Some women strongly believe that true love is worth fighting for.
One of my readers reached out to me with a great example. She's always the one who initiates dates with her new guy. He never calls first and is often busy, but they still meet occasionally because she tries hard to make it happen every time, to the point where she cancels her plans to see him. She obviously really likes him and is fighting for his attention. Is this normal? Of course not - this is a classic role reversal case. "Fighting" for love, sacrificing, proving their love, eliminating competition - all these things are a man's prerogative. If a woman tries to "conquer" a man, then she gets herself into a dangerous zone. She clearly shows that she is more interested in their relationship than her significant other. If he's an asshole, he will see it as a great opportunity to use her until he loses interest in her company or until he finds a woman he actually likes. Sacrificing and fighting for your love won't make a man love you and that's a fact. If you have to fight for your man, then he's clearly not that into you.
The only time fighting for your love becomes reasonable is if your long term marriage or relationship is experiencing a temporary road block, then it's up to you to try and fix it, of course.
- charlottevioletaGreat post!
- marinamazur_kha💯 great post !
- karamelka18Yes!!!!! 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
- kingleducI would fight a bear for you🐻
- irina_teeYes🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 @mshptn
- irina_tee😂😂😂 @kingleduc we'll see when we go to Russia
- tabularazahBoys can only do this to a point too. If they aren't into you, they aren't into you. I think there is a 'guy feel' thing that should happen - context is everything.
- thelolamontezThe minute she starts ignoring him and moving on is the moment he'll want her.
- irina_tee@thelolamontez most of the time, yeah
- darya_lolaEw no no !!! 😕that's not "fighting for love" since there no love in this situation. But she sound "blindly in love" with this guy
- irina_tee@darya_lola yep
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