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Woman From Commiefornia - MGTOW

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Published on 26 Nov 2021 / In Red Pill

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This video is brought to you by a donation from Mr. Anonymous and here's what he has to say: "Hello sandman, I am back for more of your insight and wisdom. I recently came across my ex's LinkedIn account and this is what I would like to discuss with you. Me and my ex grew up in the same metro area, but we are a year and quarter apart in age. We both went to college but I only received a bachelor's in a "worthless" degree by Aaron Clarey's standards, while she graduated in STEM with a Master's in another state. While she was in grad school with no work experience, I was working almost 60 hours a week at my previous office job. I even gave her money a few times. The issue is that she is now an engineer living in "Commifornia" while I'm still living at home and working from home working a typical office job for a pretty well known company. While we were together, she was gung ho about our relationship in the beginning, but halfway through the relationship, she switched up on me and became pretty spiteful. Primarily about me living from home and not being "emotionally supportive". The irony is that she stayed with me and had sex whenever she visited despite my living arrangements. She was also texting someone behind my back while we were together. We eventually broke up a couple years later. I often wonder if I didn't have enough to be with her at the time. Was hypergamy the downfall for our relationship or did I not provide enough?" Tell Mr. Anonymous it's hard to know the exact reason why your relationship fell appart without knowing both of you better. Women are hypergamous and they generally want a man that's more intelligent and a higher earner than them otherwise they will look down upon him and abuse him emotionally for example. Unfortunately women tend to gather in the middle of the intelligence bell curve and there are more male geniuses and male retards along that male distrubution meaning that not all women can have a successful, smart man. She was probably texting some smart guy behind your back and maybe she broke things up with you because she finally convinced him to be with her. I don't know. I'll continue my speculation about your situation in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Ok 2 Be Cliche: Anyways, now back to the my ex girlfriend is an engineer from Commiefornia clown world show. Given enough time women that were once attracted to you will begin to resent you. I think this is a universal thing and no woman can truely be happy. The moment the unhappiness becomes too much for her and she begins to devalue you in her mind she will start looking around to see if there are better men than you that are available and interested in her. If for example you're a seven or an eight and the woman you're with is a four and she begins resenting you and looks around to find a man that's better looking and makes more money than her and she can't find him and she makes more money than you do then it's not in her best interests to divorce you. Especially if you don't have kids and she will end up paying alimony. So she will go on the hunt while she's in the relationship and most of the time you'll have no idea. In your case Mr. Anonymous, correct me if I'm wrong but it sounded like you were living at home with your parents so you guys weren't married? If that's the case then she wasn't trapped living with you so it was relatively easy for her to leave and she did. In the beginning you were working 60 hours a week and were more financially successful than her. But once she engineered up she became the greater bread winner and probably began resenting you because she believed she would do so much better than you.

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