I hate! but I want to say that I'm some guy that wants to be dominant or thinks women should be submissive to men..It's just that If I feel on even ground or inferior to a girl...I feel like I'm not needed or appreciated and that I'm disposable and don't matter. I grew up in an environment where I kinda was made to feel worthless and unwanted. So it seems I usually end up with girls that are less than ideal because I feel like they are safer for me, because they can't be above me...how can I change this?
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I don't know how much advice you will take from a woman but I would say you need to start with what you yourself identified as part of the problem. That you grew up in an environment that made you feel worthless. Maybe see a professional about it because it is still obviously having an effect on the relationships you have today. As a woman I can tell you that women are generally more focused on the content of the relationship. We want to have a relationship with some one who sees us as an equal. There is nothing wrong with that. I know for me and many many of the women I know we have heard time and time again men bit** and complain that women just use them for there money. That they don't pull their own weight. Trying to make women out as nothing more than leaches that can not function unless a man provides for them. So then you have women out there trying to change the way we are looked at trying hard to make sure they are not making their men feel like that. Only to run into this whole new brick wall were they are some how making men feel emasculated because they are making as much money and trying to share the burdens of life in a partnership. What Is a woman to think... Relationships are not suppose to be based upon who has the power to leave who. Do you think a poor girl couldn't leave you as fast as one with money? Not true. Women stay with some one because they are in love. And do you really want to find a girl who just has no other options but to be with you? You should think more of your self than that.1