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I agree -- all the examples cited in the article made the woman appear as a controlling, whiny bitch.
In all the examples quoted, depending on how you spin it, you could either feel empathy for the man, because he had his head bitten off, or you could feel empathy for the woman, because she was with a man who prioritised a football game over meeting grandma.
It all depends on how you spin it.
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Many parents should play a more active role than is conventionally believed.
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