I’ve never been 100% down with the I’m-good-by-myself-and-I-don’t-need-a-man movement. However, I think that hanging your entire life on the idea that one day you’ll meet someone who fulfills your every want and need and will love you unconditionally forever is incredibly stupid. Notice I said ENTIRE life. We all have dreams and goals and having a significant other is likely to be one of them. I have heard numerous women talk about “him.” How “he” is going to find them and pay for everything, put them in a Benz or a Beamer, and love them. This picture made me laugh but also made me think at the same time. It’s important to know who you are and what you like. That way, if you get screwed over in a relationship and find yourself single again, you won’t have to start from scratch and re-find your identity. Just saying….
I never understand women who are looking for that someone who will complete them. We already are complete darn it.
Yup, but there’s so many situational factors that play into that particular perspective. The “damsel-in-distress” mentality.
I know, it’s too complex to pare down! Followed! You have a good head on your shoulders 🙂
Love this! Very true, I love my husband, but he will never define me, complete me, or be the dictator of my happiness. That is all on me!
I agree! There’s so much more room for disappointment when you make someone responsible for your happiness.
Yep! Know several friends who make their man/spouse/boyfriend their world, get dumped and are so lost afterwards…sad!