Expectations of a Woman
Women, please understand that WE are the pinnacle of life. Throughout history, women were place on a pedestal, men fought each other for our attention and love....
Now, what the hell has happened to us?
We parade ourselves like cheap ornaments and chase after well-to-do men who may or may not be married, and get easily sensitive when we don't feel good enough.
**Even, I'm not void of snapping a few "thirst trap" pictures here and there.
YOU WERE BORN GOOD ENOUGH!
It may not seem obvious in my posts but, I am a very reserved and conservative woman.
I believe a woman should take pride in her deliverance to the world and not showcase herself in a way that may cause doubt...then again, any way we behave will incite critics for all angles.
I won't throw myself at a man simply because he buys me a drink or give me a compliments. To be honest, I get a little uncomfortable when a man offers to buy me a drink...What is his motive? What does he want in return? How often does he do this? What are his intentions?...I admit that it is not great to think this way but, this is what the social scene has become for singles...or people who portray being single...<< Yall ain't shit and some of you are my friends but, you still ain't shit.
Almost every time I go to a happy hour or just swing through one of my favorite bars, there is a man or two willing to buy me endless drink and overload me with compliments. It is endearing and sweet BUT, where is this going? Especially, since I did not come out to find a lover. So, I listen and add to the conversation but, I keep it very casual, although, at least I think I do. I don't just bat my eyes and ask for another drink or how much is in his 401K. No, I ask how his day was, give praises to his accomplishments, inquire how he made his way to this bar, and wish him safe travels home. This has become my basic dialogue with men. Some of them try to derail me and talk about continuing the night, No sir, it was nice to meet you, have a good night.
Remember, men will be men among men...mainly foolish and stupid. I'm sorry fellas, I love you guys but, we know the truth. It is our right as women to know better, behave better, deliver better, expect better, and just BE BETTER.
Now when starting a new relationship...
I do not believe a woman should make compromises early on when meeting a man. Once you make the first life adjustment for him, he'll expect you to continue to make more adjustments catering to him without him doing much in return. No, no, no...if we are going to be serious with one another then my changes will need to equal your changes; whatever change we feel is necessary and conducive to our relationship.
I also do not believe a woman should share her relationship details with everyone. It ain't official if it's not on Facebook! << You can keep that feeble thinking away from me. I've seen so many people on my timeline share just a little too much about their personal life and then all of a sudden, the relationship disappears. It is great to be proud of who you are with and it is also great to share your happiness with a few pictures or comments here and there but, keep in mind, many people disguise their negativity with empty praise.
Keep your personal business to a minimum. We don't need to know why you're arguing, or why you are upset because you let him use your car and now he hasn't come home in two days, or that he does not contribute to any of your bills but, he's always in your house. << YES, for some reason women still treat grown men like their sons, taking care of them, catering to their needs and getting little appreciation in return. My son has no idea how pampered he is. While dropping him off a school the other morning, he demanded I go to McDonald's and get him food before I pick him up at the end of the day. He also requested I put his tablet in my bag and not to touch it.
You want to be a good woman, GREAT, you want o show him you can maintain a relationship, manage a home, and conduct business, AWESOME but, be a good woman to a DESERVING MAN. Otherwise, just be his friend with set limitations of your willingness and support; add on as he adds on...value.
Many times you can prove to a man that you are a good woman without doing the most for him. My intentions for my future husband will not be much different from my intentions for my friends, and that is to support, uplift, motivate, and love them...of course, my husband's benefits will be on a different level...but still, it is the same basis formula.
Ladies, NO, just NO!