Joined: Dec 2008
|I've been really annoyed within the past couple days. And this my be very opinionated, so that's my fore-warning.|
It's recently been all over my dash on Tumblr and even with some of my friends that they cannot and will not survive without a male relationship in their life. Not friendship, a real solid boyfriend/girlfriend type deal. I'm not trying to be rude or assume anything of anyone, but I just want to understand why it is that people feel they cannot live without having a boyfriend. Is it completely necessary to rely all of your emotions onto someone else? If things don't work out, why is the option you face yourself with is suicide? You have to have things to live for and they will always trump the 'man' that was in your life. Do you know how many people walk this earth, those are the people you have a chance on getting to know, and finding true love. I've helped maybe a dozen people with them helping themselves with depression and suicide. I've taken them to treatments, been there to listen, I've been there every step of the way. I know what it's like to see someone suffer like that. And for a person to tell the world that they will kill themselves over a guy not being with them, is so sickening to me. To see what someone goes through, the pain behind it all; it really is a last resort. But when someone says that they will kill themselves over a boy, is their first option. They haven't shown anything to the other. It just seems like a call for attention (in the certain cases where I personally know them). I don't understand it. If someone would please just try to talk about it, personally; then maybe I can change my mind. I'm really open to this all. I just don't get why a boyfriend is that important that you would leave your own life for them.
|I'll be completely honest and I'm not afraid to say that the greatest thing life ever could've been for me was a love story.|
Adam and Eve reuniting within a paradise that they could share their love together.
A man for every woman and a woman for every man.
At the early age of five I wanted life to be a love story.
Instead, what I got was a comedy horror about an asylum and a lesson in Brain Science.
If there ever is a perfect place of love and beauty, I would love to settle into it with an female equal to turn to and look for and hold and for her to look out for and hold me.
I do have a very good partner but our story is more of trials, tribulations and survival within a rat race and that distracts from any sort of romantic fantasy adventure that would swoon the hearts of theater goers.
The problem is, here, in this life, people are learning how to manage themselves and you can not have a successful relationship until both you and your partner have both learned how to manage yourselves.
So it's not to give up on the dream of finding the second half of your heart but it is to be extremely methodical, careful and slow about the selection process and during your younger years focusing on all efforts on your ability to be self sufficient so that your not as nakedly dependent on partners whom could, very well, not work out and abandon ship.
If there is a god, I believe the whole intention behind life is the love, compassion and company of man and woman in each others arms (or woman and woman or man and man depending on the circumstances).
But I also think there is a lot of butt kicking and bulls*** we have to go through in order to successfully find and settle down with our prince or princess.
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