“If men don’t appreciate me for more than sex, why should I appreciate myself?”
Such adolescent-minded and immature thinking plagues adult women and triggers defeatist thinking. Some causes and effects were shown in posts #799 and 809 and end with those below.
- Teen angst drives girls to not recognize, like, or appreciate their female nature and feminine superiority. Lack of success taming teen boys worsens their uncertainty, and it haunts and frustrates them as adults dealing with men.
- Habitual response to hormones teaches and too easily convinces teens that immediate gratification is good, and deferred gratification isn’t worth it. As an expanding consequence, girls turn sexual relations into commodities for male consumption.
- Teens know only the history they have lived, and so they believe and act as if the world always was and will remain what they see now. This stunts the growth of their maturity.
Each succeeding generation of girls takes an easier approach to life. They expect what they refuse to earn and learn while dealing with men—for example, how to dominate married home life through submissiveness. Their immature, adolescent-minded thinking in adulthood destabilizes relationships and also eats away at a female’s self-respect.
This completes the series.