Damn you Twitter! Damn you Facebook! To hell with all of the social networks that have emerged in the 21st century. Our relationships were getting along just fine before you got here. Love was real and all of you have come along to add unnecessary drama. You create issues that did not previously exist. You give access to our lives for everyone to look at, comment on, and stir up trouble.
Ok so I recently wrote an article 3 Rules To Being Romantic. Though the principles can and should be applied to both sexes, it was geared more towards what men need to do for their women. So my Facebook friend Nancy asked me to discuss what women could do for their man. I felt it was a good topic that should be addressed and there definitely are some things women could learn
There seems to be an epidemic of people who are just plain selfish. Me, me, me is all they care about. They believe the world revolves around them, and everybody else is just a side note. They could care less about what is best for you unless it fits into what they “think” is best for them. Some have this issue on an extreme level and some to a much lesser degree. One way or another
I recently finished reading Steve Harvey’s book “Think Like A Man” and I must admit that it is a good book. I don’t understand why so many people are coming out against him and his book. It spoke a lot of truth and gave some good information. Now there are several key topics that he speaks on that I want to discuss further. I want to give you my direct opinion
A woman meets a man and she finds herself intrigued. They get to know each other and this man is simply everything she could hope for. Great guy, good-looking, and she recognizes a connection exists. She finds herself developing feelings for this man and wanting to be in his presence. She then begins to feel nervous and uncomfortable. How can this man be so great?