As Season 4 is set to premiere, I hear that Jersey Shore 5 has a green light and MTV is ready to replace the popular improvisational actors. One of the primary plots of this show involves a tumultuous on and off relationship between the seemingly pristine Sammi Giancola and the rugged Ronnie Magro-Ortiz. With a few of the show’s parallel plot lines (like Nicole and Vinny’s FWB, and Jenni and Roger’s cute domesticating love) coming to a close, I bet that most fans are completely okay with the cast’s departure. Rumor has it that in Italy while shooting season four there was more dramatic antics involved around Sammi and Ronnie that resulted in a fight where Ron hit Mike. Mr. Magro-Ortiz may be a lover and a fighter, but it can be okay, Ms. Giancola here’s what you do:
The cheesy calls to sit on his lap and chin up kisses are all too familiar to me, the kind of PDA that makes people at weddings smile, but makes his siblings want to hurl. Unfortunately, so is the locked jaw look I get when I act indignant with my “What? Are you mad ‘cause I’m standing up to you? Are you double mad ‘cause I’m a girrrl? Are you triple mad ‘cause I got what you want?” attitude. So when I say that I’ve been there, I’ve been there.
If you take any European surname that ends in an A, E, I, O or Z and pull it from a hat, you might not be able to pull out a name that doesn’t have a history passionate men. Whether his name is Lombardi, Lasorda or Torre, there’s nothing like a great managing man.
I’ve observed that a woman can handle a proud masculine man, but it takes being in the know. Strong willed men do cooperate with women, but only when it’s handled with care. You might not be able to change them, but you can find a way to put his machismo to work in your advantage.
If you happen to find yourself in a struggle with how to handle a guy who you love to hate, take notes here. I don’t claim to have all of the answers, but I do have some first-hand experience.
Let’s examine how to handle a guy that you think is attractive, but who is also forward and culturally egotistical. Assuming that we’re talking about guys with relatively safe levels of mental health, a strong personality doesn’t mean that there is no way to live around one. In my book, there are three basic skills that you need to acquire in order to gain some sufficiency in handling a tough guy. Since I’ve put in some of the hard work myself, I’d like to share what a woman can do to improve her life with around these men. I’m not suggesting that any of these ideas will get you married or solve even half of life’s problems in dealing with strong willed people, but these might help:
Keep yourself five steps ahead of the game