AlicornSpell

Users
  • Content Count

    167
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

63 Brohoofs

Recent Profile Visitors

2314 profile views

4 Followers

About AlicornSpell

  • Rank
    Parasprite
  • Birthday
  1. Thank you. And just to let you know, most of the stuff written in my first post on this page are only stuff that I heard on the internet. So they are not official statements at all, since I don't know if they are true or not.
  2. Well those are things that I read on the internet, so they may be stereotypes (which I am not sure). So I am not sure if those things are true or not.
  3. How do men and women romantically bond with each other? THESE ARE THINGS I HAVE READ ONLINE: I heard that generally, women are even more social than men are. After something bad happens, a woman quickly rushes to talk to all of her female friends to get support, whereas a male can isolate himself and grief alone. I also heard that women tend to be more emotional and caring and empathic and compassionate and affectionate and outward than men are, and thus bond more with other women in a special way that they can’t with men. Men, on the other hand, are not that emotional, and thus can’t bond with other men in a special way. I also heard that women are more comfortable being around with other women than they are with men. They have a type of bond that usually men with women won’t really have, or with men and men. I also heard that women are very unique creatures, and women feel a lot safer in general with other women than they do with men if either is alone with each other, and it is easier for women to trust other women more than it is to trust a man. I also heard that women are very sociable with each other, so if something goes wrong, they like to speak about it to each other. This is a way to develop trust among women. Women often relate their problems with other women, which makes them feel more connected in a way. I also heard that most daughters have a very strong bond with their mother, while they don’t have one with their father. And that sons don’t have that strong of a bond with neither their mother nor their father. I also heard that the bond that two females have with each other is the strongest bond of them all, and that's one of the reasons why sayings like “girls always have to stick together” exist. And I also heard that the friendship of males and females can hardly be as good as a female to a female relationship from a woman’s point of view. So if those things are true (which I am not sure at all), then how can a man and woman have a special strong type of bond with each other if women have a special strong type of bond with each other while men don’t have one with each other? Also, men and women are both mentally and physically different from each other (which is true), but would that at all effect the bonding between a male and female?
  4. No offense, but your dad seems like he's being very immature about it. The way that he is acting is very unnecessary and extreme.
  5. Most fathers do seem to hate it whenever their daughter starts dating guys. So it seems that most fathers don't want their daughter to ever find love.
  6. I always wanted Jeremy Sumpter (the actor who plays Peter Pan in the 2003 Peter Pan movie) and Rachel Hurd-Wood (the actress who plays Wendy Darling in the 2003 Peter Pan movie) to fall in love with each other and become a couple in real life. I was upset when I found out that they never became a couple, and that Rachel Hurd-Wood is now married to another man and now has a kid with him. It's true that Jeremy Sumpter did have a crush on Rachel Hurd-Wood, but I also heard that Rachel Hurd-Wood didn't feel the same way about him. There was a rumor that they did date each other at some point after the 2003 Peter Pan movie was released, but I don't think that rumor is true.
  7. Meat isn't good for you at all, and a lot of animals have to suffer in farms as a result of them becoming food. In my opinion, I think eating meat is wrong, but that's just my opinion. This YouTube video shows that the world would be a better place if all humans stopped eating meat:
  8. According to these 4 websites https://www.moms.com/mom-daughter-bonds/ https://www.scarymommy.com/mother-daughter-bond-study/ https://www.herfamily.ie/parenthood/mother-daughter-bond-stronger-relations-289544 https://aleteia.org/2018/03/16/this-is-why-the-mother-daughter-bond-is-the-strongest/ the bond between a mother and her daughter is a lot stronger than the bond between a father and his son is and the bond between a mother and her daughter is a lot stronger than the bond between a mother and her son is. The websites also try to explain why the mother/daughter bond is the strongest bond out of the parent/child bonds. I am personally not sure if those supposedly facts from those websites are true or not.