clearly the lesson here is never trust women.
Lilith is described as refusing to assume a subservient role to Adam during sexual intercourse and deserts him ("She said, 'I will not lie below,' and he said, 'I will not lie beneath you, but only on top. For you are fit only to be in the bottom position, while I am to be the superior one.'"). Lilith then went on to mate with Asmodai and various other demons she found beside the Red Sea, creating countless lilin. Adam urged God to bring Lilith back, so three angels were dispatched after her. When the angels, Senoy, Sansenoy, and Semangelof, made threats to kill one hundred of Lilith's demonic children for each day she stayed away, she countered that she would prey eternally upon the descendants of Adam and Eve, who could be saved only by invoking the names of the three angels, and did not return to Adam.
in Norse the coming of women destorys the happiness of the Gods of Asgard
Where in the bible is that?
it's hard to get a full version in English.
In any case, however bad women have it, you really have to pity any women who happens to be a step-mother. Those poor women really have it bad in myths and legends. They're like evil squared. Maybe it's a representation of man's fear of women to the power of the whole mother complex.
Where exactly is that, other than in the Children of Lír and various fairy tales
Lilith, my understanding is that, according to some apocryphal texts, she was the first person created by God.
There are a lot of foster mothers, though, and most are quite benevolent.