2016. Female Blessings at Birth — 22-24


It’s the eighth group and I’m grateful for whatever feedback you send.

I continue taking the (currently 85) default attitudes for a test drive and your examination.

Please identify each item by its number and indicate true/false, as you see it. True means that a default item is part of female nature that women inherit at birth. False means that the item is missing completely from your heart or it’s something you learned during life, and so you have no reference point.

Where “Guy adds,” I could be wrong. Feel free to challenge my assumptions.

22. I am worthy of any man but only a few are worthy of me. [Guy adds: Unfortunately, her worthiness is too easily reversible in childhood. Parents are overly challenged and don’t treat children equally as persons but uniquely as boys and girls. It works for the better this way. Fathers pump up their daughters’ sense of self-worth and importance, which girls accept as relative to the source, one man representing all men. Mothers admire their sons’ achievements, which they accept as relative to the source, women. Then, in the romance marketplace, she automatically claims herself worthy and he willingly accepts it as challenge to win her. In the jargon of today, marriage works well with this start-up foundation. He thinks he married over his head and she knows that he did. It springs from natural impulses confirmed before puberty by parents.]
23. I have all the qualities I need to make one man earn me. (However, something inside also tells me I have to work daily to ‘tune up’ those qualities if I hope to keep the admiration of candidates for marriage. [Guy adds: And then, someday, at least one man will see you sufficiently virtuous that he becomes fascinated and devoted enough to see so much promise that he’s willing to yield his independence to capture you as wife.)
24. Something deep inside says I should, so I refuse to accept offenses to my feminine sensibilities. I spotlight my objections with critical words or by departing the scene. (No more f- or c- words, porn, or similar filth in my or children’s presence.) [Guy adds: Female sensibilities are personal. You can’t be wrong, so take action and neither complain nor explain, just act. It’s also a primary method by which women set standards to which men are expected to rise, which is one practice that produces a female-friendly society.]

Example for your response: “23-F ” works okay to reflect your opinion of false to that one item. Also, comments are welcome and desired if you take exception.

Thank you for your opinions.

 

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10 responses to “2016. Female Blessings at Birth — 22-24

  1. thetruth01

    Hello Guy,

    How do you know when to give up on a guy? He’s a charmer so I already know he has a lot of women. He is from France. We met on a dating site, and we webcam and talk on the phone a lot. He usually calls me about two times a day for about an hour each time. We had a rough start he was aggressive and disrespectful towards me. He wouldn’t listen to much of what I said. I noticed he has changed how he treats me. He listens to me and works out our disagreements. He also speaks gently to me which I really like. Now since we’ve first met he’s always trying to talk about sex like my history and such. He can become very aggressive in trying to get me to talk about it and I once had a talk with him asking him if he cared about me why would he talk to me in a harsh tone. He continues to try to get me to talk about it and I dodge the questions. While I was talking to him today his phones kept ringing like crazy and I also found out he has two phones. On top of that he uses the site we met on to do cyber/ cam sex. I know because he tried to do it with me. I have told him that if he has needs that I won’t meet due to us not being married then (we should break up and*) he should find someone who will meet them for him and he says no that we’re in a relationship. I did tell him once to go to the site and play, but that didn’t feel right and I felt like I was giving him permission to play around on me. What could’ve been a better way to handle that? Please help thank you.

    *Phrase inserted by Guy as she described it in another comment.

    Your Highness Thetruth01,

    He’s overdue for dumping. His behavior is so dominated by his conqueror’s spirit and demeanor that he’s not about to change for many years. Already he doesn’t respect you sufficiently to continue. Put him back in the parade.

    At the bottom, “What could’ve been a better way to handle that?” Other than dumping him before you said it, it’s best that you said it. Saying it tickled both your conscience and your female sensibility, both of which you own and neither of which can be found wrong, immoral, or even unethical. IOW, your reaction to having said it shifts you further toward the driver’s seat and closer to throwing him under the bus.

    You’ve done great so far. Continue to trust your instinct and intuition as your judgment has been sound so far. It appears you have already sharpened the knife of separation, so why not use it? Nothing to gain but misery by letting him hang around.

    Guy

  2. thetruth01

    When I said find someone I meant for us to break up so he can do what he wants.

    Your Highness Thetruth01,
    I inserted it in the original.
    Guy

  3. My Husband's Wife

    22. T – However, there was a period where I operated with this as being False from teenage years to early marriage years.
    23. T – Now I see this clearly.
    24. T – Have always despised these things, yet for the longest time felt I was out of place as filth now dominates and is tolerated in our culture.

    My Husband’s Wife,

    I love it when pretty women respond with opinions as I request.

    Filth now describes the pop culture because women for the past half-century did not reject it at the personal level. Sorry to blame the ladies, but men don’t do what women don’t approve at the individual level.

    Guy

  4. thetruth01

    Thanks Sir Guy for the reply.

  5. Dove

    22 T
    23 T
    24 T


    Your Highness Dove,
    I love it when pretty women respond with opinions as I request.
    Guy

  6. MLaRowe

    22. True
    23. True and an important item to remember when raising children.
    24. True but I think I have been too relaxed about this in the interest of trying to be easygoing. I think I should gently step it up on this one.

    Your Highness MLaRowe,
    I love it when pretty women respond with opinions as I request.
    Guy

  7. gonemaverick

    22-24 T

    Your Highness Gonemaverick,
    I love it when pretty women respond with opinions as I request.
    Guy

  8. anonymous

    22-T
    23-T
    24-T
    All three feel very strongly present in my nature.

    Your Highness Anonymous,
    I love it when pretty women respond with opinions as I request.
    Guy

  9. Miria

    22-T
    23-T
    24-T for 24 I never use foul language, but I got in an argument with my bf. he blocked me from a social network and I wanted an answer. He replied “stop complaining” and he lied to me. Was I wrong for telling him that? It made me not trust him anymore.

    Your Highness Miria,

    I love it when pretty women respond with opinions as I request.

    Also, welcome aboard. It’s a great day when another pretty woman joins us on this cruise to WhatWomenNeverHear.

    Guy

  10. 22. True. I know this was definitely true in my earlier years; although, I “unlearned” it later.
    23. True.
    24. False. . . but probably only for me. This is a quality I now have in my heart, but I didn’t possess this growing up. Maybe because my parents are extreme “people-pleasers.”

    Your Highness Shanna,
    I love it when pretty women respond with opinions as I request.
    Guy

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