Become Your Own Bliss

Acting Like a Lady, Feeling Like a Woman, and Thinking Like a Man

I know so many women who follow around men they fancy.  I don't get it.  Should it not be the other way around?  Now, I am no expert of any sort on the matter, but I do know that when a man wants something, whether it be an object, or an object of his lust/affection, he will go to many lengths go get what he wants.  That is just how men are programmed.  In having said that, there is a moment in which he will get tired, or will find another new, shiny object to occupy his obsession.  Ladies don't need to chase.  Of course he'll give in to you, you're making it too easy for him to refuse.  That isn't a compliment.  It isn't an insult, either.

Men are simple creatures.  Crazy, but simple.  If you want to keep him happy, you feed him, and share yourself with him.  That does not mean he will stay around, but hopefully you can eat with him, and you enjoy his intimacy.  Sounds like a win/win situation, if you ask me.  Emotions come flooding and will take over only if I allow them to.  I believe it's irresponsible to think that I have no control over the emotions I allow myself to feel.  I also have the choice to feel them, then let them go.

There is too much pressure in this society to be something to someone, and as a woman of modern times, I am constantly reminded that if I play my cards right, I will be everything to one person.  I am not OK with that notion.  I don't believe it exists.  I am not naive enough to think that I have everything one man wants in my 5'5" 115-lb frame.  I believe that every person in my life, whether he/she is in my past or present, as been in my life in order to serve me a purpose.  I have learned a lesson from everyone whom I've known or spoken to, then when the time comes, I either let them go, or hold on to them.  I don't need to be surrounded by people who kiss my ass in order to make me feel like a competent, good human being.  I am a little fish swimming against the tide in the sense that most people feel they need people in order to be well.  Sure, I adore my family, and my very few, close friends, but during my crises, I was left to my own devices, and I wouldn't have had it any other way.  I feel it to be unfair to imagine that one person can fix all that ails me in this world.

In order to properly love another soul in this world, we must first and foremostly, love OURSELVES.


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