Monday, October 6, 2014
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
I haven't ranted in a while...
You know I love looking out for the ladies when it comes to relationships.
With that being said, ladies never enter into any new relationship when there is residual love dust from a previous relationship.
You never truly stop loving someone just because it's over. Time heals all wounds. When it's over, it needs to truly be over in your heart and in your mind. Never allow the past to handcuff your future and your progress. He is an Ex for a reason.
Those good times never outweighed the bad ones. So stop reminiscing on those times because they will keep you blinded from all the bad he has done.
Your heart should be your priority. If he isn't touching your heart in ways that make you melt, or that allows the queen in you to shine, then he's definitely not the one...
I understand that what one woman wants from a relationship is different than what another woman wants. However, I do believe that being loved the way you want to be should be as important to you as breathing God's air.
Choose him wisely, looks, empty words, good sex, and his money are not acceptable reasons to pick him.
His integrity, character, willingness to allow you to be you without trying to change you (compliment each other) his understanding of you meaning during the courtship you talked about important things in your life past and present.
We've all been conditioned to accept what we get from relationships and what we give to relationships.
CHANGE THAT CONDITION!!!
You know deep down inside what things make you happy. Bring those things to the surface and bury the dead things that have weighed you down.
I love you all...
Do better, accept better, live better and love better!
Sweep up the dust from the past and throw it away
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Saturday, August 9, 2014
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
My question is who determines this?
My answer is as follows: in reference to the meme, the man or woman involved in this relationship have to determine this. If his definition of a good woman is based on who she is completely is one thing, however,he may separate parts of her and that may give him his definition of whether she's good or not.
It could be a younger man that may think that just because the sex was good she may feel she deserves special treatment. So he may not treat her the way she feels she should be.
And that may not be close to what she's thinking.
You may think you're a good person with values and morals, but most people want more. They want someone they can grow with and someone that isn't satisfied by the status quo. The same routine. No goals, no desire to do better, conceded that they are who they're gonna be and this is their destiny. No one should want that, and having morals and values are great, but you will get what you present.
Defining what a good man or good woman is an individual interpretation. What's good for me may not be for someone else.