Roy: Perhaps most all women are crazy, my own mother is far better than most women but still crazier than most men.
All women are nuts, pretty much. My Mom is pretty stable though. But she is still a lot more emotional than I am. I think women are just sensitive. Sensitivity means emotionality and to us men that seems crazy or flaky because a highly emo man is seen as crazy/flaky.
I have seen comments about men describing them as having “almost female levels of flake.” These guys were PUA’s who probably had some sort of Cluster B stuff going on at some level like most players.
There is a site in the manosphere which is too misogynistic for my tastes, but nevertheless had some of the finest insight on women that I have ever seen. One guy who writes for the site said
LOL ALL bitches are crazy. Don’t even try to figure them out!
That’s actually excellent advice. I don’t agree with referring to all women as bitches, but from the male point of view, most women definitely seem crazy to us. This craziness is seen in its full extent if you get involved with them sexually or as a close friend. As a close friend you will see how unstable she is, and as a lover she will direct a lot of her pent-up instability towards you.
On the other hand if you only know a woman informally as a landlord, relative, store owner or worker, or coworker, you may never see much instability. Women have an amazing ability to compartmentalize their instability. I never found that the women I knew as casual acquaintances were unstable. I have never found my female coworkers to be unstable in any job. Hell, the men were more unstable at some jobs. Gay men in particular can be dramatically unstable and flaky at work, often far worse than women.
The reason this is important is that realizing that women are unstable no matter how much a saint you are is essential for getting along with women. Otherwise you will be feeling guilty and miserable all the time because the various females in your life will be emo-ing out on you and having regular flipouts and rage-outs.
I was raised that a proper couple never fought. My father would always proudly say, “Do you ever see your mother and I fight?” My mother would nod her head as if this was the most reasonable concept in the world. We would dubiously say no. As it turned out, the last 30 years of my parents’ marriage was basically a warzone, so they were lying – if not then, then later for sure.
No matter how hard you try, no matter how good, kind, saintly, decent, sane, and mature you try to be, your woman is still going to be flipping on you and getting upset and mad at you.
Once you realize that women do these flipouts as a matter of course as natural and normal behavior and it’s not your fault, you can stop feeling guilty every time one of your women has a flip-out and tries to guilt trip you.
The latter is because many to most female flipouts are her getting annoyed, angry, or upset at you for some reason and consequently guilt-tripping you into thinking you made her feel that way by something you said or did. But it’s often not your fault.
When your woman does this, stop and think if what you did or said was really all that bad or if she was just being typical flaky female. If you acted bad or said something bad, just apologize and hope she gets over it. If she doesn’t get over it, just keep apologizing.
A lot of Game theorists say
Never apologize to your woman for anything, ever.
I get why they say that but I cannot get down with it. If apologizing makes me look pathetic, fine. I’ve been apologizing to females my whole life, and I’ve dated and had as girlfriends many beautiful girls and women. I’ve been in love many times and many women have been in love with me. I’ve had 20 lifetimes worth of sex. And I’ve been apologizing they whole way.
So you can still have a rich life full of women and sex even if you apologize to them all the time. Maybe it doesn’t work but it’s not really going to hobble you.
There was an instructive post on the Red Pill Reddit group, which I despise. But those pricks still have a lot of good advice. Go ahead and read them for advice while recognizing what jerks and assholes they are. It’s not hard to do.
This was from a transwoman or transsexual man. This is a man who thinks he is a woman. He may or may not have had surgery. He’s not a woman, but the hormones he is taking can make him think like one.
Histories from these men are very interesting because they have a unique perspective on womanhood. They have been men so they have been there and done that.
And after they take the hormones, they start thinking and acting like a woman in a lot of ways. Because this is all new to them and contrary to their male life, many are shocked at the difference. From this we can learn about what women are really like.
One transwoman said he became extremely emotional after taking hormones. His emotions went all over the place – up, down, and all around, and he had a hard time controlling them and was frequently at their mercy. He often had no idea why he was feeling some emotion or other. New emotions would come over him out of nowhere with no clue about what set them off. He would start crying and would even go on long crying jags without any good reason.
He had previously been a very unemotional or stoic man, so this was all new to him and it makes his extreme emotionality on the hormones even more shocking.
He also said one more thing that fascinated me – he said for the first time in his life he started giggling. Giggling! Teenage girls and women do that! How many men giggle? Maybe a gay man. We don’t really do that. Who knew that women’s giggling was probably biological? Fascinating.
The man at Red Pill said that on the hormones for the first time he felt very alone, unprotected, and vulnerable. The world seemed like a very frightening place and he was afraid of many things and people – especially men who seemed particularly scary. He also felt helpless and like he could or would not be able to defend himself if attacked.
He felt himself longing for a strong, protective person, often a strong man, to protect him. He was drawn to strong men and clung to them like a buoy in the churning seas.
His emotions also became wild and changed all the time for little or no reason. He had boyfriends. One night he was with a boyfriend, and he got upset at the boyfriend about something that upon retrospect was quite trivial and probably didn’t even deserve a reaction at all. He got angry and upset at the boyfriend and even started crying.
Then he noticed something. The boyfriend acted alarmed and upset for a bit, but then he calmed down and simply seemed to be mostly ignoring the transwoman. The transwoman was thinking, “Here I am. Having an emotional crisis, and he’s ignoring me!” He was very upset. But then he thought some more. He realized that what he was upset about was something that was so trivial it didn’t even deserve much thinking about, much less a mini-breakdown.
Then he realized why men treat women like this. He realized that women’s hyperemotionality leads them to make mountains out of molehills and blow up or freak out over all sorts of minor things.
And he realized that men had figured this out and men had realized that it wasn’t worth it to get upset or feel guilty every time your woman is having a mini-breakdown. Instead, most men figure out that women are just like this by nature, they can’t help it, and many of their mini-crises are really about nothing consequential at all.
Hence, men decide that the best thing to do when your woman is having her crisis du jour about not much of anything is simply to more or less ignore her. And that’s not cruel or mean. It’s simply sensible.
You see a child throwing a tantrum about something stupid. What do you do? Lose your head? Of course not. You realize it’s just a kid having a crisis over nothing at all, so you more or less ignore the kid. If it was something important it would warrant attention, but it’s not.
And if a woman is getting upset about nothing much as they are so often wont to do, the only sensible and rational thing to do is more or less ignore her. It’s no more cruel and evil than ignoring the kid with the tantrum.