Shifting attitude to women

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He was lonely. But his loneliness wouldn't have been enough to change how he acts towards women in general. He maybe desperate for companionship, and it may factor in for his change of behavior. But I think his changes were mainly due to the growth in his character as a human being.

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Maybe a little of both. I want to think the best of him and say that he grew some compassion, but with how manipulative and egotistical he was, I'm not so sure he had evolved that much.

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Namaste23 wrote:
22 Mar 2020, 06:39
Maybe a little of both. I want to think the best of him and say that he grew some compassion, but with how manipulative and egotistical he was, I'm not so sure he had evolved that much.
This fully voices my thoughts!!

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