611. Talking about and blaming her ex makes current man anticipate the same happening to him. 
612. Is she not cherished? Perhaps she’s standing up inside! 
613. Commitment is a reflection of his character and his words. Devotion is a reflection of his dedication to her as perceived by her. 
614. Females have relationship management instinct and maintenance intuition. But proficiency and expertise are developed through successful experiences. Success comes from denying something to someone and making them accept it agreeably—for example, denying sex to boyfriends, denying selfish demands of children, denying self-centered interest that gives advantage of others. 
615. Modern women try to be more like men. Modern men want women to be more female, feminine, fancy, and supportive of what men do and have to do. 
616. If he were as good as she expects him to be, he wouldn’t be with her but have chosen a better woman. 
617. Men like to marry over their heads, to partner with someone better than they are. When his spouse expects him to be a different man, she effectively tells him that she’s in over her head.
618. If his commitment—whether true or disingenuous—is enough for her to yield first time sex together, his devotion will likely never grow to her satisfaction. 
619. If husband expects wife to dress seductively in public, he wants other men to admire him more than her. This reveals his extreme self-centeredness, and when aging makes her less youthful or attractive, she will be expendable—emotionally if not physically. 
620. If she chases a man or men, then she appears desperate, which presents her as disposable.