A lot of men think that the majority of modern women are bad, apart from their mothers.
“My mom is different,” says the average bro while leaving a comment exposing the lost modern woman.
I have some bad news, bro. Unicorns do not exist.
Allow me to explain.
I was one of those bros myself.
My mom has done endless sacrifices for me and my sister over the years. She did everything in her power to give me a better life and she succeeded.
She did it all on her own.
I grew up with a father, but he was never around. He would leave the house in the morning and come back home at 23:30. I know the precise hour because I was logging his arrivals for a while. 90% of the time it would be around 23:30.
Some days he wouldn’t even come home. We would call him on the phone, but he wouldn’t pick up. We had no idea where he was. We still don’t know where he was spending the nights, but that information is irrelevant today.
On the weekends, my mom and dad would often fight, and my dad would leave and go into the unknown. He hit her a couple of times too.
He skipped 90% of our birthdays and didn’t come to my sister’s graduation. He took me out to play on his initiative exactly 2 times.
You may say that he was doing it all to earn money for us, but that wasn’t the case. My mom was the bread earner. 90% of the money in our family came from her. She bought him 3 cars.
When you add the fact that sons pick a lot of character and physical traits from their mothers, it would be hard for me not to love her.
And I do. Without her, I would be dead. I owe her.
I know that many men out there come from fatherless homes too. So, it’s natural for us to idolize our mothers and dream of meeting women displaying similar qualities.
The reality is different. Very different.
Yes, my mother was extremely loyal and amazing when it came to her children.
But when it came down to selecting men, she wasn’t all that different. Just like the rest of them, she rejected nice guys and went for a bad boy.
You can already see that my father is a big egoist who only cares about his own comfort. He was abusive to her from day one. Yet she stayed with him.
I also know from her that she rejected one nice guy that she met on a train. According to her, the boy was very pleasant to talk to but a bit under-educated. (He was a cook.)
After the encounter, he proposes to her in a letter.
My mother rejects him with the classic: “I have a boyfriend.” line. In reality, she was as single as one can be.
The truth is this. All women want a man who makes them excited. Some men have the magic and some men don’t. If you don’t, most women would classify you as a nice guy and push you away and keep you as a backup plan. They may return to you when their expiration day is close.
My mom is that way too. Chances are yours isn’t different either. She could have married the cook, but he wasn’t “magical”. Instead, she went for the unapologetic pseudo-alpha bad boy that kept her on her toes forever.
During my sad dating life, I met a couple of women that appeared very similar to my mother on the surface. One of them was even born on the same day as her.
During the date, she would blush and behave like a schoolgirl that had just found her husband (me). But then she rejected me in a very direct and honestly disrespectful way because I was too nice.
Today, that same woman is with a guy that has more tattoos than I can count.
“My mom would be different today.”
Another big lie is the belief that your mother wouldn’t be like the average girl nowadays.
The reality is this: we are all a product of our environment. If your moms were born in 2000, 99% of them would be on social media, tinder, bumble…etc. They would be doing what the modern woman is doing because that’s the type of people that the world produces.
Hell, if you were to transform into a woman yourself (please don’t), you would probably act like “one of them” too.
That’s the bitter truth.
All else is nonsensical dreaming.