You Can't Fix Crazy: 41 Traits of a Psycho Bitch - EXPLAINED!

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Leilani Anastasia is a passionate Self-Help Author. Recently, she authored the “Warrior” series. In this compelling series, Leilani takes a witty approach to helping partners of Combat Veterans navigate the many obstacles that arise in a PTSD relationship.

She also has an interest in other dynamics of the male/female relationship and will write about them as she finds topics of interest. However, her favorite books that she writes are the "Warrior" series because she feels that they are a way to give back to the Military community for their service.

When she isn’t writing, Leilani Anastasia loves cooking healthy (but still delicious) meals. Avidly interested in all things fitness, she also strives to lead an active lifestyle daily. Additionally, she holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism.


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How can you figure out the crazy? 

Have you ever been on a date and you just feel that the chick is off? Are you currently in a relationship with a girl who all of your friends think is nuts? Do you feel like your love life is like a movie – in the insane asylum? Or are you single and just hoping to avoid the crazy? 

“You Can’t Fix Crazy: 41 Traits of a Psycho Bitch – EXPLAINED” is a must read for anyone who is seeking to find answers to the age old question: why do women act so crazy?

 


Preface

All women are crazy.  I’m sure you’ve heard that little gem of wisdom before.  Me too.  Although I do prescribe to being a woman, I don’t prescribe to being one of the crazy ones.  There are many of my male friends and acquaintances that seem to know a surprisingly increasing number of them though.  They have women that go through their phones.  They have girlfriends that are SUPER JEALOUS and hate every woman that they lay eyes on. They regale me with tales of the “SUPER CRAZY” ex-girlfriend – the one who has left a permanent negative imprint on them!  ​As a female that grew up in a neighborhood of all boys, has worked with primarily males in my twenty-plus years of sales experience and who has SEVERAL guy friends, I have to say that I feel that I am uniquely qualified as a woman to discuss this subject.  I kind of am like a guy at times.  After being in my “manosphere” for all of these years, it seems that I have more male attributes than female in the personality department.  I can take their humor, listen with amusement at their tales of conquests and generally have a good laugh at the things that they say. I’m still not sure if this is a good or bad thing.

Consider me an expert on “locker room” talk although I’ve literally never been in the guy’s locker room.  It’s more because I have been in an all-male work environment for over twenty years and that has kind of made me “one of the guys”.  That’s me, the face of an angel and the mouth of a sailor – thanks to my male cohorts. ​Anyhow, a conversation I had last night with a group of guys prompted my latest exploration into the male/female relationship.  The subject matter was quite obviously: What does it take for a guy to deem his woman as crazy?  Although there are many answers that are undoubtedly correct, let’s explore the most obvious ones.  Together we will take a look into one of life’s most intriguing mysteries – why do women act nuts?  Ready to go for a ride on the crazy train, boys?   I’m sure this is going to be one hell of a journey!


Crazy Bitch

 

The art of being a crazy bitch is well-documented and some women have it down to a science.  There are songs that are made about it.  There are movies that show it in all of its frightening perplexities – think “Fatal Attraction”.  There’s even a term for it that was coined by the Ancient Egyptians.  Hysteria. According to Wikipedia, “hysteria” hails from the Greek word for uterus.  Since only women have uteruses only women can be considered “hysterical”.  Have you ever heard the term “hysterical” to describe a male?  I haven’t either. ​Similarly, the concept of the “crazy woman” is not an invention of today’s society and culture although we are probably the most guilty of documenting this phenomenon through Social Media.  This concept has been described for thousands of years.  Some of our feminist non-friends would say that this is an inaccurate and misogynistic view

of women.  They feel that it is highly insulting and not very flattering to the female race.  I agree that it probably isn’t. However, keying your boyfriend’s car at 2 a.m. because he isn’t answering the phone is an act that deserves to be given an insulting label.  Don’t you agree?  ​As women, we often feel that we are on the short end of the stick when it comes to men’s behavior and the way that we react to it.  However, often it is the action on the behalf of the woman that genuinely invites the negative stereotyping and misogyny that accompanies the stereotyping.  I mean, how can you get caught erasing EVERY female contact in your boyfriend’s phone including his mom and NOT be accused of being crazy?  Sorry girls, that’s just bat-shit nuts! ​Now that we’ve had a very brief and somewhat historical introduction to the concept of the “crazy bitch” and how far back its roots go, let’s explore the actions that woman commit and the things that

they say that make men think they are crazy.  A very cursory search of the Internet will pull up SEVERAL sites that act as warnings for men that illustrate the behaviors of crazy chicks.  There’s tons of articles and blogs dedicated to it.  I’ve compiled the lists, added a few of my own observations and explained them!  Let’s take a look and see what they are.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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