Sunday, September 21, 2008

Time Flies Like An Arrow

And Fruit Flies like a banana! These are simple truths. When we can accept the simple truths in life, our lives become much easier. My beautiful niece has been visiting over the weekend. While visiting we did a LOT of talking. My Love recommended a book titled "He's Just Not That Into You" by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo. This book is a MUST HAVE handbook for every woman on the dating scene and every woman who is married and every woman who has ever had anything at all to do with any man in her life.

What women need to realize is that they have been living a fantasy for most of their realities. There really is no Cinderella fairy tale ending. Most men are just wanting to get laid. They will do anything they can do get laid and say anything that they think (or know) a woman wants to hear in order to get laid. They will not call the next day. They rarely will put any more into the relationship than they absolutely have to in order to ensure that they will still, at the end of the day, get laid. Women deserve much better than that.

He ain't pretty, he just looks that way. Women need to look for character in their men. Unfortunately, many men in Western culture have been overly indulged and therefore get away with the feeling of entitlement to whatever they want whenever they want it no matter who they may be hurting in the process. These men have not learned how to really be men. They may have man sized bodies, but they are about as mature as the common five year old. So don't hold your breath waiting for him to call, and don't let him into your bank accounts. Don't expect him to want to be with you instead of going to the football game with his buddies. And until he steps up to the plate without encouragement on your part, do not EVER make the mistake of thinking that you are important, because the simple truth is that he is "just not that into you."

Sorry to burst a bunch of bubbles out there. Read the book. You will get it...eventually.

Blessed Be


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