Separating the men from the boys is a frequently used adage which holds no greater credibility than in the contemporary digital age realm and ever-changing society in which we live today. Single millennial women often famously cite that the most desirable men in the world are either homosexual or happily married, which often creates a defeatist mindset in millennial women in being unmarried, unhappy or left looking for the greater answers to life’s ever-problematic questions. Where do women go to find a so-called gentleman and where does the dying breed of honourable men go to discover the ideal woman?
The adage of blood is thicker than water holds merely equal balance in credibility and hypocrisy. Adage aside, it is simply by no means of an accident that our own family members are essentially a part – majorly and miniscule – of our lives by default, notwithstanding the moral grounds if we do not remotely communicate effectually on a regular basis with those individuals. By all intents and purposes, we have no option to choose our immediate family members. Accepting them or ostracizing them is another story which bears the weight of the world. However, we can indeed select our friends and choice of partner. A plethora of our friends in our own social circle often become significantly more trustworthy than our own family members, whilst even becoming extended family to us over a period of time.
Making the right connections with individuals is extremely vital in life, whether it is on a personal or professional front. Truth be told, we often foster the cliched notion of quantity over quality, which in turn sees us leaving our valued integrity at the front door and inviting relative beautiful strangers into our own lives. Popularity in itself has been preached as a mythical synonym for coolness, whilst we remotely undertake drastic measures to become more remotely accepted in our lives without the principles of our own happiness being touched upon.
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Within society it is deemed advantageous and morally acceptable to have a significantly larger social circle, whether in actuality or via social media. We often sacrifice our own happiness, integrity and privacy in life to acquiesce in befriending yet another individual whom we place our invested trust in. Some individuals have deeper seated trust issues and acceptance tendancies than others given that is how human nature operates. “I’d rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not” Kurt Cobain once stated. In essense, we often place our own happiness in others hands then invariably question our conscious as to why we are unhappy thereafter. Reading between the lines rather than judging that individuals purpose, intentions and values prior to letting them in your life is paramount. Continue Reading
A friend is somebody who will be there for you in any given scenario. They will not pass judgment on you given whatever circumstances may be transpiring in your life at present, whilst providing honest feedback to you whether this relates to life, relationships or your career. What is a friend?
A friend will inform you about anything without fear of reprimandation, without acclimating to tendencies of pretending to be something that they are clearly not. A friend will contact you regularly or meet with you to catch up on the recent events in your life. What is a friend?
Why are women unfairly depicted as promiscuous and flirtatious when pictured and seen with a friend whose male? Why are men branded unfaithful and devious when pictured and seen with another female? The term more than just friends is not applicable. There are vigilant women and men worldwide who feel borderline threatened and jealous when their man or woman is in the company of the opposite sex. It’s human nature.
Each year, millions of us treat our significant other to a romantic gift on Valentine’s Day. It’s the one time of year card shops and florists look forward to the most, as consumers spend so much money on their girlfriends, boyfriends, wives and husbands.