According to a philosopher called Peissel, women belong to 4 different character groups:
1. The mothers,
2. The lovers,
3. The warriors,
4. The initiators.
The mothers by predilection accord importance to raising a family, to have children and to raise them. The lovers like to seduce and to live passionate stories. The warriors want to conquer fields that have power, to commit to political causes or ideals. The initiators are women that are interested in the arts, spirituality or healing. They will be excellent muses, teachers, doctors.
For each person, each of these tendencies are developed accordingly. The problem is when a women doesn't find its place in the role that society imposed onto her. If you force lovers to be mothers, or initiators to be warriors, the constraints sometimes generates violent clashes.
For the men there also exists 4 preferential positions:
1. The agriculturalist,
2. The nomads,
3. The founders,
4. The warriors.
In the bible, there is Abel the nomad who is in charge of the herd and Cain the agriculturist in charge of the crops. Cain kills Abel and as punishment God tells him: "You will wonder the earth." Cain is forced to become a nomad even though he is fundamentally agriculturist. He now has to do what he's not made to do. This is what causes him such pain...
The only combination that are likely to generate a stable marriage is "mother/agriculturist". Both of the people wishing to be "immobilized" for a long period of time. All the other combinations can give birth to great passions, but are prone to conflicts after some time. The goal of an accomplished woman is to be a mother, a lover, a warrior, and a initiator. Once this happens one can say that the princess has become a queen. The goal of an accomplished man is to be nomad, founder, warrior and agriculturalist. Once this happens one could say that the prince has become king.
Once an accomplished King meets an accomplished Queen, something magical happens. There is a long-term passion. This is of course extremely rare.