Talking to the opposite sex can be like talking to a wall, but if you know what form of English they speak, you will be able to have a full on conversation without wanting to pull your hair out (yes, its possible). One of my favorite lines from a book I read was "women think men are hairy women and men think women are over-emotional men"- Alison Armstrong. This is just not true! Men have a completely different mindset than women do and that's why it seems so difficult to talk to them. Men have a single-minded mindset. Once they set there mind to do something, come hell or high water they will do it, and finish it! Where as women can multitask and have eight different things going on at once, we are truly like a human octopus. Now pay attention to this one, men don't criticize everything about women..... they just don't! They love us for what and who we are, and as long as we learn to speak men-glish they are all ours. So if this is true why have we been told that we need to be either stick-thin or have a Kim Kardashian figure to even begin to attract a man? Where did this idea come from? Did women start this detrimental rumor, or did the truth just get lost in translation?
Not to bash popular girls in high school, but what the hell is the hype about them? Why do people want to be in the popular girl group? Most importantly, why the hell do all the guys fall for them? Is it because they know they will get what they want with them? We all know that the majority of popular girls now-a-days aren't half as decent as the popular girls in the movies. The only reason why they are popular is because they are snooty,and easy. So if its not the looks and definitely not the personality why the hell date them? When it comes to popularity is it only about the hype?
To stay sane,do we have to enjoy our lives by disconnecting from others? If someone else's life is in shambles you want to help them as much as possible; but at the end of the day do we have to still disconnect to make sure ours doesn't end up in shambles also? Is this a time to be a bit self centered or selfless?
As I watched the tragedy start
I couldn't help but cry,
not from my eyes,
those stopped seeing things truly
and reacting to lies
Is there a line when it comes to self worth. A line that you shouldn't travel over unless you want to seem like an overly confident snob, otherwise known as being conceited. If there is a line, where is it? There is always talk about how guys find it sexy when a woman has confidence, but on the contrary its an issue if you only talk about yourself. Coincidence, I think not. Now to many it may seem like common sense to not only talk about yourself if you want a lasting relationship. So to them its a no brainer, just be polite and converse with the other person and you wont be conceited. But when you get down to the nitty gritty of everything in a conversation it can become more difficult. Is it ok to be conceited as long as your confident?
Do you ever feel stuck between wanting to have someone break down the wall you have built and wishing you had no wall at all? The feeling of being able to go out and have fun and not be so guarded all the time. You act as if every decision you make is going to make or break your life. As if you could screw it up, but life doesn't have rules and love doesn't have boundaries. But if love doesn't have boundaries why do we create one? Because for some people not being in control of things is scary, especially love, so they would rather control who gets to have there affection, so they build a wall. The unknown can be scary as hell, but so is living alone.
Take pride in how far you have come and have faith in how far you can go