Types of Women That HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL Men Avoid at ALL COSTS

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  1. gmwilliams profile image84
    gmwilliamsposted 7 weeks ago

    What are the types of women that highly successful men see as liabilities?

  2. MizBejabbers profile image88
    MizBejabbersposted 6 weeks ago

    I can think of a few types that highly successful men might see as detrimental to their success:

    1. Whining clingy types
    2. Women who can't talk about anything but housework and having babies (Even some so-called educated women are only looking for an Mrs. degree and can't get out of this category.)
    3. Women who would be poor hostesses
    4. Frumpy women who don't know how to dress and make themselves attractive (Some men are looking only for arm candy)
    5. A jealous male might find a competitive woman too risky to his own ego

    Of course if a man really fell in love, some of these qualities can be overcome with a little coaching. Some people might say that if a man can't love a woman like she is, he has no business trying to change her. I agree with not trying to change a basic personality, however, none of us is perfect and sometimes we could use a little polishing. The same goes for a man.

    1. gmwilliams profile image84
      gmwilliamsposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

      Excellent answer.

  3. gmwilliams profile image84
    gmwilliamsposted 6 weeks ago

    (1) Women who are uncouth.
    (2) Women who put their original families first.
    (3) Women who have no ambition themselves but solely relay on highly, successful men to pay their way in life.
    (4) Women with parasitic family members who expect for highly, successful men to support them & their families.-such women are toxic-avoid them at all costs.
    (5) Women from lower socioeconomic backgrounds.
    (6) Women who don't want to improve themselves educationally nor socioeconomically.
    (7) Women who have a struggle, poverty mindset, philosophy, & mentality-avoid such women like the plague.
    (8) Women who are socioeconomic vampires.
    (9) Women who refuse to broaden their horizons, wanting to remain in their particular insular mindset.
    (10) Women who are TOO ATTACHED to their original families.  Such women will only hamper highly successful men.  These women should avoid relationships outside their original families entirely.  They are NO GOOD to anyone.


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