Showing posts from February, 2015

Side by side yet far from each other.

Communication is key. Two people can be in the same relationship and yet see it in two different ways.
All may not be as it seems with a man
And some women challenge a man without him even being aware of it.
Different as we may be, who'll dare step out of their comfort zone and risk a relationship when too many things "seem" instead of showing off clearly?
The rewards we find beyond facades are worth while the rik, the time spent. It's hard finding someone to mirror who you trully are. So take a chance, wait, push - go for more! - and treat yourself to a beautiful surprise of finding someone else new underneath what "seems to be..."
Some time ago I started writing a blog because I was really upset and angry and frustrated and vengeful. Like a really ugly fucking package. I was angry at the complete lack of communication of some people. Ok, fine not some people. Men. Which always leads me to the eternal question: how in the hell can we be so different, us, women …

True Love as it Happens.

Will Smith said recently:
"I was a guy who, when I was fifteen my girlfriend cheated on me and I decided that if I was number one, no woman would ever cheat on me. All I have to do is make sure that no one’s ever better than me and I’ll have the love that my heart yearns for."

So what is True Love and what motivates us to find it?
What do we expect it to be like and what are we willing to sacrifice for it?
Are you true to yourself or does the pressure and rules of society influence you when it comes to love?
These are all questions I have asked myself in time. To most I found the answers by trial and error for which I have no regret. Nothing from what a book, a close family member or friend can tell you, ever really makes sense until you don’t experience it yourself. And one thing stands true as far as I’m concerned: true love is difficult. Difficult to find; difficult to control as it is overwhelming; difficult to trust as it is too good to be true. Difficult to live wit…