I LOVE AGGRESSIVE WOLVES.
Nothing turns me on more than smell of raw masculinity dripping off a Wolf.
Turns me the FAWK on!
I guess this is why I like athletes and men in power.
I could jump his bones by the way he commands attention and his way with words.
His body language…
Makes me realize why I love Wolves.
BUT… with all that comes with a price.
A price that we Foxes do not see until it is too late.
One where we miss obvious STOP SIGNS because we were looking at all the GREENS.
How do you spot The Controlling Wolf?
The Controlling Wolf is not a bad guy at all.
I actually give him his props.
He has learned the art of being a master manipulator and getting his way when he demands it.
See he KNOWS he is fine and worth it.
So, he preys on Foxes (or other Wolves) who he knows will.
He will be the “Ideal Lover” and show his prey that he is everything they have been looking for.
Dominant. Sexy. and of course, Aggressive.
… that is until he flips the script and has more demands than Mariah Carey at Madison Square Garden.
To spot The Controlling Wolf,
here are FOUR things you should realize first:
- He only wants YOU to reveal your life, but he keeps his secret.
- He TELLS you how the relationship with go without actually TELLING you.
- He makes you chase him; rather than it being a mutual chase.
- They make sure EVERYTHING is on their terms and you MUST agree with it.
You know you are in the wrong territory when you feel like you know NOTHING about this Wolf.
The only thing you know is that SOMETHING is drawing you to him.
That something is usually HIS PIPE and the way you want him to turn. you. out.
BECAUSE YOU KNOW HE CAN!
You are telling him your whole life story and he is keeping his mouth shut.
And I do not know about you, but I do NOT trust people who do that.
Think of it as him gathering information to use against you on a later date.
He will start to know your weaknesses and will have no issue throwing them in your face.
He will also talk down to you like a child and try to pick you apart.
If he bought you things, he will have no qualms in letting you know that he OWNS you.
Baller Wolves tend to be controlling because they have a lot to lose so they have a guard up.
Plus, they are used to getting everything so they think people will bow down for them.
Those are the hardest nutz to bust because usually they are set in their own ways.
The best way to keep this Wolf in check is simply to avoid him once you see the signs.
Or, if you are a Fox who likes a challenge, try to get him outside his comfort zone.
He has a set way of thinking SO you have to subtly try to change him.
Turn “YOU WILL” into “WE WILL”.
You can even try to introduce him to new things he may not have tried before.
But just remember: anything outside of his comfort zone makes him retreat.
The Controlling Wolf’s biggest issue with you: SPEAKING UP and ASKING QUESTIONS.
Letting him know that the rules and regulations he has drawn up are not acceptable.
Again, they are NOT bad guys.
They are just used to people bending over backwards.
(Makes you wonder why the submissive are the ones doing this chasing of the dominant.)
In a nutshell: They are spoiled adult brats that need a good Fox to put them in their place.