2708. Life Made Simpler for Women — 02


  • When a woman gives her attention to every man seeking to talk, she demonstrates respect for the male gender, which makes more men pay more attention to her. A man can easily become envious and be challenged to pursue a woman, when he sees another man use manly talking points to hold her attention.
  • Until she earns his respect, a man expects to ignore her or dominate their dialogue. Unless he’s just after sex, he doesn’t care to associate if she doesn’t respect him, and she demonstrates it best by just listening.
  • Men respect women two ways. 1) According to how well each female denies a man’s conquest. The more denials over extended time, the more respect she earns and it lasts for his life. It’s natural programming that has the effect of being hardwired. It doesn’t mean he will stay with her, however, just respect her. 2) According to her accomplishments, both what and how well, that he can admire.
  • When a man is satisfied with his marriage, he is satisfied with himself for having chosen that way of life. Her love helps, but it’s not the linchpin motivator that she thinks it is.
  • When a man is satisfied with both his wife and living with her, he is satisfied that he chose well. Her love helps, but it’s not the kingpin that she thinks it is.
  • A husband may remain devoted enough to stay with his wife as she changes—e.g., appearance, personality, likeability, loyalty—from the gal to whom he proposed. But his devotion may weaken, and he finds it more difficult to ignore the attractive but unconquered women everywhere. After all, a man’s urge to conquer lasts for life, and other attractions can bring new accomplishments and satisfactions to displace marital disappointments.

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3 responses to “2708. Life Made Simpler for Women — 02

  1. msarianne

    Great list!
    You’re first point, Sir Guy, I just experienced that. The poor fellow, I don’t think he realized that he was “competing” for my attention with another man. I suddenly had 2 very pleasing men wanting my time. We were in a group setting where one (new) man had my undivided attention. It was fun 🙂

  2. Miss Gina

    Dear Sir Guy,
    Regarding your last point, how can he be “satisfied” with his marriage if he is wishing wife were different? We may be defining “satisfied” differently, I guess.

    Your Highness Miss Gina,

    I had no intent in that bullet to say “he is wishing wife were different.” Perhaps I worded it poorly.

    So, I replace the bullet in question as follows.

    • A husband may remain devoted enough to stay with his wife as she changes—e.g., appearance, personality, likeability, loyalty—from the gal to whom he proposed. But his devotion may weaken, and he finds it more difficult to ignore the attractive but unconquered women everywhere. A man’s urge to conquer lasts for life, and other attractions can bring new accomplishments and satisfactions to displace marital disappointments.

    The pressures of the masculine nature work like that.

    Guy

    • Miss Gina

      Ok, got it, I think. So I believe you are saying that devotion can overcome wife’s changes, but better for wife not to change.

      Your Highness Miss Gina,
      You got it, but I think withstand is more accurate than overcome.
      Guy

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