The Dirty Half Dozen
Six favorite female attacks and how to guard
against them. From roaring lion to purring kitten:
The ways women fight and how to handle them
How many of these women have you dated?
Her motto: "Waaaa!"
The Trap: She makes you feel so guilty that you
make promises you can't keep just to stop her
crying. She knows the power of tears.
Unfortunately, so do you.
The Solution: Wait her out. They are only tears,
not bullets. Let her wail all she wants,
you¹re there while she¹s wearing herself
out. Being compassionate means being there for her
not caving in to what she wants.
Making promises you can¹t keep doesn¹t
make you a better man. Being yourself, even if she
disapproves, and still being there for her is
strong, manly stuff.
Her Motto: "Fuck you!"
The Trap: You live in fear of her rages. Or, you
shout back and have useless fights with her.
The Solution: Don¹t fight back. Don¹t
feed the fire. Understand what she¹s saying.
Tell her you see she is angry. Slow things down.
Make specific requests of her pin her down
on one thing at a time and make specific small
promises you can keep.
The Illogical Manipulator
Her Motto: "I'll be irrational and drive you
nuts, then accuse you of being irrational and
The Trap: You argue with her crazy, illogical
arguments, then to go insane--which she then uses
as proof that you must be wrong.
The Solution: She needs to be right, so tell her
when she's right--even if it kills you. Arguing
with her point-for-point is useless; she isn¹t
logical. She uses what she calls logic¹
to wear you down. Her goal? To make you flip out or
give up. Admit that you are irrational by saying,
"Sorry, but that's just the way I feel." That gets
you out of her irrational¹ hold. Keep
staying with what you want; keep the mantra, "This
is the way I feel, what can we do about it?"
Eventually she¹ll calm down. But logic and
rationality never works here only clear,
simple persistence. She needs to be right and in
control. Give her that as much as you can while
maintaining clarity about what you want.
The Shaming Feminist
Her motto: "This is what men have been doing to
women for thousands of years!"
The Trap: You'll feel guilty and ashamed about
being a guy, and do whatever she wants to get her
to back off.
The Solution: Refuse to feel ashamed of what
other men might have done to other women. Be proud
of being a man. Remember how noble men are. Don't
argue on her terms--keep bringing the conversation
back to specific events between the two of you
not some historical smorgasbord of male
crimes that you had nothing to do with.
Her Motto: "You just don¹t understand how
hard it is to be me!"
The Trap: She whines more than is humanly
possible. She can¹t see that she is totally
committed to being helpless. You try to help and
suddenly you don¹t understand¹ and
aren¹t on her side¹. After all, the
universe is against her.)
The Solution: Don't try to fix her problems. Let
her learn her own lessons and realize that there is
nothing you can do to make her handle things
ther right way¹, which is how you would
The Bedtime Brawler
Her motto: "Are you asleep? There's something we
need to talk about..."
The Trap: Ending up in a horrible,
The Solution: Listen without fixing. Apologize
if appropriate. Put her off 'til later. Give in on
small stuff. Make promises you can keep. Show
"emotional vulnerability" and ask to be held
© 2008, Mastery
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