Starting off our new flair, I wanted to begin posting some quality articles by Ian Ironwood about a selection process for a wife.
A lot of men here have asked me- what do I do if I want to start a family or get married. And our answer- as explained in my MRP Introduction post is the same as our standard disclaimer: You shouldn't get married, at least not legally so.
But what if you want to enter into a LTR partnership like marriage. What if you want to make the commitment outside of the law?
Well that's just what we're going to be discussing under this flair.
Wife Test: An Introduction, and Batshit Crazy
When it comes to proper Wife Selection, the first big issue is, of course, pre-screening. That is, establishing your criteria for what you want in your wife. For this I suggest compiling a list.
Hell, just buy a notebook. You're going to need it.
Think of this as your "wife hunting manual", because it is going to serve as the command-and-control system, the scientific journal, the wish list and the notes section of your journey. And at the very begining, you need to establish your List.
The List encompasses four sections: Must-Haves, Nice-to-Haves, Bonus Points and Dealbreakers. And while your Must-Haves and Nice-to-Haves are going to be much different from every other dude's, there are some issues in the Dealbreaker category that most of us are going to agree are common things to avoid in a woman.
And at the very top of the list of dealbreakers should be Batshit Crazy. It's one of the basic things you need to think about before you even consider cohabitation, let alone buying a ring. Hell, if you smell it early enough, it's usually advisable to avoid Batshit Crazy altogether. Like cocaine, it has a tendancy to be expensive, dramatic, and lead to long-term damage.
So with every potential Mrs. Right you meet, within the first moments of making the realization that yeah, you could tap that for the rest of your life, you need to ask yourself this very, very important question:
Is She Batshit Crazy?
Read the rest here