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Why some women attract negative events?

  1. akuigla profile image59
    akuiglaposted 6 years ago

    Why some women attract negative events?

    Why some women, like Jacqueline Kenedy Onasis,Liz Taylor,princess Diana, bring much sadness and even death to their family?

  2. dianne143 profile image35
    dianne143posted 6 years ago

    That's normal man are like that also. They are bound to have a death like that. All we need to do is to pray for all their souls.

  3. mcrawford76 profile image82
    mcrawford76posted 6 years ago

    Everyone has tragic events in their lives; perhaps theirs only seem more significant because they are so widely publicized.

  4. chaunatye profile image60
    chaunatyeposted 6 years ago

    Well first I think that your examples are women that are in the public eye all of the time, so everything that they do is going to be documented and the media tends to focus on the negative with famous people. With that being said though, men do the same thing. To answere your question though, as a woman I can say that I tend to get more emotional and take things way to seriously sometimes, and my mood reflects on the people that are closest to me. I don't know, maybe that's why? Like I said though, men aren't all that different.

  5. Lisa HW profile image73
    Lisa HWposted 6 years ago

    This is a sexist question, because plenty of men bring sadness, shame, death, etc. into the families (when it otherwise wouldn't have been something nobody could do anything about). 

    I'd venture to say that (at least with what a lot of people in the general public know) Mrs. Kennedy wasn't the one brought a whole lot of that negative stuff into her family. 

    With what the public generally knows about Diana, she was living recklessly, dating seedy/questionable people (money isn't always the measure of who is seedy and who isn't), and riding in cars that had drivers who'd been drinking. 

    People like Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe, and on and on on (women AND men):  were in some cases child (or teen) stars who hadn't had the best foundation.  Others were people who had everyone telling them what they wanted to hear ("baloney" lines, like they were one thing or another that they really weren't), or else people telling them they didn't measure up.  They also had the money that would draw all kinds of creeps and misfits into their lives, and when something went wrong they had to live out their humiliations in the public eye (not easy to do). (A "certain" male TV star in the news as of this writing comes to mind.)

    A lot of them start out a little messed up as kids (or at least not emotionally well adjusted) and end up being swept into circles where everything is phony and/or not the "mentally healthiest" thing for anyone; and they don't have what it takes to withstand all that.  In other words, a lot of them start out as victims of their own beginnings.  The fact that some of the their judgment brings on some negative stuff doesn't change the other fact that a lot of them were essentially victims, themselves, in one way or another.

    Either way, I find it offensive that this question implies 1) that only women have this happen,  2) that all these people bring everything on themselves, and 3) that all women are like the women mentioned in the question.

  6. ChristineVianello profile image59
    ChristineVianelloposted 6 years ago

    I believe any man or womans death can bring sadness to anyones life.

  7. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    I have to answer a question with a question--how did Jackie Kennedy bring sadness and death to her family?  Women end up baring a lot of blame for things.  Events happen in lives and it affects a lot of people--it doesn't mean the women are the catalyst. 

    Diana was not responsible for the media frenzy.  Not a woman thing, it is a people thing.

  8. Tusitala Tom profile image60
    Tusitala Tomposted 6 years ago

    A thorough reading of Louise L Hay's best seller (she sold 30 million copies world-wide apparently) "You Can Heal Your Life," will give you very good answers to this question.    It does apply to men as well, of course.    I suggest you buy a copy rather than borrow, as it's the type of book you'll want to refer to again and again.

  9. akuigla profile image59
    akuiglaposted 6 years ago

    Some women when spoiled tend to do craziest thinks.
    Why Jacqueline had to marry Onasis?Why she couldnt live peacefully and raise her children?Why Onasis son said to his father that Jacqueline brought only misery to Onasis family.Shortly after he died in plane crash:just like Jack Kennedy,Jacqueline son years later.
    Liz Teylor married eight(8) times???What happened to her husbands and children?
    Diana was pregnant with Dodis child when she died???And Dodi was investigated as terrorist suspect?What Diana was thinking.She was following her heart?Her heart should have stayed with her children,if not with her husband:
    It seems to me that:
    1.Some men commit crime  when family has nothing or very little.In those cases women are stabilizing factor.
    2.Some women loose their balance,when they have everything,or almost everything.In those cases men are stable.
    There are bright cases,however:
    Hillary Clinton
    And all those hard working single mothers!For all of them I bow and give my highest respect!