Your daughter dating loser
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. My daughter is the type that wants to help everybody.
Although, it's a nice gesture, it gets her in trouble.
In Song of Solomon 8:8–9 we hear a family’s hope that their young sister will grow into a woman of strength and dignity. I’m amazed and saddened at how often I hear young single guys say of bright, gifted single women, “Wow, she’s so strong I don’t think I could lead her.” At which point, too many bright, gifted single women begin to consider ways to “tone themselves down” or “soften themselves a bit.” Raise a strong daughter, even if—no, especially if it means potential suitors question whether they can “lead her,” whatever that means to them.
Can you guess what metaphor they use to describe that kind of woman? Their sister assures them in verse 10 that she is indeed a wall, complete with towers. You’ve just identified those suitors as ineligible, without so much as an application process.
Which begs the question: Settling for a deadbeat loser is like settling for a job you hate.
There are way too many people who hate their jobs and keep on doing them, just like there are way too many women who settle for men who treat them poorly.
No, we are talking about those degenerate, unemployed, starter-cap wearing, no-hope bums who still live at home with their parents, yet inexplicably manage to date hot girls.
Either way, it's time to show him and his greasy ponytail the exit.1. He is over the age of 25 and trying to get his “band” going.10. He looks like or dresses like a “Jersey Shore” cast member.15. He has he been to Jersey Shore.[insert Jersey Shore image]17. He barks and growls when he sees his own reflection.23.Her statement indicates assurance that she is not only strong, but also able to defend herself against any unworthy suitors. Here’s the problem with shotgun jokes and applications posted on the fridge: to anyone paying attention, they announce that you fully expect your daughter to have poor judgment. And don’t be shocked if she meets your expectation. Leadership is not about the strong looking for weaker people to lead.You might want to worry less about terrorizing or retro-fitting prospective suitors and worry more about preparing your daughter to choose wisely. Instead of intimidating all your daughter’s potential suitors, raise a daughter who intimidates them just fine on her own. It’s about the humble looking for those whose strengths offset their weaknesses and complement their strengths.Sometimes, people just don't want to look in the mirror and see the truth – kind of like how Cameron Diaz refuses to believe she is no longer her 20s (or 30s, for that matter).Girls, you'd never let your friend get behind the wheel when drunk, so don't let a loser get behind her in the bedroom.