posted on Dec, 25 2006 @ 12:49 AM
As the lone voice of dissent on this thread (and probably the only female), I protest. I've seen a lot of relationships that include one giving,
kind, "good" partner and one bossy, disrespectful, abusive partner. I don't know how these opposites find each other but it seems to be a common
I have dated men that were nice for the first few dates. I treated them respectfully, showed a genuine interest in what they had to say, was a "good
girl". I am gainfully employed, financially secure, not a dog, not abusive, bossy, needy, clingy or a drama queen, etc. Since I only seem to
attract those who are not gainfully employed (and on down the list), I can only assume that opposites attract. Unfortunate. Anymore, if a guy shows
an interest in me I automatically start looking for clues as to what his malfunction is: alcoholic, bum, convict, insipid wimp, etc. (since predators
always search out their prey). I give seemingly nice guys a chance but it doesn't take long for their true colors to show through. I suspect the
same is true for seemingly nice girls. Don't waste another minute on the ones who have an agenda, game to play, psychological injury to work through
or need (usually monetary) that only you can fulfill.
Conspiracymaster, you sound young(ish). Don't be discouraged. There are plenty of nice girls out there. Let her find you.