A man in the life of a woman – based on the movie / f Gone with the wave
All of us – both men and women – bear the imprint of our upbringing. And since such luck rarely happens, so that parents could grow a healthy harmonious personality out of us, we have to take responsibility for our spiritual well-being.
We are all like constructors or semi-finished products that still need to be prepared before you can enjoy life. And without this preparatory procedure, life is like a frozen pizza – you can eat, but it tastes …
And one more trouble that the recipe or the instruction for assembly in a set is not applied. Yes, manufacturers themselves often do not know what it is they gave birth to a white light and what it is intended for. Again, you have to figure it out yourself.
In the last article, the conversation was that a woman can greatly accelerate the process of growing up a man. It is like a view from the side, which shows better what and what needs to be attached. Something similar can be done by a man for a woman.
But there I missed one important point. If a woman tries to force a man to grow up, it is unlikely that something good will come of it. Of fundamental importance is the fact that the man himself must want to go this way. It is especially great if he himself turns to his woman for help.
The same applies to the reverse situation, when a man helps a woman to break through his own troubles – she herself should understand what is happening and want it. Otherwise, the toy can be broken.
Ideally, psychological mutual aid should be the result of an agreement of the partners. You help me – I help you. Otherwise, everything will roll back to normal family manipulation.
Gone with the wave
Movie – Gone with the Wave
Like last time, I recommend first watching the movie, and then read on. But to decide, as usual, you.
The film is ambiguous and very unexpected. Show how men’s hardness cures female bitchiness – it was great to take a chance. Perhaps that is why this film didn’t have much success at the box office – it hurts too much on female ego.
Of course, the characters and the behavior of the characters are satirically exaggerated, but when it comes to the point, every irony disappears. The transformation that takes place in a woman is shown in full seriousness. No psychologist can give this to a woman; only her man can do this for her.
Ultimately, like Angel-A, this film comes down to ordinary melodrama. Everything is great only as long as the man does not fall in love and does not begin to demand proof of her love from the woman. It looks somewhat contradictory, given its previous behavior, but apparently, these are the requirements of the entertainment genre.
For Madonna, who starred in this movie in the lead role, after watching personally, I was filled with great respect. The film, by the way, was shot by her husband, Guy Ritchie, so it can be assumed that the story told to them both is clear and close. Watch and learn.