A friend e-mailed me a question:
so, how much do you tell your woman about what you read? how much do you tell her about game? i got books, people see them. i read a lot, i like to talk about it. i get a little rush when i see something happen in real life that i’ve read about.
so how much do you tell your girl?
‘damn it bitch, quit shit testing me with that bull’
My current girl reads this blog, and I’ve told her to follow Roosh on Twitter, as well as read Roissy’s archives.
Women cannot control their emotions. It is up to a man to enforce his will on a girl. Girls can, however, develop a limited sense of self-awareness. My girl often says, “I’m being a stupid girl now, aren’t I?”
Also, when she pulls bullshit, it makes the blog. “Why don’t you write about the nice things I do,” she wonders. I tell her it’s because being nice to her will only sabotage our relationship. She understands – to a point, anyway.
If you want your relationship with your girl to work, a little bit of meta-knowledge is good for them. They start to understand why you are being “mean” to them. They might not like the “mistreatment,” but they realize it’s necessary if the relationship is going to continue.
You can’t wholly reason with a woman, although you can teach them the root of their bad behavior. “The reason you’re being bitchy today is because I made the mistake of treating you like an equal human being.”
They also start understanding why you punish them. If my girl misbehaves, I will call her another girl’s name during sex. She doesn’t get to hear me address her by her proper name until she acts properly. Also, I’ll tell her which of her friends I’m going to fuck when we break up.
If you’re a guy whose girl is acting up, make her read some game sites. If they piss her off, dump her.