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David, I'm glad that you use the word, "loser" playfully because I know some people who don't and it hurts. There is no time limit on when a man obtains success but there is a limited comfort zone mentality.
That said, finding a complete man is like finding a needle in a haystack. I'm traveling down what Robert Frost terms, "the road not taken." It's an ever present challenge for me and probably an even greater challenge for a date because that means that he needs to remove his own rose colored glasses and relinquish judgements and preconceived ideas. The "looser" in which David mentions may have low self esteem or maybe just comfortable with his dead end job because that is all he knows or perhaps is afraid to change jobs in fear it might not workout.
I simply didn’t want her to have sex with me unless she wanted to because she was easily pushed into things.
So, upon asimilation of this new experience, I decided to try again with a new woman.
I asked a guy who I work with, "why did you leave your job to come here?
" After all, his former company was more advanced with modern technology.
As a child of about nine I became extremely cynical. I started to grow out of this at 18 but to this day I still can’t find myself worthy of affection.
At age 25, by a girl only looking for a fling while her husband was on the road, I finnally got laid(right or wrong I had to do it).
The man you think is such a winner is only a winner in your fantasy driven eye. Date a man based on who he shows up as, not on what you think he is going to be or could become.
So I get the "looser" thing where the guy is too lazy to make something of himself.
I am principaled, honest (almost to a fault), ambitious and for someone I care about, very loveing and affectionate. Every member of my family has hurt me irrepairably but I still “tried” and was ultimatly unsuccessful. I was and still am incapable of takeing part (being and integral member) in social gatherings, group settings, or any social activity involving more than one on one discusion.
Maybe you women need to also be the kind of person he is describing……maybe YOU’RE the “loser” he’s talking about……maybe YOU need help.
This IS a sexist article, plain and simple; with that said, both the woman and the man need to work on themselves AS they work for the better of the relationship.
WAY TOO FEW PEOPLE — men or women — truly work on both, and they’re typically selfish to the point of things not working out, so they give up too easily.