Men like to tell women that fairy tales don’t exist. I believe that this happens because women are more prone to wearing their emotional needs on their sleeves. It is easy to walk up to someone and tell them fairytales don’t exist when they have “Looking for my dream man” written on their T-shirt or Stilettos. But we all have our fairytale dreams where we envision our savior coming down and taking away some sort of internal torment. For many they turn to Jesus and say that the savior has already come, we have just to learn from his teachings. Others hope for the future to bring us what we desire.
We sit and dwell and work out all the details so that we don’t miss the opportunity once he presents himself. In every fairy tale there is a discomfort that drives us to want relief. Prolonged exposure to the discomfort makes us externally accepting of the situation but internally scheming for our way out. Unfortunately for us women, men are always a disappointing solution because they don’t honestly provide relief, they provide a distraction that in itself causes more problems.