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She dotes on him, she fusses and worries, she believes he can do no wrong, perhaps she even picks out a sailor suit and knee socks for him to wear on the first day at his new job.
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And don’t get me started on laziness, it’s the worst attribute a woman can posses. She wants someone to save her from virtually everything. She sees a man and immediately she wants nothing but money. To her, men were put on this earth to be her personal walking and talking bank accounts. ALSO READ: I’m faithful to my boyfriend when we are in the same location,when he isn’t, I freelance She uses her father as a yardstick to examine men she dates. If she even a breaks a nail, she expects you to drop everything you are doing to drive her to the nail salon, immediately.
She also preoccupies herself with the emotional barometer of the relationship. The "Mother" puts all the relationship (all the joys, all the sorrows, all the ups and downs) — on her back.
She puts pressure on herself and herself alone; it's her duty to make the relationship work.