How Women End Marriages... Did You Know There Are Two Distinct Ways To End A Relationship? Learn The "Passive" Style Women Use To End Their Marriages.
Why Women Wiggle Their Way Out Of Relationships
In his book, Transitions, William Bridges asks his readers the following question, “Looking back over your ending experiences, what can you say about your own style of bringing situations to a close? Is it abrupt and designed to deny the impact of the change, or is it so slow and gradual that it’s hard to see that anything important is happening? Do you tend to be active or passive in these terminal situations?”
“Limbo” is much easier to understand when you know how women end relationships. You see, women are naturally inclined to end relationships in a passive, “self-protective” way that’s intended to prevent them from suffering any negative consequences. To put it simply, women end relationships slowly and subtly—in an attempt to disguise the fact that they’re actually ending the relationship.
Women Avoid Confrontation And The Loss By “Slowly” Transitioning Their Romantic Partners Into Friends
Women are “wean-ers” – they wean themselves away from romantic partners — and they wean romantic partners away from them, too. In other words, women end relationships by doing the exact opposite of “cutting the cord”; and they do this for a reason. You see, rejecting a lover can be dangerous; because rejection often triggers anger and rage in people. And this is why females are hard wired to wiggle and finesse their way out of romantic relationships - it’s because females aren’t as physically strong as males. As John Lee tell us in his book, The Half Lived Life, “Passive people constantly feel that something or someone is much stronger than them.”
Today, most women in Western society, don’t live in fear of men; but this is definitely something new. In the past, ending a relationship was dangerous for females – and, at root, this is why females transition their romantic partners into friends – it’s to avoid arousing anger in males
Unfortunately, transitioning someone from a romantic relationship into a friendship can take a long time – and it can cause a whole lot of unnecessary pain and suffering, too. As I explain in Women’s Infidelity II, women often use or, at least, attempt to use the same approach to end their marriages that they used on their boyfriends prior to getting married. The problem, however, is that the process of “turning a romantic partner into a friend” doesn’t work on husbands in the same way that it works on boyfriends.
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