Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Lately

Lately, I've been in kind of a funk. I haven't been very open-minded or free-thinking when it has come to the females. It seems like, I've been bashing them at every turn. Unfortunately, I have let the way that a few women have been in my past; be the filter in which I look at all females in my future. It isn't fair and it is bordering mean and spiteful. I dig women and i need to begin acting like I do. I am now taking a different attitude towards them. Instead of talking about how women in my past were; I'm gonna start talking about how women in my future will be. It seems that I fell victim to all of the things I blog about. It's difficult to continually look at yourself, knowing that you aren't done becoming a better person by a long shot. I gotta remember Self-improvement is a journey, not a destination. But that's just my opinion though, and who the hell am I?

13 comments:

Stella said...

Mirror Mirror sometimes can be an ugly sight. The reflection we ultimately see can give us bad feelings and unwanted visions.

Although it may be hard, Mirror Mirror is the best image we have to go by; especially when we need to change and break the cycle.

Taking a different attitude towards women would be great as long as you are honest and sincere.

I like how you're speaking things into existance, however, you have to make the first step of change to see women differently.

Only you can break the cycle.

Anonymous said...

Tell me about it.

Anonymous said...

How many WOMEN do you plan on having in your future?

Anonymous said...

I got an appointment book so you can schedule appointments for All Your Women.

You think that will help your attitude?

Crystal said...

What is with the people commenting anonymously? Seriously, if you have something to say then OWN IT.

Kelly Jo said...

I'm with you Crystal, if you can't put your name on it then don't say it!

Anonymous said...

Some people write anonymously because they have already been shamed enough by this man. Trust me sistas I know what I am talking about. The charm, the attention, the friendliness he shows you is just the mask he hides behind. Once you fulfill whatever he needs you for YOU ARE OUT. Then he and his real friends will proceed to make a joke of you. Since "Crystal" and "Kelly Jo" are defending him they must not have been burned yet. Good luck girls, you have obviously fallen for the act. Use a rubber - he's been everywhere. And then we will start a support group when he's through with you too.

Crystal said...

I usually don't reward attention-seeking behavior, but since Anonymous called me out by name, then I feel obligated to respond. Getting "burned" is a part of life. It is something that you learn from and move on. Not something you anonymously whine about and then trash talk others just because you hate yourself. Everyone has been hurt before, you are not special in that regard. I don't know the circumstances that would cause you to feel such loathing for someone, but from my perspective it sounds like a child that didn't get their way. Obviously you felt or wanted something more than what you got in return, so now you are one of the vengeful, complaintive, psycho-stalking women that give the rest of us a bad name. Heads up honey...just like some people eat when they aren't hungry, some people engage in sexual acts when they aren't in love. Maybe you should have talked it over, knew the terms, and thought it through before you did whatever it is you now regret. But that would be how a mature, confident, strong-minded woman would behave. And you, Anonymous, are obviously none of the above. Grow up!

Susan said...

I love how sooooo many women read these over men. And I also love how most of them appear to be wanna-be prospects or exes of the author...I am cracking up at most of you. Especially the anonymous ones that we know exactly who you are! Too funny! I really enjoy the ones by the person that is obviously in love with the author and the author doesn't get it....
Anyhow, peace to the author, props to crystal, and prayers to the bitter commentor!

Adria said...

Crystal I absolutely positively agree with you!
To the grudge holder: The blog author couldn't have done you too wrong, your still hear reading his words, his thoughts and his opinions. Insulting the blogger via his comment section isn't accomplishing what you want it to. Actually its doing the opposite, you're the one looking stupid, not him. His real friends that follow this blog could care less what goes on in his PERSONAL life, because its just that, PERSONAL. And another thing, you just did more disrespect to yourself than the author anyway, while you may have left your name anonymous, you'll think about what you wrote later and realize how ridiculous it sounded, and only you have that to think about. Oh and you should always be practicing safe sex anyway when you obviously aren't sure if you in a monogamous relationship. I hope that your poor taste does deter the author from future insights.
One last thing, B, Twilight, Mike, whoever else, could some of the authors male friends start to comment on these blogs? It's starting to sound like a bad episode of Maury Povich on here!

Adria said...

does NOT deter the author, i meant...

Stella said...

I agree 100%. I've been following this blog for a long time and over the past months it seems to have gone sour due to bashing from Anonymous bloggers. Even sexual comments have been done under Anonymous and if you have something that strong why do you have to say it Anonymously?

Blogging should be fun, filled with tons of intelligent opinions and free from disrespect and hate.

Personally, I feel the blogger needs to block Anonymous comments. If a persons needs to bash or vent at least leave your name.

Maybe blocking will eliminate all this dumb ass krap.

Stella said...

One other thing.

Ladies, keep in mind that who ever this person is; she is hurting. FWhatever has happend she is hurting. I'm a woman who deals with abused women and you can tell she is hurting for whatever reason.

We all have been there at one point and time. Some of us may be there right now, I've been there many of times myself.

Ladies, look beyond what you are reading and see this person as a woman who hurts. I can relate to her and understand how she feels and sometimes its not easy to get over hurting. Some may not be as strong as others.

p.s. and NO it's not me.

 
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