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Is it true, that wives make husbands as puppets?

Updated on December 26, 2016

Yes, Females of any religion, background or race have only two main ambitions in life.

  1. To control her husband!
  2. To control her son!

It's to show superiority towards other sex and it's there since first human ever walked on this planet and would probably exist till last human leaves the planet.

So if you are complaining of a very strict wife then just to let you know that you would find this trait in 99% of all women. Only few exceptions there but they just act against their nature all there lives. Not very good indeed.

Also if you are thinking of trying to win over your wife over arguments then forget it. women would never let men win over them. It's against feminism. They would wait for the right moment to say the chiocest words which hit under the belt. Yes, they know where it hurts men the most. So it's useless wastage of energies trying to win over your wife and wise men always give up soon.

Genetically also women are stronger than men. The chromosomes they have are "XX" while men have "XY". Now if we give a push to these sets then "XX" is not disturbed and only "XY" gets knocked over. So women are much more stable than men They are emotionally much much stronger so it would be wise to give them due respects.

Women also can handle stress better than men. Various experiments were conducted regarding this statement and so it has scientific basis to it.

So next time If your wife is making you her puppet. Then it would be wise to be her puppet. You must realize that she is genetically much stronger and you cannot fight her.

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      experienced 6 years ago

      never trust them, any of them

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      Cleanclover 8 years ago from Piece of land!

      Couldn't agree with you more on that Kimberly. Yes i will perhaps seek a women who have the characteristics of my mom. Thank you. :-)

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      Kimberly Bunch 8 years ago from EAST WENATCHEE

      I found the humor in your Hub and I wondered if you were writing it around the same time I was thinking back to my own mother's control over me, and how she had me like a "puppet", strings and all! Lol.

      And then further down I read and thought: what about battered women? There are a lot of passive women in the world. In addition there are a lot of 'men' that rather be the ones that leave their wives in charge. The best relationships are the ones that are loving and caring towards each other. The relationships where the two of them work together for the whole. And not one bossing the other one around but for them to compromise on the tougher issues, to work together as a unit --as one.

      I have been coming across information in my research work that states "Intelligence is compassion related" and so I have to agree with John Chancellor, and seek out the book Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman, because I know it is true and I would love to know more about human compassion as intelligence vs the ugly dark unintelligent of a rotten heart lol. There can be extremes with the flip of the coin. Balance, love and compassion should go hand in hand and friendship in that union.

      Chances are you will seek out a female that will have those characteristics like your mother but if you do, make sure she is loving and lets you be the man you are.

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      Cleanclover 8 years ago from Piece of land!

      Thank you Hubcrafter. Appreciate it :-)

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      HubCrafter 8 years ago from Arizona

      Thanks for the follow Cleanclover.

      I'm with the rest of the commentators here.

      We choose our own poison, sometimes. We look for what we're used to. If Mom's a dominant person, maybe we look for that in a spouse too...with disasterous results.

      The world is full of variety. People vary enormously. It's not a one-size-fits-all world.

      Who we choose matters. WHY we choose is amazingly important too.

      I think you understand WHO.

      Maybe you understand WHY...I don't know yet.

      The question is... WHEN do you want to make the change? Bad relationships take two. But they always start with a choice.

      Why not choose someone who feels different from your Mom's model of womanhood? Try to picture or find other types of women...women who's love is more nurturing, less controlling. These women are definately out there.

      Love begins with a choice. It often ends because the first choice was made badly.

      Get some space from Mom. Meet lots of women. (not dating millions. just meet them.) I'm sure there are many who have a heart for love without the crushing consequences.

      HubCrafter

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      Cleanclover 10 years ago from Piece of land!

      thanks for your comments Mschievious

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      Tina 10 years ago from Wv

      I agree soo much with John AND his wife.... I had to leave a realtionship practically run from a mairriage because it was so bad. I will try to read the book at some point. Check out my hubpage if you'd like :)

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      Cleanclover 10 years ago from Piece of land!

      Yes, I have bad experiences as a son, brother and ex b/f. Women have dominated me ever since I was born. The head of the family, my mom was the head and I am still scared of her!

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      charmaine_zp 10 years ago

      I would have to agree with John Chancellor. Kudos!

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      John Chancellor 10 years ago from Tennessee

      I have to check with my wife before I post a rely. She said it was okay to post as long as she gets editorial rights - that is the right to edit.

      I think it is very dangerous to make sweeping generalizations. I have never seen any research that says a woman's two main interest are controlling her husband and son. And if that is in fact most women's main interest, I suspect there are a lot of very disappointed women in the world.

      The research I have seen suggest that most people strive for freedom. The freedom to be their own person. A woman will not achieve that freedom by trying to do the impossible - controlling someone else. We all have complete and total control over but one thing in life - how we think. Trying to control someone else is futile.

      We all need to feel appreciated. We can only feel appreciated when we are in healthy relationships - those that satisfy mutual needs - those that provide balance.

      Are some men passive? Without a doubt. But so are countless women. But being passive does not mean being controlled.

      I would suggest reading Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman. It is rather deep and difficult reading, but it covers the subject of how we develop emotionally and the effect lack of emotional intelligence has on our daily lives. I think any relationship that is one sided is not optimal.

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      Bonnie Ramsey 10 years ago from United States

      It sounds to me like you have a bad outlook on all women. I am not sure if your hub is based on your personal opinion and experience in your own life or what but I think you need to do more research before judging all women in the same group. Start with the statistics of battered women. Now there is puppet control for you! Yes, women may be stronger than men emotionally but physically, they are not.

      In a good relationship, there is no "puppet effect" from either side. In our house, it's give and take from both sides and we are able to discuss the decisions and come to an agreement on them. Sometimes it is done my way and sometimes his. That's how it is supposed to work.

      I certainly hope that if the poster of the request is seriously needing some good advice that they do more research before believing this.

      Bonnie

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