In a recent comment I mentioned an acquaintance of my parents and his untimely demise. He ended up killing himself but this is not the story his wife as well as other women in the community tell about him. As sordid as this story of female depravity may be, it serves as a good warning of what women can do to you, and how they can break you if you are weak.
Let me start by telling you about the guy in this story. He did pretty well for himself and had a career spanning decades at a multi-billion dollar company that is a household name. I do not know if he had retired already by the time of his suicide. If not, then he probably could have retired early. He built a very nice house for his wife and two children. Decades before NPCs were hyperventilating about climate change and sustainability, he built an aesthetically pleasing house that was presumably designed to last for generations, unlike many cookie-cutter prefab houses in the area.
The kids this guy raised had a reputation for being a bit unruly. His son did not do well in school and the daughter fell for the lure of the big city. His wife probably did not even work and if she did, it most certainly was just so that she had something to do during the day. All in all, this guy seemed to have had a solid grip on reality, his head in the right place, and executed the bluepill blueprint like a champ. So, what could possibly go wrong?
When I learned that this guy had killed himself, it did not make a lot of sense to me. While I did not know him closely, he did not strike you as the kind of guy who would just off himself. I have only ever perceived him as jovial, perhaps even too friendly, but not in a fake-corporate way. The story my mother told me was that, apparently for absolutely no reason at all, he started drinking. Then his wife divorced him, and she had to sell the house. This was too much for him to take, so he killed himself. This sequence seemed quite baffling to me because people normally do not suddenly become alcoholics in their 50s or 60s.
In contrast, here is an alternative timeline that makes a lot more sense. An important added piece of information is that both their kids have reached adult age and have moved far away (how is that for building a home for subsequent generations?). Sitting at home in the empty house, the wife schemed how she could get more out of life and realized that if she was able to sell the house in the heated real estate market, she could have a big payday. Thus, she filed for divorce to set things in motion. Then the guy began drinking, and after he realized that everything he build over decades and sacrificed his life for will be taken from him, he killed himself.
The woman completed the sale of house after the death of the guy. From what I gather, the suicide happened while the house was on the market. Shockingly enough, the woman got even more in the end than she wanted as, by default, his property became her property after his death. After all, the surviving spouse is first in line to get access to the inheritance. She pocketed the money, bought herself an apartment and now sits on more money than she can reasonably spend during the remainder of her life, assuming that she also got his pension.
This sounds like a pretty familiar story. If you have been around in the old MRA days, you probably recall guys telling about how they got raped in divorce court. This still happens but because fewer men get married nowadays, such stories also seem less common now, or perhaps they get quickly wiped off the Internet whenever they appear, which is easy to do as the Internet is much more centralized nowadays. The interesting aspect was not so much that yet another man was taken down by a woman but that even other women come to the rescue, telling a story that makes little sense. Collectively, though, it benefits women to stick together and tell their version of dindu-nuffin stories according to which women are always the victim and their husbands kill themselves all of a sudden for absolutely no reason at all. Pay attention to the stories women tell you because they may be grotesque distortions of reality!