In previous posts I’ve written that for the long-term you should date girls from stable two-parent household, but do you know why?
Why You Shouldn’t Date A Girl With Divorced Parents
She’s more rebellious than the average girl
This is something I noticed from a young age: most people with divorced parents become more rebellious. Of course, the son/daughter isn’t to blame for their parents shortcomings, and some become the exception by being self-aware and driven, but most opt to go the way their feelings dictate so they end up resentful and rebellious.
And guess what, however she feels about her dad is gonna be how she feels about you. Ever seen a married woman flexing on social media that her husband didn’t wanted her to go to girls night and she still went? Case in point.
Divorced parents are scared shitless of disciplining their children for fear of being ostracized as “the boring parent” and instead try to buy their sons and daughters affection with gifts and transgressions to “the rules”.
Of course, this never works. Your daughter needed a stable two-parent household bro, not drinking her first shot of tequila with you.
If you don’t catter to her every whim, expect to be hit with the ol’ “My father would bend over backwards to bring me the moon if I had asked for it, do you think I’ll expect any less from any man I date?”.
She knows divorce is a possibility
Fear works in a funny way. Once you experience what you were so afraid of, you start to realize that the worst case scenario is merely inconvenient, not AWFUL.
This is the case with approach anxiety. The first time you’re out on the field trying your hand at daygame, you think that if the girl doesn’t want to talk to you everyone is gonna start looking at you and laugh uncontrollably, someone will record you and it’ll go viral on social media, you’ll get identified and mocked until the end of your days as a virgin old man with gray hair. Nah, she just said she’s busy and you then moved on to open the next girl.
In the divorce scenario, most girls see divorce as failing as a woman on the eyes of society and they think they’ll never be able to stand the shame. But what happens if they see their mother go through their biggest fear and come out ok on the other side?
They’ll just think “meh, it’s not that bad after all. I’l try it out and if it doesn’t work, getting divorced is always a possibility”. Girls get divorced and get a big pay day, you on the other hand get faded for years.
Sure, you may find an outlier who is a great girl despite having divorced parents. Just remember that you’re asking a girl to be self-aware enough and accountable enough to work on herself internally to not become all of this.
My man, no need to take unnecessary risks, get a girl from a caring two-parent household or expose yourself more than a guy driving a motorcycle at top speed wearing no helmet.
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