I loke your approach, I agree greatly with your view,, of it being based off the parents and environment. Both my parents taught me to treat women with respect, wether they respected me or not. Although my dad told i would haft to lead a household and learn how to guide my wife and children. But im just one guy on this planet.
Do you feel like that gave a positive or negative outlook on men in general growing up?
Grey. As they should. There are good men out in the world. Many risk there lives and work real hard!But, theissue is, the assholes of the world. Especially as a girl, I need to be weary, but give people the benefit of the doubt
Thank you for your input.
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Would you say that gave you a negative or positive outlook on men in general growing up?
Honestly, it didn't make it away either way, we were taught to try our hardest and overall we all seem to get alone with guys well and take more of a "hating specific people because they were nasty to us" attitude...But we also learnt about cars, gaming and sports early on so I know I had many guy friends as we had shared interestsSo really I haven't had a possitive or negative attitude on men, but more developed an understanding that anyone can screw you over, so prepare for the risk...
There should be more men like your dad, and of course more women like you.
@scooogy god I hope there aren't more men like my dad (at least in the latter years)... but I appreciate the compliment
What type of outlook did that give you on men growing up?
Neutral, I guess. It was more about what I should do than what he would hypothetically do.
Interesting, I wonder how much that effects dating today.
I have a feeling like when people get treated badly, it turns out their true side, like my little brother got treated bad by our father but not by our mother, and this is why meanwhile in contrast to his 4 siblings he's not only still living at home but also became a true mommy kid. It's like that Simpsons episode where Bart chooses to do bike trips with his mother and later gets picked up on that by his bullies.