It’s actually pretty common for mothers to become overprotective of their daughters. The reason for this is very simple. Mothers generally want to protect their daughters from things that they can’t protect themselves from. It’s not that these parents are trying to be selfish. It’s just that overprotective mothers have a bigger, more complex emotional response to their daughters than non-overprotective mothers.
In fact, that is the case for most moms. The mother/daughter relationship is one of the most difficult things to understand and cope with in a relationship. The main feeling you get when you’re in a mother/daughter relationship is something like, “OMG! I just want to die!” But that, of course, is just a feeling. There is no true physical death to worry about in the first place.
I’m not referring to the fact that most women are overprotective in this way. I’m referring to the fact that there is a specific, measurable and reliable way in which women actually are overprotective. It has to do with the way women who are in relationships feel safe and secure. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that the feeling of safety is actually the most important thing in a relationship.
For women, the feeling of “being safe” is so important that they tend to try to keep it from their husbands. As a result, for women, a man who feels that he’s not safe in a relationship will tend to have his guard up more than normal. Of course, this doesn’t mean that men who are in relationships are any less anxious or overinflated than women.
This is a popular belief. I know because I was able to confirm this in a group I was in. Most of the men I know who are in relationships, as a group, tend to be the most anxious and overinflated, and the women tend to be the most anxious and underinflated. The problem is that if a man is stressed out, then he likely wont be as likely to be in a relationship with a woman.
This is also a popular belief. This is why we’ve so strongly encouraged women to find partners who are the opposite sex. Men who are stressed out, and thus more likely to be in relationships with women, have a greater tendency to be in relationships with men.
The problem is that if your goal is to have a relationship with a woman, then it is more likely that you will have a relationship with a man. Since it is more likely that you will have a relationship with a woman, a man who is stressed out, and thus more likely to be in relationships with women, has a greater tendency to be in relationships with men. The opposite is also true.
If it is more likely that you will have a relationship with a woman, then your chances of having a relationship with a man are increased, since this is the one area where you can reduce the chance of you being single.
These theories are not mutually exclusive. If you’re stressed out, and want to sleep with a woman, you may be less likely to want to sleep with a man. Asking someone to sleep with you is a lot like asking someone to date you on a date. You’re not going to get the same results.
I’m not going to get into a debate about whether you should be seeking relationships, because in this instance it really doesn’t matter. It is much more likely that you have a relationship with a woman and you’re more likely to have a relationship with a man. That is a fact.