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After breaking up with a jerk, so many women think that if they found a guy who would treat them like a queen, then things would be better. I believe that being treated like a queen is a horrible idea that will bring more dissatisfaction than happiness.
Being treated like a queen means that your partner would dote on you. Your boyfriend treating you like a queen would make him unequal to you.
The great thing about being in a relationship where you both have a say is that each person brings a richness to the relationship based on past experiences. I find that the dynamics of a relationship in good times tend to get worse when times are bad.
Think about it. So many people love to blame the behavior of bratty kids on their innate nature. The truth is, that brattiness is a result of an environment. The same goes for lack of empathy. Not only in your relationship but in your friendships and other relationships too. Relationships are all about sharing. Every human being has needs. Over the last few thousand years, men were treated like kings. Women felt neglected.
Back then, they stayed for financial and social reasons. If you keep letting him treat you like a queen, your relationship will soon end. Today more than ever, the majority of people have a higher sense of worth. No one wants to be taken for granted. His view of you will change. When you first start dating a guy, he sees you one way.
The problem is that being treated like a queen changes you. You become more inward-looking, less patient, and less of a partner. Your relationship will end. After a while, it gets tiring, then downright ridiculous. Relationships work best when two people treat each other with mutual respect and kindness. You should be with someone that cares about meeting most of your needs. You immediately connect with an awesome coach via text or over the phone in minutes.
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