Who and what do you trust?
Look to a dictionary definition of trust and you'll find something that says:
"a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something
Relationships are hard work. We all know that. It’s fun and exciting when it all begins, you fall in love, and you make a commitment. But the day-to-day hassles of life can easily take their toll.
It has been defined by some as "a disease of civilization" and while I understand that viewing point, I would say it is a disease that is incubated in the colonized civilizations.
My main purpose of writing anything that I write and in the way that I do today is to be able to visit myself, to possibly feel things that I had not felt, or to give space to emotions that I had swept under the rug as I also try to hold your hand (the reader) to take this journey with me, to find yourself in my story as I find myself in yours through our similar life experiences, and perhaps smile at the thought of "Hey, I thought I was the only one." As long as we let honesty be our guide.
I have a friend who just split up with her boyfriend. They have been together for two years with on and off almost every month I guess. I have lost count to be honest.
If you don't know the man, then you should know the man.
Maybe fuck yourself.
I'll leave that for you to decide.
Father's Day is just around the corner and I'm sure you've all seen those posts about getting the perfect Father's Day present. But, what about those people who don't have a father to appreciate on Father's Day? Well, That's what I am here to talk about today. Here's to everyone without a father on Father's Day.
It doesn't matter whether you're a man married to a woman, or a woman married to a woman, there are some things you should never say to your wife. For two reasons, one because it's rude and mean and two, you will start an argument that is quite frankly just not worth it.
People talk a lot about "the one" and how you "just know" if it's right, and all those other clichés. But sometimes you don't, sometimes you get it wrong because you're a human being! Sometimes you think that someone might be the one, but it turns out they weren't, and sometimes you don't realize someone was the one until it is too late. But there are ways to tell whether someone is for keeps, or if they're just for now.
We are all actors in our lives, taking up different roles and characters depending on circumstances. You are definitely not the same person in front of your bosses, with your friends and when you are lying in your bed alone at night.
In keeping with one of my more popular posts, What We Need to Hear: Friends & Family Guide to PMDD, it only goes to follow that there are some things that friends and family who want to be supportive of a woman with PMDD should NEVER say, first out of compassion, and secondly out of self-preservation!
Let's face it: dating is hard. Since the advent of social media and instant gratification, however, finding a mate that stays interested in you for more than five minutes, much less for a lifetime, seems to have become close to impossible.