Speaking from a mans perspective...
I haven't had a close relationship with a woman. I've only had long distance relationships with women in China and one in the Philippines (No girl in the United States will date me. Been on a 6 dating apps for over 3 years and still haven't found a date).
But I constantly see woman saying they love their man and what not, yet cheat on him like it's nothing. Even though he is giving everything he has to make you happy.
Women crave attention... Except from their man. That's what I have figured out. A woman likes the attention of other men, but is in constant flux when her man provides too much, too little, not enough at the right moments, too much in the wrong moments, etc. However, any attention from the outside is good attention. You especially see it on social media.
My first girlfriend in the philippines constantly said she loved me and would never hurt me, yet cheated on me as she was saying that stuff.
My other girlfriend in China want's my attention when I don't give it to her, but when I do give it to her she doesn't want it.
I don't understand why women are so damn complicated.
Most Helpful Girl
Don't let the world make you bitter. And yes, you should! A decent girl will never have the chance to prove it if you don't give her the chance.
Also it seems like your previous experience is solely based on social media, that sadly has nothing to do with the real world. There are so many reasons why people cheat. . . or end relationships. . . or lie. But there are also a lot of people out there, who don't.0
Most Helpful Guy
well your experiences are only your experiences and not the nature of relationships or women as a whole
let your past experiences serve as lessons on what to look for and look out for in relationships. that's what i did. i was cheated on in two different relationships. there was a time when i felt like i couldn't trust women but knew that was irrational deep down. so when i started dating i just used my experience to help me make better decisions2
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