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View Poll Results: Should Keith follow Dante’s advice?
Yes 21 33.33%
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Old 06-30-2017, 09:10 AM   #21 (permalink)
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He would realize you're not being a better bitch because obviously that is negotiable for you.
Becoming a better bitch for sure, Thanks! loved the show
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Old 06-30-2017, 09:10 AM   #22 (permalink)
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ugh... worst guests for me are always the people that come from beige phillips. id rather listen to michelle a hundred times, cause at least she isn't denying me my basic humanity.

Dante is the worst of them all for me with his redpill bushit. he's also clearly self selecting crazy people to date, and then generalizing that all women are that way.

nothing dries my vagina up like this type of manosphere bullshit.

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Old 06-30-2017, 09:13 AM   #23 (permalink)
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ugh... worst guests for me are always the people that come from beige phillips. id rather listen to michell a hundred times, cause at least she isn't denying me my basic humanity.

Dante is the worst of them all for me with his redpill bushit. he's also clearly self selecting crazy people to date, and then generalizing that all women are that way.
I found him way better than Michelle. A conversation was possible and he didn't get defensive air mad when jokes were made about him.
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Old 06-30-2017, 09:27 AM   #24 (permalink)
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red piller's always think they're so smooth and suave. at least in my case, i cam read them in 5 seconds, and realize everything coming out of their mouth is destructive garbage.

it's just such a terrible way to live, it seems. you're not in a relationship with a person, you've created a fake of yourself amd are pissed that the woman isnt responding to it.

fuck Dante. Taking care of the kids and house for 15 years is absolutely work.
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here's a glossary of terms and acronyms. it's a good tl;dr on their doctrine.

the hypergamy entry i think hits on the core of the insecurity that drives this beast.
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Old 06-30-2017, 09:36 AM   #26 (permalink)
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he's also clearly self selecting crazy people to date, and then generalizing that all women are that way.
this is what they call AWALT
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my husband once took my passport instead of his when he had an important business meeting across the ocean, on our anniversary. i had to, at 630 am, taxi to JFK, to get him om his flight in time, and then taxi to work. If i did what Dante said to do, I'd be a huge cunt and my relationship would probably be over.
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so a bit more serious, When my husband gets upset with me for whatever reason he will call me names like dumbass or bitch. It always causes me to get really pissed off and we usually fight about it then he will come back when hes cooled off and apologize, I have recently told him that it is NOT ok to call me names out of anger, I will no longer allow him to call me names. Now what? What do I do if he does it again? Whats the action there?
I had a girlfriend before that did that, I would refuse to discuss anything else.

Next time x issue causes a problem you can discuss it or argue about it UNTIL he calls you a name. Now don't cooperate. Calm down and say "No, you can't do that." and refuse to discuss anything else. Make him leave or leave yourself but nothing else will be discussed until he makes amends for the disrespect. He is trying to get you flustered and take you off the real issue. OK so now the real issue is that he called you a name. 'Do you mean it, am I a "dumbass bitch?" Why would you say that?" if he says yes you are, kick him out. He doesn't like you.

Having arguments is normal, but calling names or physical response even if it's punching a wall or throwing something the opposite way of you doesn't progress resolution, it's a move of desperation and a lack (fixed spelling) of either words or real position and a desire to win regardless. A relationship is about getting along together and having an equal and respectful life together. Not about who is right or wrong. There is no "win" unless the argument comes to a meaningful mental conclusion and agreement.

Once that is settled go back to normal. I still wont talk about what started it and say 'no you lost that argument when you called me a name.' Next time we will resolve it properly. If you can't fight fare then you can't win the fight. The hard part is to keep calm and stay on point. This is now all about the name calling.

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Old 06-30-2017, 10:45 AM   #29 (permalink)
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Would he be willing to go to counseling? it sounds like it could be an anger management issue that he needs to discuss with a professional.
we are just starting counseling now, we have had one session already and its on my list to bring it up there.
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Old 06-30-2017, 11:34 AM   #30 (permalink)
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I obviously don't know what your resources or situation is, but it may be a good idea for you to have your own counselor or therapist, separately from the couples counselor.
thank you, yes we both have our own as well, I don't go often but my husband goes 1-2 times a week
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