How the FRICK do you stand living with women?

I've been living with my girlfriend for 3 years and I'm tired of her. She complains about me, my habits, my stuff, my ways of doing (or not doing) things. She takes all my space (phisically and figuratively speaking), like occupying my desktop after me setting it up to make it better for BOTH of us or talking a lot about her job, coworkers and random stuff she does or people she meets.
She has known me for this long and is as disorganized as me, yet she periodically cries and criticizes me for being lazy or whatever. I try fixing shit all the time, I go even as far as trying to anticipate issues and TELLING her what would happen if we don't fix this or that, but she won't listen or learn. In fact, she does the contrary and simply ignores my words or even shows disgust.
She calls me "negative" for talking about politics or whatever remotely intellectual thought I have about this society, so I can't even talk about that.
And she rarely ever wants sex. Like once a month.
I've tried talking to her multiple times, explaining that I have objectives in life that are my first priority, like buying a house, and that those are my objectives PRECISELY because I know need to fix my shit and I dislike living in a constant state of uncertainty. My job and the stuff I do require me to be calm and patient, and to have my own space and time. I don't need her to take all my attention all the time, yet she practically DEMANDS all of it.
Plus she seems to have less and less respect for me and my shit. She even told me living with me is like living with a teenager.

What the frick am I supposed to do? Should I just leave her at this point

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are genetic women this infuriating, or is it a troony thing?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      OP here.
      My mom was more or less the same... Guess it was a big fricking surprise for her to treat me like shit for a long time, only to see me get accepted in the best university in my country and, years later, get paid a lot of money for doing almost nothing (even though I didn't even graduate lmao). Yet here I am, repeating history.
      They seem to expect a perfect man, as if they were perfect. They also seem to expect men to "fix" their lives. The amount of entitlement goes through the roof...
      I wonder if all women are the same. I think the problem is me and maybe I just don't know how to interact with women. Or maybe people here are right in that women should be treated like holes and almost slaves, and to ignore their opinions. I can not be like that, though. That isn't my mentality...
      But, WTF am I supposed to do, then?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Damm, you're waking up buddy.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    That's not a woman problem, it's an insufferable woman problem, somewhat compounded by you not having standards for yourself and putting up with it. You chose a bad person to cohabitate with. Much of your part in creating this dynamic will only be clear once you're a few months post-breakup from her, and hopefully you'll use it as a learning opportunity in order to make better choices in partners in the future. If it became this bad, then you moved in together too quickly without understanding the reality you were inviting. You didn't put your foot down first-thing and maintain boundaries that should never have been broken.

    Obviously yes you should end things with her, unless the prospect of dealing with this and worse for life seems appealing. I can tell you that it only does get worse after marriage; those negative aspects of her and your relationship become exacerbated when they think they have you locked-in. You'd be a moron to keep things going if she's this wilfully negligent to your needs and happiness, but you were already moronic enough to let it get this far, so maybe that's your fate.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, I guess I should have paid more attention and gained more experience before jumping right into her trap...
      I'm socially moronic, so it's difficult for me to even start meaningful relationships. And the people around me suck. So there is that.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Now that you've listed all the negatives, what do you actually get out of the relationship?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sex, a couple of times a month at most.
      Companionship and someone who cares (I assume) about me, collaborates with me at solving problems (sometimes), and kisses me. Guess I can find that in any other woman, can't I?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >couple of times a month at most
        I pity you.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Thank, I guess?

          why are you living with someone who isn't your wife?

          Why the frick would I get married? Lol

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            In a lot of legal systems living with a woman carries most responsabilities and risks as marriage, I don't know how it is called where you live but you better check where your situation stands

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Doesn't work like that in my country. See

            I'm not anglo.

            Also, what you said is even MORE reason to not get married or to live with women, at all.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            ... good luck with your life. Have fun breaking up with someone you live with.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Well, I'm leaving her asap. Too bad, I didn't want things to end this way, but if I feel like shit about the relationship and she says she feels the same, then we're done.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            can you explain a lesson learned here?
            regardless, Best of luck moving forward

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >can you explain a lesson learned here?
            I dunno, I don't understand people, much less women. it seems to me like they just don't like my way of liiving, they don't like men like me who are able to give them options and are nice to them. I suppose they basically want someone that will do everything for them, and you have to pretend you have the potential to do just that.
            maybe I just look terrible right now and they judge by the looks so she looks at me and treats me like shit. might be a psychological thing.
            maybe I really am the problem and my laziness and indecision was too much for her (I care a lot about some things, idgaf about others... all of it depends on context)

            I guess the actual lesson learned is that you need to look for redflags (even the "best" apparent candidate can become a monster, I guess?), to get experience and meet a lot of people (difficult for me, I'm an aspie), and to be prepared to do a lot of effort for little gain.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >seems to me like they just don't like my way of liiving, they don't like men like me who are able to give them options and are nice to them. I suppose they basically want someone that will do everything for them
            what is your way of living? It doesn't seem like you have any intention of committing yourself to this woman via marriage or giving her children so you're wasting her time by having her stay around for you to frick.
            Yes, any women can be b***hy and annoying, but they also have a biological drive you're ignoring.
            If this relationship was with an understanding that neither of you will ever have kids or get married, then you two getting bored and moving on was always very likely.
            To answer you question, how do you live with women: don't, unless you are able to make sacrifices to take her as your life partner

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I got engaged and had kids with different women and this still happened so no. It was almost like they let other people and influences get in their head too much and one in particular most certainly waited until she had a bun in the oven to try and wear the pants. I look back and there were no warning signs with her. So it's all a crap shoot in my opinion.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            OP here. I already mover out.

            >doesn't seem like you have any intention of committing yourself to this woman via marriage or giving her children so you're wasting her time
            She didn't want kids. And I'm not marrying, ever. I'm not a moronic christcuck

            Damm, you're waking up buddy.

            Well, this was my first gf, and I learned a lot, so yeah, maybe...

            You don't live with them. If you aren't attractive enough to get laid on the regular, but you make good money, prostitues are a pretty good option.

            >anon realizes that women try to control men and make their lives hell
            Just don't make the same mistake again

            I will try

            Skill issue.
            Mine just calls me to the window to look at a cat in the back yard. She vents about her work stuff, but she's also been like a "lawyer for mundane shit" when it comes to my work stuff. I have difficulty sticking up for myself at work sometimes, and she's been helpful and supportive, telling me what I should say to force certain issues.

            Can you even list something that's good about yours? I know mine is a spoiled brat, but she's also hard working, nurturing, adventurous. She's got a sense of humor and she cooks some pretty good shit for me.
            If you can't, and you're not married to her, I'd leave her. It doesn't even matter what she looks like, if she's rotten and cruel.

            Skill issue.
            Mine just calls me to the window to look at a cat in the back yard. She vents about her work stuff, but she's also been like a "lawyer for mundane shit" when it comes to my work stuff. I have difficulty sticking up for myself at work sometimes, and she's been helpful and supportive, telling me what I should say to force certain issues.

            Can you even list something that's good about yours? I know mine is a spoiled brat, but she's also hard working, nurturing, adventurous. She's got a sense of humor and she cooks some pretty good shit for me.
            If you can't, and you're not married to her, I'd leave her. It doesn't even matter what she looks like, if she's rotten and cruel.

            I agree with the other anon. What skills are you talking about? The ability to meet a lot of women and find certain properties in them or something?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >someone who cares (I assume) about me
        I honestly would not make that assumption given your description.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    why are you living with someone who isn't your wife?

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    that isn't a women thing, its a your-girlfriend thing. break up with her. she's treating you like shit.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Tell her to chill out or else you're leaving. Put it in a more kind manner though. Like tell her you guys need to work together to work it out, otherwise it's going to fail.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Unsure if it’s a problem for all women, but most girls I know and my own are like this. Entitled and quick to anger, unsure if it’s related to their families or not. I’d say you should try pointing out these things gently, but otherwise break it up if it’s unfixable. Women seem to call men immature while having the priorities and emotionality of a toddler now…

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What did they call you immature for?

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sounds like you live with an annoying parasite. There is one option.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Break up with her, living with the right woman is the best, your situation sounds unbearable and you're only 3 years in, you could be living with someone who makes your life better, that you love coming home to. Life is too short for this shit, stop wasting your years on a woman who will only get worse. Even being single is better than what you're dealing with.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >right woman
      where to find her?

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Humans were never meant to live like this. It is not species appropriate in any way. This is like locking two parrots in a small black plastic box with food they are not meant to eat and repetitive artificial „enrichment activities“ and then say there must be something wrong with them that they start ripping each others feathers out.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    So I was never able to overcome this issue. It seems like eventually women will just incessantly be unfulfilled after a certain point and project this onto you. Some might stress trying to address the underlying issues, but that assumes that she can process things like a logical adult, which I also have not witnessed. Some men capitulate and either get cheated on or live in their garage for the rest of their life. Some claim that they just put her in her place but I still have yet to see this anecdotally in the people I've seen in long term relationships. At the same time I've known men who were weak and doltish but still did what they wanted and it seemed like they usually met these women when the women were less experienced. I myself could never overcome this phase and my relationships end as this point. Lastly there are two camps about the type of person you end up with. Some would say you chose poorly. There does seem to be nuances in how certain personalities approach relationships and there does seem to be a common thread running through them that seems familiar and somehow related to our early family environment. That part being said, I can look back on my own history and see where I avoided blatant red flags just to end up in a bad situation anyway so it doesn't really fit that I haphazardly chose poorly either. I say all this to say I have no idea. It could be personality, it could be a core dynamic of men and women, it could be the choice in partner, it could just be dumb luck. If it keeps happening though, just know that it's peaceful to be alone. It's difficult when you're going through something and it's harder on one income, but coming home to a quiet home is much better than having some entitled lazy stupid idiot up your ass the minute you walk in the door.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Living with *anyone* when I do move out is my biggest concern to be honest. It's one thing that puts me off the whole 'I could do with a gf' vibe along with other misc reasons.

    Most people don't even do basic maintenance or have a desire to keep things clean, nor respects another's personal space nowadays. Take a washing machine for example: when is the last time you cleaned the inside of the drawer? My family sure don't and it accumulates mold. Disgusting.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Imma just straight up tell my gf she's not living with me, I dont care how much she b***hes. My alone time in my personal space is one of the last things keeping me sane. I'm not dealing with that even if she fricks me.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        That'll lead to you not having a gf.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          homie I don't care honestly. I've dated and been around the block many times so a woman leaving me because she's not contributing shit to my apartment or house is A ok with me. I'll be dammed if I become a maid just to hang onto pussy. It's bad enough my gf is a slob in my room alone, now expand that to an entire apartment.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    This is why I'm not giving my gf a key for shit when I move out. It's already bad enough her stupid ass loves to come over my house unannounced cause she's bored. I can't imagine fricking living with her and her constant need for attention and distraction.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >How the FRICK do you stand living with women
    Force of law.
    If I leave, the law is going to frick my ass with a chainsaw. That's the only reason I'm still living with her.
    > Should I just leave her at this point
    Yes. Before you end up legally fricked.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Have them show consideration and respect. Have them not make their life's deficiencies your problem.
    >She complains about me, my habits, my stuff, my ways of doing (or not doing) things.
    Bad behaviour. Dump her.
    >She takes all my space (phisically and figuratively speaking),
    Bad behaviour. Dump her.
    >talking a lot about her job, coworkers and random stuff she does or people she meets.
    You must engage. Taking an interest in each other's problems is vital in a relationship.
    >she periodically cries and criticizes me for being lazy or whatever.
    Narcissism. Dump her.
    >she won't listen or learn. In fact, she does the contrary and simply ignores my words or even shows disgust.
    Narcissism. Dump her.

    I've seen enough. You're with someone who refuses to fulfil her role, which is to make your life better than it would be without her, and to be a benefit to your life rather than a burden.
    End it.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You had premarital sex and now have to deal with the consequences.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You guys are insufferable. I could mention the tons of miserable people in marriage but you're so deluded you'll find a loophole of some sort and I don't feel like arguing.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        They're tradcucks don't bother arguing with them. Their entire worldview is delusional

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You don't live with them. If you aren't attractive enough to get laid on the regular, but you make good money, prostitues are a pretty good option.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >anon realizes that women try to control men and make their lives hell
    Just don't make the same mistake again

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Skill issue.
    Mine just calls me to the window to look at a cat in the back yard. She vents about her work stuff, but she's also been like a "lawyer for mundane shit" when it comes to my work stuff. I have difficulty sticking up for myself at work sometimes, and she's been helpful and supportive, telling me what I should say to force certain issues.

    Can you even list something that's good about yours? I know mine is a spoiled brat, but she's also hard working, nurturing, adventurous. She's got a sense of humor and she cooks some pretty good shit for me.
    If you can't, and you're not married to her, I'd leave her. It doesn't even matter what she looks like, if she's rotten and cruel.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Which part is the skill issue and what would you prescribe to fix it?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Did you not read the rest?
        Get a different woman, idiot, or just throw that one out and give up on them. Sounds like anything's better than that wiener goblin, even a few lonely nights with Rosy Palm.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I read the whole thing, I just couldn't quite understand which part of your post was referring to a skill. You seem angry though so now it makes sense.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Your mom’s angry Black person. I’ll drown you.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            If you're anger has mastery over you then whatever provokes your anger has mastery over you. If you can release the anger then this is self-mastery. I wish you the best, take care.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What the frick am I supposed to do? Should I just leave her at this point
    I only read the first sentence and I already know the answer is yes. At least stop living with her. You can control all these things, your suffering now is only enabled because you allow it.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >all this grief for maybe one sex per month
    Perhaps involuntary celibacy isn't so bad after all

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is this better tham the alternative?

    If so, endure.

    If not, leave.

    So analyze what you ahve to gain anf lose by staying and leaving and make an informed decision.

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I think it's best that you just leave. This behavior will probably get worse in the future, so it is best to abandon her now. I'm not sure this a problem with all women. Sure, women are more neurotic about dumb shit, but it shouldn't be as bad as whatever your gf has.

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Break up (for her own good)

    Relationships take sacrifices from both sides. If u aren't willing to do yours, then just tell her

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >t.simp

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