I can help him become a better man. Deep down, he wants to be different. I know it. I can just tell when I look into his eyes.
The things he says and does that hurt me he only does out of fear of losing me. He doesn’t really mean them. He’s a little boy inside. Just wait till he feels secure in our relationship.
You’ll see. He’ll change. I can change him .
Why are women so susceptible to this misguided view of relationships? It seems almost a cinematic cliche out of the 40’s and 50’s. Think The Virginian (1943) with Joel McCrea, Angel and the Badman (1947) with John Wayne, Westward the Women (1951) with Robert Taylor, or Shane (1953) with Alan Ladd .
Good woman transforms outlaw into law abiding citizen. Women civilize men. The West is won.
What is it about this scenario that appeals so…
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