Why am i dating a loser
In order to have a truly fulfilling relationship (or even start a healthy relationship) with a great guy, you need to come from a place of strength, confidence, and fulfillment.Whenever a relationship goes sour (or fails to launch), it’s almost always caused by some tiny fear, doubt, worry or insecurity that grows and festers until you feel overwhelmed by the whole ordeal. Your fears and worries compel you to confirm whether they’re real or imaginary.You stop enjoying the relationship for what it is and start craving validation and confirmation that it’s “the real deal.” And there’s only one thing that manifests from that place… QUIZ: Are You Accidentally Destroying Your Love Life?These days, people are quick to throw the concept of neediness around without actually looking at what it is.I’ve had some of my female readers complain that the term neediness makes it sound like I’m framing women as weak, fragile, insecure creatures that just cling to men (and stress them out). I think women bring a tremendous strength and power to the table in relationships…
Sometimes, the easiest way to show how awesome and cool a character is is to surround them with others who simply aren't as awesome.Hence, the Straw Loser a character whose main purpose in the plot is to not be "with it", thereby making it all the more obvious just how cool the main character is.Most kinds of media have been known to use the Straw Loser at one point or another, but the character type tends to be most common in media which appeal to the Lowest Common Denominator.The Straw Loser is an especially effective way of making sure that the audience understands who the good guy is in commercials - when you only have half a minute to make a sales pitch, it helps to make sure that the viewer understands how lame the opposition is. A character who may have started off as a mild loser can become a Straw Loser given enough Flanderization.
In extreme cases, this can lead to Misaimed Fandom when the audience winds up with the Straw Loser — or, at least, thinks of the "cool guy" as "too cool for them".This is also a common cause of Strawman Has a Point.Sometimes this character will turn up even when the hero or heroes are be included, even if there is no need to make another character look cool, or the premise simply won't work.Usually it's to make absolutely sure that no one in the audience ends up sympathizing with the loser character.