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Just as women who engage in "man-child" relationship dynamics have wounds to heal, these men need help understanding their misdirected rage.
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Here is a bit of a sample of the comments received: 'I hope my son NEVER gets married. I'd rather see him work at a job he enjoys, travel, date many, many women, ride jet-skis, play video games, have friends, and generally enjoy his life waking up every morning comfortable in the thought that everything he's ever worked for is still his own.' 'Any male would be an absolute idiot to get married now.
You don't marry the woman, you marry the state, and the state is designed to transfer money from men to women.
It's just the way it works.'The group Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW) was espoused in a number of the comments.
This group supports men who, according to their website refuse "to bow, serve and kneel for the opportunity to be treated like a disposable utility."These comments are a reminder of a group of men who perceive women as deeply manipulative with a mission to ruin men.
My recent Huffington Post article, "5 Signs You Might Be Dating A Man-Child," received a number of very angry comments by men.
The article was intended to be helpful to those women who find themselves in a lopsided romantic relationship where they become the only responsible party.
Women caught in these relationships usually have their own issues that need to be addressed, which I bring to light in the article.
However, some men read this as an attack on their gender and turned it into fodder to attack women.
My book, Having Sex, Wanting Intimacy Why Some Women Settle for One-Sided Relationships, is written for women.
But, it can be read by men as a guide to how they too may avoid romantic relationships that are likely to end unhappily.
You can lose the relationship before it even starts by not paying attention to your own body language and what you’re talking about.