Big or testy problems can be made simpler. These don’t solve problems, but they provide a better perspective for attacking issues common to female interests:
♦ Love ain’t nearly enough to overcome all the little negatives that plague a relationship.
♦ Morality means living up to principles higher than Man. Secularism and Humanism promote living up to principles made of, by, and for Man. So, which better serves females?
♦ Happiness flows out of one’s gratitude and broader may be more beneficial than deeper.
♦ Depression comes from someone sensing they lack control of something, things, or life. It eases by gaining greater control.
♦ Commitment has little staying power; devotion has plenty.
♦ What her respect for him means to her man, his sweetness to her (aka attention, affection, intimacy) means to her. Without it respectively, they both lose self-respect.
♦ When people have nothing higher than themselves to live up to, they live down to human passions.
♦ Bitterness is anger turned inward against oneself.
♦ Severe unhappiness is ingratitude turned inward. It comes from unwillingness or inability to be grateful for someone else or others.
♦ Men love femininity, but the popularity of masculine-style sexual freedom among females makes femininity important only for the potential it holds for the long term.