I have done a lot of soul searching the last few months. One of the topics I tried gaining some clarity on was on why relationships fail, and what could be done to prevent it. The sobering conclusion I drew is that there is very little you can do to save a relationship once it has gone sour. Yet, there is something even darker hiding in the shadows. Your best bet is to find a person you truly are compatible with. Read on if you want to know what happens if you don’t.
An issue I have observed among friends, acquaintances, and clients alike is that guys get into a relationship almost haphazardly. You meet someone, there is some sympathy and, yes, some sexual attraction. One thing leads to another and before you know it, you’ve got yourself a new girlfriend. Engaging in sex quickly sadly tends to cloud people’s mind. Guys who meet a lot of women are not as vulnerable, as they normally either only get involved with girls for the short term, or do the good ol’ pump-and-dump.
I personally noticed that I have been in quite a few relationships that had very little chance to succeed. Not that it was my intention to move in or marry them, but you get the drill. Luckily I didn’t follow through, so I dodged a bullet. Yet, from the get-go there was no way those relationships could have gone anywhere. The issue is simply that by the time you reach adulthood, you are normally a rather complex person with distinct likes and dislikes. No, you won’t easily change, if at all. The same will be true for your future partner. When you’re in love (or just horny), you will easily overlook aspects of your partner you dislike. Yet, spend an entire day with her, and you’ll notice that this isn’t so easy anymore. How long can you pretend to be someone you’re not? What about her?
When looking back at some of my relationships, I managed to distill a particular pattern: I spend some time with them, something negative happens, I feel growing resentment, and eventually I’ll want to get away. Negative events may include nagging, fighting over trivialities, dodging flying objects, anything, really. After I’ve had my fill, I simply need to spend some time on my own. Wash, rinse, repeat. Unfortunatlely, once you are at the point where you are no longer able to overlook aspects of your relationship that bother you, you are done. Heck, I bet if you charted the amount of time you spend together, how long it takes you until you want to get away, and how much time off you need, you could probably predict when your relationship will fall apart.
The last point leads to a rather sobering insight. People are incredibly bad at judging consequences of past action. Only once the situation is literally fucked up beyond repair do they realize that, geez, maybe they really aren’t doing so hot. You can see this in politics, economics, business, personal finance, drug abuse, at work, and, yes, in sexual relationships. In all cases it’s the same: when Joe Average realizes he’s got a problem he doesn’t just have a problem, he’s genuinelly fucked, like 20-inch-cock-in-the-ass fucked. He had been bending over for years, wanting to get entered, but didn’t even realize it.
Once you are at the point that you notice that, hey, your girlfriend nags everyday, you are already done. Sure, feel free to try talking it out, but chances are that she has already gotten tired of you and only keeps you around for show. As soon as the next cock is available to hop on, you’re done. So, what’s the easy step to ruin your relationship? Picking the wrong woman. Now you may want to ask how to pick the right one. Well, that is not so easy, and the problem is that the vast majority of Western women are, in my opinion, unfit for a relationship. So, go look for that unicorn that is hot, smart, kind, hates drama, wants to please you, and utterly adores you. Or go MGTOW. (Note for morons: don’t draw conclusions about my private life. I’m doing fine.)