10 Types Of Female Emotional Cripples
Ami Angelowicz & Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 30, 2010
The Damsel In Distress
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The Damsel in Distress: You know this girl. She's tied to the train tracks, the train is coming, and she's screaming, "Save me, save me!" She's looking for a man to rescue her from the perils of life. Whether that means putting money in the bank or opening the peanut butter jar, this girl doesn't want to get her hands dirty with, you know, life; she wants a man to do it for her so she can stay ignorant and blissful.
The Guy She Wants Pushing Her Emotional Wheelchair: She's holding out for a hero at the end of the night. He's gotta be strong, he's gotta be rich, and he's gotta be willing to solve her every problem. Bonus points if the guy happens to get around on a white horse.
Her Wheelchair Needs: To learn how to open her own peanut butter jar and balance her own checkbook. She has to understand that no one can save her or shield her from the hardships of life. She must be self-sufficient and face them on her own.