THE MISUNDERSTOOD SOCIAL WORKER
|Posted on March 30, 2014 at 7:55 PM|
If you're single, and longing for companionship, don't allow that desire to overtake, and supersede your logic!
Often times, manning your own Ship can be hard, boring, dry, and tiresome. Couple that, with children, or the demands of work, paying bills, or just plain ol', surviving; anyone can become overwhelmed!, And develop a THIRST to either share their problems with someone, release the tensions of being single, or even to be physically stimulated! ALL of the above, are normal feelings! And as Human Beings, we innately long for these things... But, don't be desperate trying to attain those things!
Dont, find yourself settling for someone whose unwilling to settle for you!
Don't, willingly put up with a person who cannot fully commit to you emotionally & physically!
Don't, deal with someone whose dealing with a failing marriage, or relationship; but, promises you an eventual future.
Don't, compromise your body sexually (of course protected), without having clear understanding that this person is your romantic partner!
Dont, be fooled by foolish promises, from a fool whose fooled you frequently!
Dont, lie to yourself about his or her lies! Eventually, those lies will begin to take on separate lies of their own; resulting in a much bigger lie!
IN ALL, Don't, add someone else's drama to your ship, in your quest for companionship!
Finally, be honest with your true feelings and desires to be with someone! Don't over think the, "why", but accept your truth of wanting love & companionship! Understand, Great Things take time, and rushing will result in that love quickly wasting! Learn to be patient with the coming of love... and I know, it's bothersome and lonely at times; but, I'd rather wait for something GREAT, than settle for something that's just "good"...
And begin to, LOVE ON YOU! HARD & LONG & GOOD!!!! Loving yourself first, will help you understand what, TRUE LOVE feels like! So, when dealing with someone else, you'll know how to weigh LOVE's TRUENESS! -THE MISUNDERSTOOD SOCIAL WORKER-
© 2014, Joseph D. Williams