Let me tell you, there’s not one man out there who enjoys having his balls busted by a woman.

And it’s one of the most unappealing traits I think a woman can have.

Women are supposed to be feminine and the opposite of men. They’re not supposed to challenge men non-stop, busting their balls, constantly criticizing them.

There are different degrees of female ball buster, don’t get me wrong.

I’m going to go through some of these degrees, and I’m going to talk about why busting a man’s balls will actually ruin the future of your children. So read on because what you are about to do and about to engage in is something that I think can change the way you see men.

Are You a Jabber?

are you a female ball-busterPersonally, I do not desire relationships based on constant jabbing, constant criticizing; those are exhausting relationships.

How do you feel about your jabbing partner? Have you ever been with a jabber?

There are people in this world who just love to micromanage and constantly criticize other people.

They’ll do it in front of their kids, they’ll do it in front of their friends, family, co-workers, anybody.

They don’t care because for some reason or another, people who have this personality disorder enjoy it. They feel like without controversy there is no passion in a relationship.

They feel the need to constantly criticize their partner. This happens with both sexes.

I see it all the time when I’m out and about. I see men disrespect women in front of an entire group of people.

I see women micromanage and take stabs verbally at a man in front of people. I’ve seen it so many times and I’ve experienced it myself as well.

It’s just about one of the most unhealthy dynamics between partners, and if you have children, you’re basically teaching them the same thing. So if you’re a woman who likes to take potshots at your man or likes to micromanage him, and if you do that in front of your child, your daughter, she will actually become you.

It’s Not Okay to Teach Your Children to Criticize People

Your children watch you; they learn from you. If you have bad manners, if you openly criticize people and take potshots at your partner, your daughter will do the same thing to future boyfriends because that’s what Mommy taught her. Mommy taught her that it’s right to take potshots at a man and micromanage him.

She witnesses it. Even though she sees Dad cringe, she still witnesses your behavior.

And, if you happen to have a boy, if he sees that, well then guess what? He’s going to end up thinking that’s normal, that’s how love works, so he’s going to end up with a woman just like you; a woman that feels the need to take potshots, micromanage, and just ball-bust a man non-stop.

He’ll meet somebody just like you and when he comes home from college or when he comes home in his 20s with his girlfriend, you’ll sit there and you’ll see that he basically found you because that’s what he thinks love is. That’s the problem – he’s going to assume that’s what it’s like to be in love, that it’s okay for the woman to disrespect the man.

You’re going to sit there, looking at your son’s girlfriend, and you’re going to be looking directly into a mirror, at yourself. And for the first time, you’re going to say to yourself, whoa, that woman he’s with is terrible.

You’re going to see how she’s constantly hurting your son and breaking his balls; you’re going to see your son cringe every time she pulls this in front of people, every time she does this.

But the problem is you probably don’t even realize you do it. Sure, men along the way have probably told you you’re a little bit of a ball-buster, but you’ve come up with reasons and excuses saying that’s just the way you are and they don’t understand you.

You’re always turning it on them instead of turning it on yourself and taking full responsibility for your shit and the reason you became that way. You see, you must have learned it from your mother. You must have seen your mother treat men like that, so that’s the way you’ve learned to treat men.

But what happens is if you have kids, you’re showing them that behavior. You’re showing that to them and that’s really sad because it’s going to take them years of relationships, figuring things out, to undo what you’re doing to them.

Don’t Be a Ball Buster

So go a little deeper. If your husband or your boyfriend or anybody else points out that you’re a ball-buster, it’s time you really started ending that behavior. Not only for the sake of your relationships, but because you don’t want to pass on that trait to your children.

And really, only the weak men will put up with that. You’ll never get the strong alpha guy because he’ll just walk out on you. He’ll leave you so fast because he can’t take that kind of behavior anymore.

So, for the sake of having a healthy relationship and teaching your children that a loving relationship should be equal, I strongly suggest that you learn to behave better. Don’t be a ball-buster.