Man Vs. Woman: Biologically & Psychological Differences ( The Wounded Womb)

So I just finished reading the first half of this book called ” The Wounded Womb by Dr. Phil Valentine” – Its a rare book. Used versions on amazon are starting at $225 USD. So if you desire to know the women’s in’s and out’s and if you have a little extra cash I strongly recommend you grab a copy. No current PDF’s available. They’re all taken down immediately because of the books content.

 

But anyway..

The book holds a collection of 25 years of research on the female in’s and out’s. What makes a womans mind, body, and spirit. I just wanted to share a quick excerpt from the book with you guys.

 

” So according o the above “experts”, the following differences are biologically and psychologically hard-wired into the instinctive behavioral profiles of men and women. They are cosmos-genetically innate, and therefore cannot be de-commissioned or repealed by the legislated edicts of man or woman-made laws.

By Nature … 

– Man gives love – Woman reacts with feelings…
– Man says what he knows – Woman says what will please…
– Man seeks proof – Woman is credulous…
– Man is stimulated by the mind – Woman by her senses …
– Man is vulnerable in mind – Woman is vulnerable in body…
– Man is impersonal – Woman takes things personally…
– Woman finds reasoning cold exhausting, indifferent, and disinteresting;
– Man finds reasoning warm, exhilarating, absorbing, and fascinating…
– Woman is interested in people and social happenings – Man in science and doing things by himself
– Woman is an egoist… and as such, she must feel as if she is the center of whatever happens; everything is in relation to herself and the feelings in her body – Man too is an egoist … and as such he seeks to think, talk, and re-enact his exploits and accomplishments.
– Man praises – Woman critiques
– Man may spend nearly his entire lifetime without realizing that he has a body – Woman never lets her mind stray very far from the depths of her body-consciousness, where most of her motivations to act tend to originate.
– Man is creature of habit – Woman must have novelty after novelty; sensual stimulation after sensual stimulation
– Man Innovates – Woman Mimics…
– Man is faithful – Woman is fickle…
– Man is an individualist – Woman is a communalist…
– Man tends to take a woman for what she is – Woman tends to take a man to “reform” him…
– Man seeks leisure – Woman Disdains it…
– Man, as a problem-solver has a flexible – Woman, the order-follower is more inflexible…

– Money to a Man represents reward, the results of meditation, time, earnings, toil blood and sweat, to be used sparingly or saved to build; To a Woman, money represents the effects of “feelings” which money can create…
-When control of a situation is lost, Man becomes angry – Woman weeps..
-Tell a Man what to get – Tell a Woman what to give up…

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Again, author G.C Payette states quite frankly …

“… We cannot reason or use logic with a woman, we can only strike a chord in her feelings and try for one strong enough in favor of the action we wish her to take, or in favor of the state we wish her to be in. We cannot talk with a woman in any other language but that which will make he feel. Then when we do, the results are just fantastic…!”

and …

“.. All through the centuries men have (mistakenly) created in their own minds, women in their male image and semblance. Women are not men in part, form, function, mind, essence nor behavior. Women are completely different from men..!

Bravo! Now if only the rest of society would get it, especially the feminized woman. But lets see what the previously mentioned preeminent women in the field of psychoanalysis have to say about their sisters.. and by interference, themselves.

Dr. Gina Lombroso ..

“… Woman functions with what she is made of – her senses, feelings, and computer-like mind. This is the difference. Man functions with his mind and his reasoning. With sex it becomes clearer. When a man has not geared his mind to it, he becomes impotent. When a woman has not been stirred emotionally and physically – she remains frigid… “

Dr. Cleo Dawson …

” Never talk to a woman when she is angry; remember she is feeling, not thinking…!”

Dr. Valerie S. Goldstein…

“.. Instead of masculine pride and will power, women have their own specifically ‘Feminine flaws of sin’ … outgrowths of the basic feminine character-structure suggested by such items as triviality, distractibility, and diffuseness; the lack of an organizing center or focus; dependence on others for one’s own self-definition; tolerance at the expense of standards of excellence, inability to respect the boundaries of privacy; sentimentality; gossipy sociability and a mistrust of reason; in short – non development or negation of self. This specifically feminine dilemma is. in fact, precisely the opposite of the masculinity.

again, Dr. Gina Lombroso…

“… (A) woman will even pit her (own) feelings one against the other..”
We must keep in mind that these professional assessments are now considered blasphemous by today’s social standards. Still the question remain; has feminism effectively disqualified these basic equations of gender by legitimately proving them false; or has it simply suppressed and replaced them with artificial, philosophically based statutory constructs of behavior simply to give credence ( and legitimacy) to its own perverse concepts of reality?

Finally a word from Ms. Olga Silverstein of Vogue magazine commenting on what women say they want…

“… Women don’t want to be dominated and bullied, but neither do they want a man to be a baby. They want him to be a man. And then when he is a man, they don’t like it because he’s too controlling and then they’re afraid of him. They all want heroes, but they want warm, tender loving heroes. Oh what a fantasy they’re in….”

I wish I could share the entire book with you guys. Theres 750 pages of this..

*Updated* 

One more quick excerpt:

… Beloved, most women today have been sorely deprived of the true essence and quality of a fathers love. This has been the basis for much of their insecurities and distrust of men, which are amplified by feminism to promote the dubious ideology of “women’s power through independence.”
For example, a woman’s romantic attachments throughout her life (good or bad) are reflections of how she related to her father as a girl. Researchers have found that women deprived of fathers love ofttimes find it difficult to respond sexually in marriage, or become sexually active very early to compensate for that void of masculine approval and affection. A good book to read on the subject of daughters and their relationships with their fathers is entitled Women and their Fathers: The Sexual and Romantic Impact of the First man in Your Life, by Victoria Secunda. The most interesting thing about this publication is that secunda is a rank and file feminist, which is probably why it hit the stands without undergoing the usual inquisitional scrutiny of the feminist hierarchy. Imagine a book written by a staunch feminist, high-lighting and promoting the virtues and necessitates of a father (a man) in a females life. 

Why it’s positively Orwellian; nothing short of heresy. 

In her work, Second interviews many women from diverse walks of life. Throughout all accounts she shows that women whose fathers were absent in their lives felt insecure and un-grounded; not sure of where they belonged. They were emotionally unavailable, usually having unsatisfying and volatile relationships. They would “test” the men in their lives, constantly focusing on the flaws in them, starting fights, expecting them to walk out at any given moment, while at the same time looking for excuses to walk out on the relationship themselves. They had higher anxiety levels, and were quicker to experience the debilitating symptoms of depression. 

Second’s work is prodigious in scope because it renders absurd the entire feminist notion that “female independence” from the psychological, emotional and intellectual influences of men, is the ultimate key to their freedom, happiness and overall piece of mind. 

On page 212 second describes what could only be construed as the underlying psychological motivations of the “converted” lesbian mind. Of their fatherless experiences she write… 

“,,, It seems that the less masculine attention they get in childhood, the more they’d seem to identify with and imitate men, keeping their feelings hidden, preferring casual teasing and unemotional banter to the intimacies of feminine soul bearing. “

In other words, when a girl is denied her fathers love she may grow up to be more masculine in temperament and behavior. She may grow up to become the very thing she’s been missing, because a loving father solidifies and affirms his little girls feminine identity. If that conditional masculine love is not there, she may compensate by becoming masculine herself. 

It ain’t rocket science. 

Father-daughter love nutures the heterosexual paradigm as well. It confirms a young girls sexual identity. By his love, guidance and gentle masculine attention, a good father helps to build his daughters trust in men, preparing her to recognize and choose a man with the same life affirming, positive qualities as he. 

The opposite of this has been made all too pathertically apparent by those who promote and lead the neb-feminist movement. In an article entitled Feminism Deprives Women of Father’s Love, subtitled Creating Social Dysfunction, Henry Markow PHD (who, from among other authors this premise was researched) qyyotes the words of three of the worlds most influential women of the “new wave” gender feminist era. 

The psychological and emotional consequences of a girl growing into womanhood without the guidance and security of a father’s love are made all-too apparent in the following;

Marilyn French
(Staunch fem-fascist; author: The War Against Women)

“… My father didn’t even exist as a presence in my life.. He didn’t care much about us..” 

Gloria Steinem
(founding member/Icon of today’s new wave – gender feminist movement)

“… My father was living in California; he didn’t ring up but I would get letters from him and saw him maybe once or twice a year…”

Germaine Greer
(as quotes in the book Icons, Saints and Divas: Intimate Conversations with Women Who changed the World, by Susan Mitchell)

“… My father had decided pretty early on that life at home was pretty unbearable…it gave my mother and opportunity to tyrannize the children and enlist their aid to disenfranchise my father completely…” 

And Lastly…”

 

If you can find and grab you a copy of the book. For a direct link click  Amazon or LuLu

Eddie Fews


For dating & social consultation and coaching email me at EddieFews@wayoftheplayer.com 

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