Wednesday, January 26, 2011

How to Fuck Up Your Relationship / Who Mates for Life Anyway?



"You'll never find anyone like me again!"
I'm thinking, 'I hope the fuck not! If I don't want you,
why would I want someone like you.'


10 Stupid Things Couples do to Mess up Their Relationship
Acording to:
Dr. Laura Schessinger


1. Stupid Secrets:
Withholding important information for fear of rejection.
It’s the struggle against selfishness.
Privacy is something you 'give' out of respect.
Secrecy is when you feel guilty about something you can't tell you partner or spouse.

2. Stupid Egotism:
My freedom/ rights to do what I want are more important than your feeling/ needs
Ask not what you can do for this relationship ask only what this relationship can do for you!

3. Stupid Pettiness:
Make a big deal of the small stuff.

4. Stupid Power:
Never lose an argument
Never sacrifice anything
Always need to be in control
Never let the other forget he or she messed up.

5. Stupid Priorities:
Consuming all your time and energies:
Work
Hobbies
Errands
Chores
Missions
- and an unmade bed has a higher priority than the relationship.

6. Stupid Happiness:
Seeking stimulation and assurance from all the wrong places
To satisfy the immature need to feel good vs.. to be good.

7. Stupid Excuses:
You fight back with excuses, which just cause more damage –learn to apologize.

8. Stupid Liaisons:
Staying attached to relatives and friends who are outright bad influence
and destructive to your relationship
–allowing these folks to hurt your partner.


9. Stupid Mismatch:
Seeing red flags clearly and yet you stay around trying to put a square peg in a round hole
–not knowing when to leave and cut your losses.


10.Stupid Breakups:
Disconnecting for all the wrong reasons.



You forgot being whinny, needy, negative attitude, anger issues and just being plain loco.


So then....

Why do women stay in bad relationships?

He will change.
No. He won’t.


Money.
I can’t feed the kids, care for them nor educate them. 
I feel obligated because he has done so much for me e.g. he bought me a car, etc
I don’t have a job without him; where will I go?
(For the above stated reason's, you're now a hoe and he is now your PIMP!)


He's the devil you know.

Scared of starting another relationship because the next guy might be worse than him.
I still love him even if he hits me when he loses his temper or comes home drunk.
He infected me with an incurable disease, so who will want me now.




I have children with him; let me stay for their sake.
 Children are stronger and smarter than you give them credit for.
They will grow up to live their own lives, their lil' spirit journey 
will continue with or without us.
And now-a-days, it's just another part of normal life.
They'd rather split time with two happy parents than live with two loveless ones.

He says he still loves me and cares for me.
 No. 
He does not.


I have already spent then prime of my life with him and am older now, so let me just stay with him.

Is this what you want?  Really?

If I leave, my family and friends will talk and say I have failed to keep my marriage.

That's your EGO talking.
And if that's an issue, you should have never gotten married.


So, can people just be together... forever?
Sorry...... NO

 
Who can?
Mate for life:

Gibbons
Gibbons are the nearest relatives to humans that mate for life. They form extremely strong pair bonds and exhibit low sexual dimorphism, which means that males and females of the species are of roughly equal size, a testament to the fact that both sexes are on relatively equal footing in their relationships.

Swans
Swans form monogamous pair bonds that last for many years, and in some cases these can last for life. Their loyalty to their mates is so storied that the image of two swans swimming with their necks entwined in the shape of a heart has become a nearly universal symbol of true love.

Black vultures
Good looks are not a prerequisite to a faithful relationship. In fact, black vulture society makes sure of that. They have been known to attack other vultures that have been caught philandering!








French angelfish
You're unlikely to ever find a French angelfish alone — they live, travel and even hunt in pairs. The fish form monogamous bonds which often last as long as both individuals are alive. In fact, they act as a team to vigorously defend their territory against neighboring pairs.

This one species is absolutely monogamous.

In the black darkness of the deep sea, the tiny male anglerfish (perhaps one tenth the female’s size) detects and follows the scent trail of a female of his own species. Once found, he bites his chosen one and hangs on. His skin fuses to hers, their bodies grow together (he gets his food through a common blood supply and becomes essentially a sperm producing organ). They mate for life — a short life for the male.


Albatrosses
Termites
Wolves
 Prairie voles
Although most rodents have a reputation for promiscuity, prairie voles break the trend, generally forming monogamous pair bonds that occasionally last a lifetime. In fact, the prairie vole is typically cited as an animal model for monogamy in humans. They huddle and groom each other, share nesting and pup-raising responsibilities, and generally show a high level of supportive behavior.
 
It’s so simple a mouse could do it.

Turtle doves
Schistosoma mansoni worms
They may not offer the conventional image of love, but these parasitic worms are usually far more faithful than the humans they inhabit. As unromantic as it sounds, they cause the disease schistosomiasis, also known as snail fever. When they reproduce sexually within the human body, they form loyal monogamous pair bonds that typically last the entire cycle.

Bald eagles
They are the national emblem of the United States, and when it comes to maintaining relationships these birds soar much higher than the country they symbolize. Bald eagles typically mate for life, except in the event of their partner's death or impotency — a number far lower than America's divorce rate, which now exceeds 50 percent.



Only about 3 percent of the 5,490 mammal species are monogamous 
(and Homo sapiens isn’t one of them).

3% people... That's an F in that Species Class

Beavers, otters, bats, wolves, some foxes, a few hoofed animals, and some primates live together but dally sexually.

How many species are known to currently exist in the world.

Category                                           Species                                         Totals

Vertebrate Animals

Mammals                                      5,490
Birds                                             9,998
Reptiles                                         9,084
Amphibians                                  6,433
Fishes                                          31,300
Total Vertebrates                         62,305

Invertebrate Animals
Insects                                        1,000,000
Spiders and scorpions                   102,248
Molluscs                                          85,000
Crustaceans                                     47,000
Corals                                               2,175
Others                                             68,827
Total Invertebrates                    1,305,250


List does not include plants and Fungi.


If I were you?

I’d get a sense of humor real quick!
Try seeing it like this…
I know, but try….
 

Hey, People change… and forget to tell each other.

Sometimes you have to get to know someone really well to realize you're really strangers.
 
You cannot be lonely if you like the person you're alone with.



How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.



I've learned that people will forget what you said, 
people will forget what you did,
But people will never forget how you made them feel.


Men are from earth. Women are from earth. Deal with it.


  Bottom line?

I love you and because I love you I would sooner have you hate me for telling you the truth
than adore me for telling you lies.




Sincerely,
The Bad Man

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