner needs to also understand the ways that they are already hurting you and if they refuse to understand.... Is it completely impossible to make them see why you are either angry or whatever with them? I don't think so, it's not hopeless otherwise you wouldn't be together. So you both need to be straight with one another and not expect things to magically solve themselves out. Ask yourselves; Is it worth the trouble? What do you have riding on this? If you are unhappy voice it, maybe with a third party as mediator if you feel there is a need for one because nobody is listening to one another.
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..I believe it's same for both genders....we all have the some problems. Except for certain ones...
Posted 12/28/12

Seversky wrote:





If the woman is frigid or you like some independence, you could just give your thoughts a little time or find an equilibrium where you can agree on what's good after some kind of a honest discussion.

A little space might look good but from my experience i think that you should be doubtful about hanging around in clubs or pubs.. whatever. Most things that you have doubts about eventually lead to doing bad things or thinking dong those bad things are acceptable because we are weak like that. Why need to complicate things?


I agree with this some space helps. I wouldn't do what that man did. I firmly believe that friends, items, or addictions should not come first over your mate some space is good but to deliberately do things you know your mate wouldn't like or things you know will result in hurting your relationship will end badly.



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On that note, someone could be thinking, "why should i have to think about what's best for her when my partner doesn't d the same for me?"

It takes two, your partner needs to also understand the ways that they are already hurting you and if they refuse to understand.... Is it completely impossible to make them see why you are either angry or whatever with them? I don't think so, it's not hopeless otherwise you wouldn't be together. So you both need to be straight with one another and not expect things to magically solve themselves out. Ask yourselves; Is it worth the trouble? What do you have riding on this? If you are unhappy voice it, maybe with a third party as mediator if you feel there is a need for one because nobody is listening to one another.

This is also true. It should be noted that mediators can also destroy couples in another situation there was a couple that was together for 24 years 3rd parties eventually broke them up. It wasn't exactly what either of the two who were married truly wanted. The mediators also lied and falsely accused to both sides behind their backs that was not found out till after everything was said and done. There was a few people in on what took place all of them were trusted people that both of them knew for over 10 years who influenced that.
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Attempted subjugation sure as hell made me angry. Insults from someone you would rather receive compliments from no doubt leads to weakness.
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