“Every girl is just an actress, looking for the right director.”


* Women seem confusing, to themselves and to others. With all manner of contradictions worn so fashionably, its plausible to agree. Yet when you take the whole of the contradictions, and not the pieces, you’ll see that women are by nature actors on a grand stage. A plethora of archetypes.

* From the makeup tricks, the wardrobe obsession, and the deniability between persona and character, if not espionage, women embody an actress in all facets of life. Even relationships.

*She seeks direction, a script she already has, but the manner and direction it is carried out requires a stronger guidance. Nice guys finish last for this and many other reasons. Signs of this burning need are when she will poke around like an inquisitor, asking if you want kids, asking about your other girlfriends and how she ranks among them (past & present), and your thoughts on marriage. This is a lifelong effort.

* As not yet women, playing dress up and house, she began building a fantasy with innocent hands; her knight and shining armor coming to save her. The magical meeting, the first kiss, the wedding and how sweet and spontaneous it all came to completion. The house, the kids, the romance. She has conjured it all and she wants it all.

*In comes you, her potential director. Most actors are a bit theatrical, dramatic, and hard to handle. This is the importance of the director. Keeping the movie flowing, never stagnant, while bringing out the best performance in his actress. Hence why she asks “where is this relationship going?” If you doubted what role she may have for you, and she asks this question, you now know. If none of these questions appear in your dialogue, she doesn’t want to be your actress. You let her run over you, even though YOU are the director.

Just know that for the right director, she has the makeup, the fashion, and the acting skills to be “any girl the director needs. I trust you, and you inspire me” Whore; mother; spy; cheerleader; yours. She is yours because she loves the version of herself that you make her.



Published by Avery

I took my childhood and adult experiences and made it into an entity to learn from. I've helped others steer clear of themselves, and I love to help clients help themselves during our appointments! Set up an appointment at

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