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I am attracted towards a lady who is like almost 8 years older than me. I am like 24 and she is in mid 30ies I guess.
I am really in love with her sweet voice and elegant personality. Her cuteness and politeness has just crushed me …. I am really in awe of her….
She is well educated, highly experienced and skillful in her profession like of Senior Management Cadre and I am like a junior level person in the organization. She regards high of me and has praised me couple of times but strictly for professional reasons since we never communicated so much on personal level as such as I also find it necessary to maintain decorum in the office. The bad thing is she just left
I badly want to date her and want to befriend her but I am so much confused if I should approach her or not. BDW she is single according to my sources but I am not sure if she is seeing anyone or whether she would approve of this all craziness. I really don’t want to spoil my image in her eyes. But honestly I can’t help it and move on….. 🙁 I don’t know if I should seek some counseling …. Is it just an infatuation???
I am really confused… I can only hope that if she gets to read this message she realizes herself and approach me… I swear I would grab it like kids do with chocolate.

The Aristo-cad: Why does Earl Spencer treat his women so badly

30/06/2008 · The Aristo-cad: Why does Earl Spencer treat his women so badly

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Thank you so much for this article, it really resonated with me.
The man who recently dumped me was an unemployed, bipolar, pot head who lived in his mother’s garage. I drove 1.5 hours each way every weekend to see him. We never went to the movies, never had dinner out, never went for a walk, never, ever did any of the activities I enjoyed doing. Every time I visitsd I would bring him geoerices, tidy up, do laundry and I always showed up with little gifts, little tokens of my love and affection. He got an other women pregnent whilst we were together but I still didn’t leave. He ignored my texts and my calls throughout the week but I continued to visit him every weekend. I caught him on an online chat room, looking for sex with other women, he told me if someone offered him sex, he couldn’t turn it down and then dumped me. I guess he was annoyed that I went snooping and caught him out. I truly beloved that if I loved him enough he would eventually love me back. The more he mistreated me the harder I tried to please him and the harder I tried to demonstrate my love for him.
I’m trying really hard not to contact him and beg him to take me back- this article has helped and has given me something to think about.

Why do men treat women so badly

We could go as far as to say that every race has a history of treating women badly it wasn't until 1920 that women were allowed to vote in the USA that is a recent history of treating women badly.

Why Do Women Treat Good Men Bad? - The Heat Magazine

I agree with some of the comments that a person who is good generally expects others to be good.
Unfortunately I have learned the hard way that not all people have the same integrity when it comes to relationships.
My last relationship was one where I kept investing and the man was really not interested in marrying me. I thought he was but I was mistaken. In the end he treated me very badly and I was extremely hurt and confused.
Normally I would have jumped ship a lot sooner, but I had a great deal of faith in this man for some reason.
This will never happen to me again.
One of my brothers recently married for a second time. His first wife was a gem, but they married young and he was really not a good husband to her.
Later, he dated many women, one for over 5 years. She had 3 teenage children and he was not prepared to take the responsibility (their own father was neglectful).
Then he met his current wife. After 2 years friends and dating she said if you will not marry me we are going to split up. She is a very smart, loving, beautiful and mature woman. He couldn’t believe she would leave. She was dead serious. She had also been married before (her ex husband later came out as gay).
She was independent and was not prepared to give and give forever without marriage.
This is an important lesson.
No matter how much you love a man, if he is not prepared to marry you, get rid of him. You will waste the best years of your life and become exhausted in the process.
This goes for the men too. If you are really ready for marriage (mature,,loving, stable, have a healthy romantic life with the woman and capable of commitment) ask her to marry you. If she does not want to marry you, ask if there is a specific reason. If she is just “unsure”, leave. You will be throwing away the best years of your life and will become very exhausted by the experience.

How India treats its women - BBC News

Fanny Alger was a teen-aged servant in the Smith's home. Joseph and Emma had "adopted" Fanny when she was about 16 years old (1833). She is believed to be either Joseph Smith's first polygamous "wife" or simply a sexual encounter. (The Church's essay, "Plural Marriage in Kirtland and Nauvoo," says it was a marriage, whereas Lawrence Foster said, "…contemporary evidence strongly suggests that Smith sustained sexual relations with Fanny Alger, it does not indicate that this was viewed either by Smith himself or by his associates at the time as a 'marriage.'" Dialogue Vol. 33 No. 1 pp. 184-86.) Critics believe he had an affair with her, was found out, and then introduced the concept of plural marriage in order to justify and continue his affair with her and then other women.Some historians record the date of the "marriage" as early as 1833, while others believe it was 1835, putting Fanny's age anywhere from 17-19. Fanny departed the Smith home sometime in 1836, the same year Oliver Cowdery was excommunicated for revealing Joseph Smith's "dirty, nasty, filthy affair of his and Fanny Alger's."Warren Parrish, the secretary of Joseph for a period of time, told Benjamin Johnson that he and Oliver Cowdery knew the report of an affair between Joseph and the girl to be true, for they "were spied upon and found together." (, 1903.)Critic's Note: Regardless of whether Joseph Smith's relations with Fanny Alger was merely a sexual encounter or a "marriage," it was adulterous. However, Joseph could only be , and even if it is claimed that the "marriage" was a symbolic "celestial only" sealing, the sealing power was not restored until April 1836, after Joseph's "marriage" to Fanny.Whether Joseph's "marriage" to Fanny Alger occurred in 1833 or 1835, it was illegal both under the laws of the land and under any theory of divine authority. Plural marriages are rooted in the notion of "sealing" for time and eternity. It is claimed that the "sealing power" was restored 3 April 1836 when Elijah appeared to Joseph and committed the sealing keys into his hands. (, The Joseph Smith Papers.) Until that time no one on earth had authority to "seal" Joseph and Fanny. As a result, his marriage to her was a nullity from the beginning both in time and eternity, and any sexual relationship he had with her was adulterous.As admitted in the LDS essay, "Plural Marriage in Kirtland and Nauvoo":

[C]areful estimates put the number [of Joseph Smith's wives] between 30 and 40.Following his marriage to Louisa Beaman and before he married other single women, Joseph Smith was sealed to a number of women who were already married.Estimates of the number of these sealings range from 12 to 14.
from the LDS website (also see footnote #24).In other words, Joseph "married" or was "sealed" to 12-14 women who were already legally wedded to other men at the time. Following is a list of Joseph's wives that we know of (some researchers estimate that the number may have been higher). A name indicated with an * was a living husband of the woman to whom Joseph Smith was "married" (From the website, )(The above table can be downloaded as a .)

to ask: why does India treat its women so badly

I am 23 and my fiancé is 39. We have been together for nearly 2 years and have a baby girl together. She also has 3 sons. I love her more than I thought I could ever love someone. She completes me. What people don’t seem to understand is that love stems from somewhere other than how you love each other. I see how good of a mother she is to our children and it makes me love her all the more. She is the kindest most loving person I have ever met and I have been all over this nation and never met anyone like her. We plan to marry in June and I do not take such a commitment lightly. I intend to be there for her until death do us part. I would put my life in her hands and she would do the same for me. We have a love that is the envy of all her friends, not because of my physical appearance, but because of how well I treat her and how happy we are together. If there is a huge age gap, I could see there being some kind of issue in the long term but for the most part, age does not matter. Maturity, common goals, and dedication are deciding factors with age gapped relationships.