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The ironic thing is that I'm not normally this way - I think living in US has made me that way. Maybe I just need to calm down and, reign it in.
I wouldn't be so serious, and take an interest in the greater world around me if the world I didn't immediately live in, didn't suck so terribly bad. I found it, at some point literally unlivable...and so I went up in my head.
Honestly I can't even think about this anymore.
I feel American society is slowly toxidifying me. Maybe, I just need to think positively. I don't know. The more I read about the things that piss me off, the more pissed I get.
I don't know how to handle feminism, I wish there was some way I could find out how to understand these women & their psychologies and work with it - in a way that didn't sacrifice myself, but I can't find this. Honestly, I think the best strategy is to ignore them, and focus on women who are worth my time, while taking care of myself. Not worrying or stressing myself about anything else. It is really that simple. I just get really worked up, and panic, when thinking about the lack of available females, logistics, etc., how shortage there is. It just makes me crazy.
I can't read about this stuff anymore. Need to just live my life and take care of myself.
The forum has been a great resource in honest conversation about relevant topics, but it has peeled the band aid off of many things, too, which I in some way found ways to ignore.
That quote is from the Protocols of Zion.
Again, you make great points here. My brother is similar to you. Every time he calls me on the phone to say hi, he'll bring up heavy world topics. He was the one that introduced me to the evils of the international bankers years ago along with their New World Order agenda. I found myself fascinated with this topic, so much that I'd spend hours upon hours researching it. But at the end of the day, I realized that all the negativity put a real dent in my soul so I scaled back. Had to for my own sanity.
I've done enough traveling to know that certain areas of the globe (mostly Europe) people embrace getting together and discussing world politics from all angles. I don't feel America is one of those nations. People here are too polarized between one party or another. But the bigger problem is that most folks can't tell you WHY they align with one party ie the are victims of the sheep mentality.
If you travel to the East, it becomes even worse. In many Asian countries it's frowned upon to discuss politics in public.
So back on topic. What does the average American female look for in a guy? You'll generally do well if you can come across as a confident easy going guy. As you are quickly finding out, intensity scares the heck out of American women!!!! Learn to adapt
Yeah, I think so ..you're right. I think what it really comes down to - is just stepping out of whatever brainwash you're in, if you are in any at all. It's really that simple. Let life happen, it can't happen any other way. Anything we try to "do", will just get in the way.
It really sucks but I think that's the truth. So many men and women trying things and thinking in certain ways - being brainwashed... or embracing it, and not just being "individual" as we all naturally are.
It's boring, but it's the only (fulfilling) way.
Honestly, I think women are so desperate for a real, man they will see one and just flock to it/gravitate to it.
That is if I can not get "in the way" of myself, which usually does screw things up, but it's as simple as that.
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