Is happiness alone enough in a relationship?

Yes. 5 55.56%
No, I need more. 4 44.44%
Voters: 9. You may not vote on this poll

If you can be happy with another person...

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Mere Intricacy

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04-08-2013

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Originally Posted by HetairoiAthenas View Post
Men who do more housework, receive less sex from their wives.
Its actually the other way round. Derp.


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Jesus thy Lord

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04-08-2013

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I looked up hypergamy.
The term refers to 'marrying up' which isn't what I'm talking about.
No, the term is referred to as "marrying up" by the laywomen.

It does not necessarily require marriage to be involved in any way.

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Its actually the other way round. Derp.
Dobs is correct.

Men who do housework generally get less sex, the woman and other women also respect him less.

I've noticed unintelligent people say "erp" for some reason. I wonder who created that "ID-me-as-retarded" meme.

I.e. in their attempt to criticize others, they ID themselves as what they are attempting to criticize, etc.


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Wrenchman

04-08-2013

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Men who do more housework, receive less sex from their wives.
You have been reading Yahoo News too much.


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My Face Is OP

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04-08-2013

What else is there if you have a relationship that encompasses what you want?

Again Mere, you don't make much sense.


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Wrenchman

04-08-2013

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I don't know if I want happiness.
What the hell kind of statement is this?


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Jesus thy Lord

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04-08-2013

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What the hell kind of statement is this?
Clearly you've never read through any kind of internet dating site or facebook accounts.
Women regularly say stupid @#$%* like that.

I.e.
"LIKES: Fun, being happy"
"DISLIKES: Being sad, being hurt"
/facepalm


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UrsaMinor

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04-08-2013

lol SCREW HAPPINESS


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Wrenchman

04-08-2013

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Clearly you've never read through any kind of internet dating site or facebook accounts.
Women regularly say stupid @#$%* like that.

I.e.
"LIKES: Fun, being happy"
"DISLIKES: Being sad, being hurt"
/facepalm
No, I haven't. I have always been socially well adjusted and never had a problem with woman, or people in general.


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SkeithGotBanned

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04-08-2013

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We have all those things down.
I just feels like there's a lot I cant talk to him about.
He refuses to associate with sadness.
I like being sad every now and again.
I see nothing wrong with melancholy.
But he is somewhat obsessed with always being happy. Always tring to make me happy.
Why don't you talk with him.

You can always be happy as a couple. But as individuals you will still feel other emotions. You can feel frustration and sadness at work. You can feel agony and anxiety. You may be worried with family or other things.

And when this happens he needs to be there to listen to you. And you need to listen to him when he has something to tell you.

Maybe he is acting all happy because he wants to feel like he is a titan trying to protect you and make you feel great. Maybe he's showing something and feeling another thing.

So you need to find a way to tell him this, without letting him down. You need to say you have other emotions you'd like to share with him. You want happiness as a couple, which does not always mean being all jumpty jumpy and smiling through the house. Have you tried this yet?


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Jesus thy Lord

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04-08-2013

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No, I haven't. I have always been socially well adjusted and never had a problem with woman, or people in general.
You have been indoctrinated by femi nazi ism.

You will learn... the hard way.