Here’s a first page preview of Chapter 4 of If you want to be my girlfriend. The anonymous author may be someone you know, but I can’t reveal who he is!
CHAPTER 4: Why do I love?
Because we structure or allow others to structure our relationships in ways that contradict what we really want.
I love because I want:
What I don’t have
“I feel like there’s no place for me in your life,” my Thai girlfriend said to me with a sigh.
“What do you mean?” I asked her.
“Well, it’s like you don’t really need me,” she continued. “You can cook for yourself. You don’t let me clean your apartment. I feel like there’s nothing I can do for you.”
“Well, it’s nice that you want to do those things for me, sweetie. However, there’s nothing you need to do for me. I want you around because you’re a woman. That’s something I can’t do for myself. Just show up. I like your energy. I like the way you think, and it’s okay if you just come over and we talk. That’s enough.”
Why are people unhappy?
It’s obvious to me that the cause of relationship unhappiness is that people make promises that are inconsistent with their true selves, their wiring or their will. As a result…[READ MORE]
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UPDATE: This book was re-titled: Masculinity 2.0