It seems like, women in the DMV are over and done with it. They'll invest in a man, but if your stuck in lala land... NEXT! What's shocking is the fact, these men are pissed. Highly distraught and upset. It's kinda of sad and cute. Somewhat laughable, actually. You had the nerve, to waste a perfectly good woman's time. For however many years, playing around. Painfully making it clear that, it was about you and your needs.
No responsibility, path or set focus in regards to your woman. The mere thought, tensing and frightening your every being. Instead, you'd rather partake in Every DMV event. As if, you were paid to attend. Being joined at the hip with your friends. Somehow, forming the "Babysitters club" amongst men. Which ironically enough, is like channeling the lost boys of Peter Pan. Running around recklessly, battling restraint. You pushed her away! Who doesn't know how to hold on to the person they love??? If she acted that way, would you stay? Would she be Out of control? Ungrateful? Thee' worst? Would you then man whore for ten years, explaining how she ruined it for others?
I just don't understand how one can ultimately ruin their situation, and feel like their owed anything. If you made it perfectly clear you weren't ready for marriage, cheated and gagged at the thought of kids. What is it your concern, as to whom and when she marry? You don't want a women to force or change you. So why be pissed, when she trades for someone new. You didn't want to be that dude. An regardless of how you "REALLY" felt, that's what you presented an made evident. Oops! My apologies. You wanted her to wait six more years, until you felt like it. No! that's not how it works.
When you live for self, you end up with and by yourself. Understand you are selfish. An yes, they're are men who will tell you and understand what and who they are. For those in denial... go play somewhere. An be less destructive, with someone else. I can respect a man, who is just happy that another supplies all that they couldn't. It shows growth, understanding, and maturity. When the person you loved, just wants you to be happy. In spite of themselves. That "If I Can't Have You, No One Can" mentality is elementary.