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RoadKill

Sparrow
Question: What do you do to stand up to your wife? Do you ever tell her what you think of her behaviour? And in what tone do you do it if you do?

In the past I have calmly told a woman what I think of her behaviour. I don't accept bad behaviour and any nasty woman will find that out very quickly. No matter how badly behaved they become I remained calm and they just know that the bad behaviour will not get them anything - either my bending or my wrath. The nasty woman will take either of those over a rock of indifference, calm etc.

It is a guess. But I think it's this woman's desire to do what she has done to you - turn you from a beacon to a shell. A primary mechanism of people who live in darkness is form them to possess one person who is held lower than they are. It is an elixir to afflictions of the soul. So long as she has you suppressed into a morsel she can see herself as better than you and not have to look at herself.

Right on.

In the past, I tried to be calm and rationalize with her. I tried to explain to her that what she said or how she said it was offensive and hurtful. Her response was "I'm Latina! This is how I speak!" I tried to use scripture, elders, deacons, pastors and friends to counsel her and her lack of tact and help her understand how her outbursts and reactions were destroying the family.

I used to run interference for her and explain to my daughter that she didn't mean the hurtful things she said or the tantrums she threw. After a while I got tired of running interference and simply would look at my daughter and say, "Yep she's a crazy witch."

She would put us in these no-win situations and my daughter would get screwed. I remember this one time shortly after I got custody of my daughter that it was going to be her first visit back with her mom and her mom said "I don't want to see her." My wife freaked out because she was looking forward to a break from my daughter so she could be alone with our infant son and she told me I needed to find a place for my daughter to go for a coupe of weeks. She said this in front of my daughter, so she knew she wasn't wanted by her mother or my wife and I ended up driving my daughter 12 hours to my mom's house so she could spend some time with my extended family for a couple of weeks.

My daughter did not deserve that. Her mother was very evil. She actually got so angry at how her mom was using her as a tool to hurt me, she audio-recorded her mother telling her that the family was falling apart and it was all my daughter's fault. She said that to a 14 year old girl! I had hired an attorney for daughter before this happened and she gave the recording to her attorney and the custody battle was over shortly after.

Another time while the custody battle was going on, we were clearly winning the case and because my ex didn't concede right away, she scheduled another deposition. My wife freaked out and in front of my daughter said "MAKE THIS STOP! SEND HER BACK! MAKE IT THE WAY IT WAS BEFORE!"

No matter how much I tried to calm her down, she still freaked out. We did not stop. We won the custody battle and my wife sabotaged the victory.

After she did that, I quit being nice and patient. My mom moved in 3 years ago. I wish she had some place else to go, but no other family members had the facilities to house my mother. I knew it was going to be a disaster, but am I to leave my mother homeless? My wife would say these horrible things to my mom, like "You don't deserve to live here because you didn't plan your retirement." She would constantly nit-pick at my mom and say things in a rude manner. I started getting in her face and I would tell her she's the most terrible person I know. I basically told her if you're rude to my mom, I'm going to be rude to you. If you insult my mom, I'm going to insult you. I basically told her that every time she opens her mouth, she offends us. It wasn't until my best friend told her I was considering divorce that she chilled out and we got some counseling through a christian therapist. It don't matter. The damage is done. For years I would hold my tongue and not let any unwholesome talk come out of my mouth. I finally said "forget it" and I would tear that woman apart with expletives and called her every name in the book. And I told her point-blank, I'm done watching my tongue I'm going to let you have it right back and see how you feel. Surprisingly, she started being careful about how she says things. She doesn't like angry RoadKill.

At some point she asked me why I don't feel sorry for lashing out at her (with words, not physically). I simply said that she didn't care how she made people feel when she lashes out, so I don't care either.

But I'm a patient vengeful man. My ex tried to destroy me and take my daughter. Through years of patient suffering and being a good dad and role-model, my daughter chose to live with us. My wife has anger issues and a loose tongue. In time, she will be alone. My son already has developed a "Don't make mom angry" mentality. He's 10 and we have a deal not to throw each other under the bus. My son isn't afraid of me, but he's afraid of upsetting his momma. She still has outbursts, but my son and I just roll our eyes and move past it.

I believe she has some sort of mental condition, to be honest. She doesn't see the destruction she causes. She was on mood stabilizers for about a month, but she didn't like how bloated she was feeling, so she stopped.

She is not an evil person. She is just emotional, dramatic, scared and narcissistic. I simply don't care about her anymore.
 

FactusIRX

Woodpecker
In the past, I tried to be calm and rationalize with her. I tried to explain to her that what she said or how she said it was offensive and hurtful. Her response was "I'm Latina! This is how I speak!" I tried to use scripture, elders, deacons, pastors and friends to counsel her and her lack of tact and help her understand how her outbursts and reactions were destroying the family.

I used to run interference for her and explain to my daughter that she didn't mean the hurtful things she said or the tantrums she threw. After a while I got tired of running interference and simply would look at my daughter and say, "Yep she's a crazy witch."

She would put us in these no-win situations and my daughter would get screwed. I remember this one time shortly after I got custody of my daughter that it was going to be her first visit back with her mom and her mom said "I don't want to see her." My wife freaked out because she was looking forward to a break from my daughter so she could be alone with our infant son and she told me I needed to find a place for my daughter to go for a coupe of weeks. She said this in front of my daughter, so she knew she wasn't wanted by her mother or my wife and I ended up driving my daughter 12 hours to my mom's house so she could spend some time with my extended family for a couple of weeks.

My daughter did not deserve that. Her mother was very evil. She actually got so angry at how her mom was using her as a tool to hurt me, she audio-recorded her mother telling her that the family was falling apart and it was all my daughter's fault. She said that to a 14 year old girl! I had hired an attorney for daughter before this happened and she gave the recording to her attorney and the custody battle was over shortly after.

Another time while the custody battle was going on, we were clearly winning the case and because my ex didn't concede right away, she scheduled another deposition. My wife freaked out and in front of my daughter said "MAKE THIS STOP! SEND HER BACK! MAKE IT THE WAY IT WAS BEFORE!"

No matter how much I tried to calm her down, she still freaked out. We did not stop. We won the custody battle and my wife sabotaged the victory.

After she did that, I quit being nice and patient. My mom moved in 3 years ago. I wish she had some place else to go, but no other family members had the facilities to house my mother. I knew it was going to be a disaster, but am I to leave my mother homeless? My wife would say these horrible things to my mom, like "You don't deserve to live here because you didn't plan your retirement." She would constantly nit-pick at my mom and say things in a rude manner. I started getting in her face and I would tell her she's the most terrible person I know. I basically told her if you're rude to my mom, I'm going to be rude to you. If you insult my mom, I'm going to insult you. I basically told her that every time she opens her mouth, she offends us. It wasn't until my best friend told her I was considering divorce that she chilled out and we got some counseling through a christian therapist. It don't matter. The damage is done. For years I would hold my tongue and not let any unwholesome talk come out of my mouth. I finally said "forget it" and I would tear that woman apart with expletives and called her every name in the book. And I told her point-blank, I'm done watching my tongue I'm going to let you have it right back and see how you feel. Surprisingly, she started being careful about how she says things. She doesn't like angry RoadKill.

At some point she asked me why I don't feel sorry for lashing out at her (with words, not physically). I simply said that she didn't care how she made people feel when she lashes out, so I don't care either.

But I'm a patient vengeful man. My ex tried to destroy me and take my daughter. Through years of patient suffering and being a good dad and role-model, my daughter chose to live with us. My wife has anger issues and a loose tongue. In time, she will be alone. My son already has developed a "Don't make mom angry" mentality. He's 10 and we have a deal not to throw each other under the bus. My son isn't afraid of me, but he's afraid of upsetting his momma. She still has outbursts, but my son and I just roll our eyes and move past it.

I believe she has some sort of mental condition, to be honest. She doesn't see the destruction she causes. She was on mood stabilizers for about a month, but she didn't like how bloated she was feeling, so she stopped.

She is not an evil person. She is just emotional, dramatic, scared and narcissistic. I simply don't care about her anymore.
Sorry to hear about it, man. Hope you can find some comforting discussion here and find some momentary peace.
 

Wasp

Newbie
Hello all!

I am a White male of Anglo heritage and a Protestant. Originally, I was raised as a very strict Calvinist, but after some years of study and exposure to other ideas, I am now of an Anglican persuasion and believe in more unity between Catholics, Anglicans and even other protestants.

Politically, I consider myself to be a centrist moderate (redundant, I know) on many issues, but I am deeply concerned about the cultural decay of the United States and the broader English-speaking world. I believe a lot of it has to do with the fact that "anglos" have traditionally been more laid back about ourselves. What I mean by that is that we were never really too united to begin with, so that has never helped us forge a sense of community. Even when the US was a relatively "homogeneous" and Protestant country, we were not as united as others. Tocqueville himself often wrote about how different we were even among ourselves. We were always too individualistic in many ways, but at least morally the country was indeed very strict and Puritanical about social mores/attitudes. No more today, unfortunately.

The church today, however, has become quite feminized. I do go to a church, but I often feel odd since very few men are in there and it is mostly women. The few men who are regulars are much older and married, but those older men are a dying generation. I see very few young men in church in my area.

Roosh is a great man and I'm glad to have found him.
 
Hello all!

I am a White male of Anglo heritage and a Protestant. Originally, I was raised as a very strict Calvinist, but after some years of study and exposure to other ideas, I am now of an Anglican persuasion and believe in more unity between Catholics, Anglicans and even other protestants.

Politically, I consider myself to be a centrist moderate (redundant, I know) on many issues, but I am deeply concerned about the cultural decay of the United States and the broader English-speaking world. I believe a lot of it has to do with the fact that "anglos" have traditionally been more laid back about ourselves. What I mean by that is that we were never really too united to begin with, so that has never helped us forge a sense of community. Even when the US was a relatively "homogeneous" and Protestant country, we were not as united as others. Tocqueville himself often wrote about how different we were even among ourselves. We were always too individualistic in many ways, but at least morally the country was indeed very strict and Puritanical about social mores/attitudes. No more today, unfortunately.

The church today, however, has become quite feminized. I do go to a church, but I often feel odd since very few men are in there and it is mostly women. The few men who are regulars are much older and married, but those older men are a dying generation. I see very few young men in church in my area.

Roosh is a great man and I'm glad to have found him.
Welcome to the board. Reading your post made me think about what I observe. I don't see many single men or single women, mostly older married couples. That is kind of our demographic, but looking back before that, younger single men and women I only saw in a very large church, the smaller ones, not so much.
 

Wasp

Newbie
Thank you. Yes, that is very true that if you go to a bigger church, you see more younger single men or women. Anglican churches in my area do not really abound though these days either, due to aging White Anglo population, loss of interest by younger people and it is also a heavily left wing area.
 
Your rules and regulations directly align with the same principles of BLM and ANTIFA. First impression is one of a controlling cult leader yet I find your videos entertaining. FYI, I promise to wear my mask and follow the guidelines because as a new member we’re all in this together!
 

RoadKill

Sparrow
Your rules and regulations directly align with the same principles of BLM and ANTIFA. First impression is one of a controlling cult leader yet I find your videos entertaining. FYI, I promise to wear my mask and follow the guidelines because as a new member we’re all in this together!
That's how forums work. His rules, or you don't come round. That's how most of them are and have been for 20 years.

Hi guys. I'm engaged to two girls currently. I have no job nor skill. One girl is from another city. I'm thinking about getting married to the one living in the same city while this Covid19 scam goes on. Pray for me.
Surely, you can't be serious...

RK
 
That's how forums work. His rules, or you don't come round. That's how most of them are and have been for 20 years.


Surely, you can't be serious...

RK
Choose the one who will make the best husband regarding financial security and safety. This will allow you to live your “best life” as long as you don’t turn into an altruistic “nagger”.
 

DeWoken

Sparrow
Hi guys. I'm engaged to two girls currently. I have no job nor skill. One girl is from another city. I'm thinking about getting married to the one living in the same city while this Covid19 scam goes on. Pray for me.

Choose the one who will make the best husband regarding financial security and safety. This will allow you to live your “best life” as long as you don’t turn into an altruistic “nagger”.

Any other pearls of wisdom you two newbies would like to share (while you can)? How's about replying to this thread about conspiracies. Tell us a story.
 

RonaldB

Newbie
Hello everyone. I'm from small country in Central America. I've been living in the U.S. since 2004 (Legally I might add). I became a fan of Roosh after the 2016 elections after watching some of his streams. My spiritual journey has been a wild ride. I was raised catholic, then I became a kind of UFO believer/Ancient aliens type of guy. After that, I became an 'atheist' for a few years until I joined a Buddhist/New age group that led me to have strange paranormal experiences which lead me back to Christianity. I am now learning more about my Catholic faith although I am very impressed with orthodox Christianity thanks to Roosh's conversion.
My dating life has been mediocre. Only four women in my life, the last one was the one who gave me the best sex, moments, and lessons. I've been with several prostitutes in between the four relationships I had, and I'm not feel proud about it.
Now, I'm looking forward to grow my faith and hopefully find a wife that can give me children. I wish everyone the best and hope that we learn from each other.
 

Maecenas

Sparrow
New member here from Canada.

Feels like my entire social circle (outside of my close family) has gone completely insane. So it’s good to know that there are still some sane people around!

Keep up the great work Roosh!

Hey all, nice to meet y'all. My sentiments are exactly the same as Lou's. Also from Canada and also feel my social circle has gone crazy and I'm thankful for what Roosh has created here.

Looking forward to hanging out more here.
 

Anomaly

Newbie
Hello all,

I am a Jewish man who will be converting to Catholicism. I am 41 years, married to a Catholic white woman, with two beautiful children who were baptized. I will likely add more to my introduction, but I just wanted to post this now and say I’m glad to be here. This looks like an excellent forum.

I am Jewish defector, fully versed on the JQ in total, hence my name username. I was asking questions about the JQ at age eight, in 1988. I did not get a thorough red pilling til 2001, before the term came to be. With red pilling, came an understanding Of the female question, racial realism, historical realism, and all else understood on the dissident right.
In abiding by rules, I will not post on these topics in depth until I’m allowed to do so.
~A
 
Hey all, first post. I recently returned to Christ and have been praying to Him to have mercy upon me and to live in the Heart of my heart and also to lead me to spiritual perfection.

Anyway, I happen to live in Portland Oregon but I'm praying to for my own land somewhere in the Midwest where I can work and pray and grow healing herbs.

My understanding of Christ is likely different than yours but I do believe that He is the word of God who incarnated into the form of a man and that He died for the salvation of the universe.

I believe in the Traditional family structure, in the sanctity of all human life, in loving mercy and the preservation of Western Civilization.

I believe Christ loves all equally regardless of race or past sins and I often think about the 21 Coptic martyrs murdered most brutally by those Luciferic devils known as IS

I have had my own profound spiritual experience involving the Great Holy Form of the Christ Logos.

Christ is healing!
 
Hello all. I'm a white male, 28 years old, from western Europe with a strong faith (eastern philosophy). I've been lurking for a long time and have been self-improving massively the past few years on different aspects of my life; business, health, relationships, spirituality.

This forum has helped me tremendously in going forward and becoming a better man.

It is time to become a member. Great to finnaly be a part of RVF!
 
Hello everyone. I am new to this forum. 29 year old white male from the Netherlands. Had a Catholic upbringing from my mothers side of the family. On my fathers side are all Athiest. I work in mental healthcare and I have my own bussiness where I specialise in Alzheimer and Dementia.

I have read al lot of post especially on dating. I had a LTR with an Iranian woman, we were engaged. Unfortunately it took a turn for the worst. Cultural differences and her past became big deals. Which resulted in to losing my backbone and changing aspects of my life. I was almost moving in with her and searching for a job in another part of the Netherlands... giving up on friends and family, until there stirred something inside me. Spend the weekend at her place feeling something was off. Stayed up all the nights knowing this was not my home anymore and wondering; 'who is the person sleeping next to me'... A lot of signs. The day after Christmas next week she packed most of my stuff and asked for the key. Took me 2 years to recover from it.

I found God again during the relationship. It was a challenging one and something very demanding of me. Went regularly to light a candle in the church and that's when I felt te warmth of the Virgin Mary and her prayer and the fatherly presence of God.

During the recovery I got in to somewhat of a relationship with an older woman and I fel in to sin. It was purely physical and in lust. I found, everytime I met with her, after the deed I was in sin. I felt wrong and then I would not speak with her for a week or two and the cylce would start over. I hope now that I ended it and plan to speak with a priest about it tomorrow morning, the churches are open again.

I wish to continue my story and questions on another thread of my own, but this was my first introduction.
 

Advorsor

Sparrow
Hello all,

I am a Jewish man who will be converting to Catholicism. I am 41 years, married to a Catholic white woman, with two beautiful children who were baptized. I will likely add more to my introduction, but I just wanted to post this now and say I’m glad to be here. This looks like an excellent forum.

I am Jewish defector, fully versed on the JQ in total, hence my name username. I was asking questions about the JQ at age eight, in 1988. I did not get a thorough red pilling til 2001, before the term came to be. With red pilling, came an understanding Of the female question, racial realism, historical realism, and all else understood on the dissident right.
In abiding by rules, I will not post on these topics in depth until I’m allowed to do so.
~A

I'm new here too and will be interesting to read about your insights to the JQ. Glad to have you here. In regards to myself:

29 y/o White Male from the Northeastern US
Raised Catholic but in reality, in limbo right now with my faith
In a LTR, we just moved in together...going to have to decide if she is "the one"

I look forward to engaging in civil and enlightening discourse on this forum. Roosh, thanks for all you do!
 
Evening Gents,

Enrolled today & wanted to say hi. Long-time fan of Roosh's writing, and was a member/lurker of RVF back in the day.

Late 30s, American, enjoy hunting, traveling, lifting, business. In an LTR with 'The One', look forward to getting engaged next year.

Excited to chop it up with you all!

Duke
 
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