Are we allowed to date "drama queens" at all?
The following post will be about the "damaged goods". Okay so, I know I might be poking a hive full of hornets here, but bear with me...
That's because I've heard so many of you guys say things like: "If she's a drama queen/crazy girl/intellectual whore just walk away. She's not worth your efforts and you probably won't have a healthy relationship. Instead of spending countless hours and invaluable efforts on this girl, you could just go out and close 5 of the better chicks."
In most cases that's true, I say and do these things too, I agree. But you know, sometimes you stumble upon an exception and that's why I'm here now.
The girl I'm talking about used to be this super confident and independent one, which are usually the most important qualities that a man looks in a woman. (Yeah, she's hot too, no worries.)
However, as I know her past a little bit, I know that she's been through many devouring relationships. Some of them she got cheated on, some of them she got her heart broken, some of them she couldn't find what she wanted, some of them she made the biggest mistake and regretted the next day. And with every relationship faded, so did a chunk of her confidence. She got bitter with each passing day, she lost her faith and trust in people -mostly in men and relationships-, she lost her optimism and her energy.
But her awesome personality and her hot-as-hell body is still there. And I just can't help myself from wanting her. Do I need her? Probably not. I tried to get over her, been with a lot of different and exciting women and had the time of my life. But every time we talk, every time I see her, there's something in me that I can't describe, something different. (Is this what you farkers call love? LOL)
Bottom line, I just wanna make her mine. I want to be her man. I want to shatter down all insecurities and doubts she has, I want her to trust me that I can be her man. I want to believe that an alpha can "fix" a woman when he wants and make her devoted to himself, rather than just walking away to meet (supposedly) better women. I know this path is not a prioritized or an easy path for most of us, but I want to take it. I don't want to regret it afterwards by not taking it, because you know regrets never feel good...
Any comments & general advice would be appreciated. Thanks guys.
It's not about who I was or who I'm going to become.
It's about who I am. Do it right here, right now.