I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately…well, pondering really. Why do we flock to situations that feel bad when all we want to do is feel good?
For instance, relationships are as beautiful or as painful as we allow them to be. If you believe that relationships suck, they will. If you believe in setting your own boundaries and being optimistic, you’ll attract that into your life.
I’ve learned a few things this week. One, people don’t tell you that they cheat out of the kindness of their hearts. It’s a warning…especially if they blame the other person in the relationship. “He made me cheat” or “She made me do it” are just excuses. Instead of being dishonest, why not just walk away or at least have enough balls to communicate your dissatisfaction. It’s not that hard.
I’m gonna tell you why people cheat. It’s because their childish assholes. Point Blank. Period. It’s not the other person in the relationship’s fault. It’s not Trump’s fault (although he is a known cheater) and it ain’t The Devil. People cheat because the want to cheat. They enjoy being clandestine. It’s fun…until it’s not.
I’m gonna tell why people listen to relationship advice. People take bad advice from actors, gurus, mamas, comedians and well meaning hoteps because they’re desperate. It’s hard out here for a pimp…so, you know it’s hard out there for regular folks. The only person you need to listen to is yourself. You know what to do. Listen to that little voice in your head that says, “Don’t drink the Kool-aid!”. You deserve better.
I’m gonna tell you why people don’t think for themselves. They watch too much gotdamn TV. All of that reality horsehiite is bad for the soul. The FDA should regulate American BS consumption. Just look at this place! Blood is on the streets and we have a horse’s a$$ running this nation into the ground like a whore with a wooden leg.
Now…what have you learned children?
Hopefully, you learned that:
Love is not a game. It’s an adventure.
Self-Respect is not an option.
It’s our birth right.
Asses should follow…not lead.
Excuses are not reasons.
Scott Baio is a broken down Ralph Macchio.
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