Why Men Don't Marry

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In this modern world, women are finding to be more difficult to get a good husband, much less a good boyfriend. Good men seem to be scarce and hard to find. But what could we say about good women? And is it true that men don’t want to get married because they are afraid of commitment, or simply because they don’t like any of the choices presented to them? Do men really prefer bitches? And how far can feminism go, if men simply do not accept the new trends into which feminism has led women?

This book on Why Men Don't Marry intends to answer all these questions and much more. Finally, you will understand the truth of why men don’t want to get married anymore, and what you can do about it, what kind of transformations and actions you can follow in order to make a man marry you.

This book was written for modern women, women who know what they want, and are ready to fight for it. This book is surely for you, because it is based on true stories, and will show you exactly what you need to do in order get married with the man of your dreams.

  1. How We Changed Our Views on Marriage
  2. When Women Don’t Accept Responsibilities
  3. Why the Men You Want Don’t Choose You
  4. Why You Can’t Find Good Men
  5. Why Men Pull Away
  6. How Modern Men See Relationships
  7. The Easiest Path that Women Don’t Want
  8. Expectations in Art and Love
  9. The Story of Chickenbird

How We Changed Our Views on Marriage

First, and foremost, you must understand that men and women aren't very different. Each will look for better in life as long as they think they can find better. Essentially, all relationships are based on value, or at the very least, perceived value. What we consider as better or more comfortable always finds a correlation to what we perceive as valuable. Now, valuable is not only related to characteristics or possessions, but mostly, capacities, or skills, usually associated to communication and empathy. In other words, we perceive as valuable what we need the most. And the more we need it, the more we demand it from another person.

There’s obviously also the possibility that people can be very different and very happy together. The idea that couples must match to live fruitful relationships is a not entirely true, but created by a boring majority, that thinks a relationship only has one function - to raise a family. That is also not true. […]


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