So I compiled a list of most people who wanted me to say "hi" to my teacher.
I'll print it out and hand it to him on Thursday, here's the list, if you want to get added please comment with your Reddit name without the "/u" since the flairs make it impossible to copy-paste.
Also, glitchwaveREDDIT says "Gamered."
Ladies, until you change your behavior on this, the title is what I'm going to assume about you when you say you want a partner who is vulnerable and open with their emotions.
Too many people out there fail to realize that when you ask for vulnerability it means you get the good moments along with the bad. It's nice to have your partner show they are worried and scared but at some point they are going to be worried and scared about something you think is idiotic.
Truly wanting vulnerability means you're prepared to deal with those moments because you care about your partner whether or not their emotions are logical to you or not.
Edit: yes, men also do this. No, not every woman does this. If you're upset by this post, maybe you should look at yourself because it's not talking about every woman. Men shaming men for having emotions is a different conversation. And no, men don't shame other men "far more" than women, so stop acting like this is a non-issue. Ask most guys and they'll say that their feelings are treated with disdain from everyone. Last time I checked, "everyone" includes women. If you want to have the convo about guys doing this make your own post about it. Also please have some empathy towards some of these commenters, for heavens sake.
Edit 2: the amount of people that seem to think that men only express their emotions in completely unregulated and unsafe ways is bizarre. I feel like I need to point out that this shaming happens to guys no matter how emotionally mature they are.
Maybe the career you love doesn't need to be monetized. Maybe it's about finding a career that you can tolerate so you can afford to do the things you love. Just a thought.
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