Never Let a Woman Be Your “Everything”

Women aren’t goddesses deserving of worship.  They are meant to be companion pieces to a man’s already full, well-rounded life.  A woman mustn’t be a man’s raison d’etre, and if she is, she won’t be his woman for long.  A woman would rather play “second fiddle” to a man with higher priorities than be “everything” to a man with nothing else going for him.

If you’ve been neglecting other important aspects of your life, MGTOW might be an effective short-term solution but it is not a lifestyle to be admired in the long run, as it deprives a man of the enjoyment that can be found in women when they’re correctly managed/properly prioritized.

As with most things in life, there are pros and cons, benefits and drawbacks.  Women are certainly no exception.  A “9” or “10” might provide you a boost of pride when walking with one on your arm, but due to their inevitable sense of entitlement and greater propensity to cause drama you may not be as happy with one in a long-term relationship as you would a woman of lesser physical attractiveness.  Sure, you won’t be as proud to show off a “6” or “7” but if she’s a loyal companion and would make a good mother to your children, it may be a worthy tradeoff.

Generally, upper echelon chicks are better suited as great one-night-stands, fuck buddies or mini long-term relationships, but could, in rare instances, be better relationship material than a 6 or 7, it just depends on the girl.

Bottom line:  No girl should be regarded as “one in a million” but “one of a million.”  If she leaves you, your life isn’t ruined.  As most modern-day women offer little value to a man’s life outside the bedroom, she can be easily replaced.  The more value a woman is able to offer you in other areas, (e.g. cooking, cleaning, child-rearing, etc.) the less expendable she is.  But even then, as a man whose constantly looking to improve himself and thus raise his own value you should be able to find plenty of women capable of fitting that bill.


Author: leonevolpe

"The lion cannot protect himself from traps, and the fox cannot defend himself from wolves. One must therefore be a fox to recognize traps, and a lion to frighten wolves." - Niccolo Machiavelli, "The Prince"

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