The term “Men are Pigs” has been around for a long time and is often used to describe men in a negative way. But the truth is that we’re all guilty, including women, of acting like pigs in some capacity or another. We all make mistakes and do things that are not very nice sometimes. So what should you do if someone breaks your heart? Well, you can’t go back in time and stop them from hurting you but there are ways to get over it faster so it doesn’t hurt as much anymore…
first, try to identify what the person did that hurt you. Was it a one time thing or something they’ve done before? If this is just an isolated incident, then there’s nothing for you to do about it and all of your energy needs to go into moving on. But if it’s habitual behavior from them – like maybe they’re dating other people while with you – then confronting him may be necessary in order for both of you to get closure and move on without having any resentment towards each other. Remember: someone who cares won’t mind being confronted about their actions because he knows he has no reason not to respect your feelings; someone who doesn’t care will avoid confrontation at all costs because he knows his bad behavior might come to light.
“I’m not sure if I should confront him about that last incident.” said Sarah, in a tone of voice suggesting she was on the verge of tears. “No need to cry,” countered her friend Suzanne, who had been listening attentively as they walked down the street together; “maybe it’s something you just couldn’t understand at his point in life and he’ll grow out of it eventually?”
That might be true but what do I say when he does this again? And then there are all those other men who act like pigs…do women ever clean up their own messes or is it always us who has to pick up after them? In any case, confronting someone can be hard – especially for a woman who’s been conditioned to go along with men and not rock the boat.
All of us have gone through a moment when we were in something awful, but did nothing about it because – as women – that’s what we’re told to do. And if this is happening more often than you are comfortable with then maybe Sarah should speak up for herself: after all she can’t expect her friend Suzanne to hold his feet accountable every time he does something wrong; this has to be done by her.
Men are pigs: we’re all guilty
Men can be difficult people at times so even though he might know I am upset over an incident there will always be other opportunities where he could behave inappropriately around me again.
All of us have gone through a moment when we were in something awful, but did nothing about it because as women that’s what we’re told to do If you are staying with someone who makes your life miserable on a daily basis then I don’t think there is any shame in leaving the relationship and moving on; otherwise you will always be unhappy wondering how things could’ve been different for yourself.
I hope this post helps some men understand why they need to change their ways and not just take advantage of women all the time. It’s really hurtful if every man you meet turns out to be like this guy- trust me! But don’t worry girls: not all men are pigs so keep your chin up and enjoy the men that are worth your time. To everyone else, please share with anyone who might have gone through a similar experience as I did; it would mean so much to them…
men in society often take advantage of women or don’t show their appreciation for them. I would like to talk about a guy that was really not the best person ever, and how it made me feel when he did this. He didn’t appreciate anything about me; he always talked down on me, and he never showed any interest in trying new things with me. It felt awful to be around him because there was no love at all between us- just pure hate most of the time! So one day I woke up and decided enough is enough and left our relationship.