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Why would he want to invite someone in who minimizes him and doesn’t appreciate him.

Other than true masochists, guys who have choice don’t want this.

I have seen men have virtually no opinion that does not echo that of their spouse related to almost anything: decor, child rearing, friendships and restaurants.

Though the man may have some island of influence and even respect, the voice of the woman in the home front becomes a military command, a force to obey, and someone with whom you do not cross swords. They know better, do it better and cannot tolerate their husbands’ less than perfect interventions. Also, women mature into aspects of their own moms, women who had authority in the kitchen and spoke with authority and often self-righteousness on many subjects; food and children; behaviors and children; neighbors and behaviors; good taste, bad taste; good gifts, bad gifts; even world events.

Everyone in the series, perhaps with the exception of the character of David’s former wife Cheryl, has a fairly obscene personality, meant to be so.

But Susie is especially crude, pushy, judgmental and, for those who, as I have mentioned, have the muscle, hysterical.

According to the men, the women are impossible to please, controlling and demanding.

I am bringing them up to highlight that our culture has a huge misconception of what is actually desirable.

Before certain members of the audience accuse me of being a “misogynist” or “degrading to women”… I am not advocating some old-fashioned viewpoint that women should be nice, quiet, agreeable creatures who exist solely to please their husband.

Though the Susie character is often right on with many of her accusations regarding her husband’s clumsy attempts at secrecy and his adolescent cast to pleasure, her methods are bullying, her reactions hellacious and her elbowing into people’s private domains egregious. Though not a shade worse than her male counterparts.

The women I see in my office are not so extreme, and often innocent of intent to bully, intimidate or intrude. Women, raised by women for the most part, have a fairly rigorous template of family life to work from.

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