2421. Marriage Can Last — Part 1 Theme


This series describes the natural pressures that motivate both sexes to marry for life.

Required for his true love to form, a man’s respect grows instinctively as a woman refuses to yield. Respect continues to grow with her success guarding what men see as her most valuable asset. His love forms as she becomes more likeable and he changes to pay her price instead of insisting she pay his price to yield.

A man’s respect arises naturally out of his admiration of a woman’s qualities, aka her virtues. It happens during the process of a woman exhibiting the strength and character to withstand a man’s dominance and dedication to conquer. Time adds permanence as his admiration grows from her refusal to lower whatever price she expects him to pay to earn her.

It all works together. Her resistance energizes a subconscious phenomenon that derives from his primal urge to conquer attractive women: He just has to have what he can’t conquer, which over time morphs to he has to have what he wants most, HER.

 

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5 responses to “2421. Marriage Can Last — Part 1 Theme

  1. Shermy

    I’m looking forward to this series! There is TOO MUCH “relationships don’t last” nonsense out in the world.

    • anon...

      They don’t last, when people give their bodies away too freely.
      This affects men as well from a lesser standpoint
      Sex is spiritual since we don’t do it for procreation alone.
      We don’t have heat seasons

  2. KitKat

    Once upon a time a young man said about me he knew the night he met me he had just met the girl he was going to marry. Even told his parents that the night we met. Years later, he still thinks he is in love with me. So what was/is he, just attracted to me physically and still remembers? No, we never had sex, but if I could re-live my life, we would have.

    Your Highness KitKat,
    It sounds more like love at first sight than physical attraction.
    Guy

    • Southernbelle

      Sir Guy
      I just don’t understand how love at first sight is even possible. How can you love someone you don’t even know?

      Your Highness Southernbelle,
      You identified why women can’t find love at first sight. Infatuation, yes. Lust, perhaps. It’s only happens to a few men. They observe a woman they absolutely convince themselves immediately that they can’t live without her. Even their highest order of sex drive falls subject to whatever they have to do to win her for inclusion in his life. The development of his devotion follows naturally and automatically.
      Guy

      • Southernbelle

        How would a woman even be able to determine if it’s love at first sight or infatuation? We are so often warned that men who profess something like this quickly are red flags.

        Your Highness Southernbelle,
        Ignore his words of promise and devotion and examine his actions for many months as you refuse to yield sex even if you’re not a virgin. If it pleases him to please you on many little things where you expect no attention or help, it’s a good sign. If he’s not pleased with himself doing things for you, if he seems burdened in any way, red flag.
        Guy

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