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@AFTSOV A) do you even know he's an ex?
B) what exactly are your expectations here? That she never says a word to another man ever again? That's incredibly unrealistic.
C) disrespectful would be if she ran to him and jumped into his arms. A basic "hey, how've you been?" is just manners.
I believed that according to the red pill, that if a woman goes to say hi / hug another man, then she is not yours, it's just your turn, she's a hoe whore, and she doesn't respect you as a man
Maybe according to a few idiots who take these things to ridiculous extremes and can't function in the real world.
The only part of that paragraph that's true is "she is not yours, it's just your turn". Everything else is insanity.
Does she chat with them every day? Are they texting buddies? Do they stay in touch via Facebook or other social media? Do they stay in touch at all?
If so, then THAT is disrespectful.
Running into each other in public and saying "hey, how's it going?" is just being civil and having manners.Read More
Basic manners and civility are disrespectful?
This is exactly why I asked the question. What I'm about to say is completely without irony. It's literally my thought process, so, have some mercy.
I believed that according to the red pill, that if a woman goes to say hi / hug another man, then she is not yours, it's just your turn, she's a hoe whore, and she doesn't respect you as a man.
That's why I wondered, was what happened just basic civilized manners, or was it red pill disrespect?
That's what I want to know, from guys who came around before the internet (no offense, genuine inquiry) because with the internet, I am half-way convinced to keep the bitch locked up in my house to prevent situations like this from occuring.
We both joined the company at the same time, we are both new there I am not sure of her past career
If you already can tell she's difficult to work with then supervisors and managers are likely aware. Have you taken your concerns up with them yet?