Suferiority: Why we cannot correct our boyfriends THOUGH WE BE CORRECT

Posted by Lizzie on 01/28/12

suferiority

(suh-feer-ee-OR-ih-tee), n.

1. Too insecure to believe one is correct. “Crippled by suferiority, Anne could not tell her date that Warren Beatty was, in fact, in ‘Splendor in the Grass.’” See also: Discurse(to wince at others’ errors).

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  1. I did not suffer from this when I had a boyfriend. If he was wrong, I would say something, because I trusted him to do the same for me. Who wants to go around saying wrong things?

    Also, I no longer have a boyfriend. I know that correlation does not equal causality, but still…related???

    Comment by Nicole — 1/28/2012 @ 1:48 pm

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