Monday, June 18, 2012

In Love and War

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Should love include war? Loving someone shouldn't come with a battle. It should be hard to be with someone. If it was meant to be, then it should run smooth as a river flows in the dawn of day. However, the way things are going now, many people tend to believe you can't have one without the other. But, I'm here to say you can have one without the other. Love doesn't have to be a struggle. You shouldn't have to beg the person who says they love you to respect you as woman. To treat you like their women. To be everything you need and not seek outside attention. No one should have to sit alone crying because they feel alone even thought they're in a "relationship." That is not a relationship. That is something of convenience for the other person. Whether it be financially, sexually, or emotionally. There is something of convenience making that person stay where they clearly do not want to be. When someone love you they are in it all the way. You won't have to say anything for that person to know that you are in need. You won't have to beg for their time. You won't have to constantly remind that person they aren't doing the things a man should do when he loves a woman. Love does not include War. So, instead of making War...When you are truly in it all the way...MAKE LOVE!

3 comments:

  1. I'm conflicted with this post. When love is produced there is always some underlining aspect of war. Mars vs Venus. Only because women say men don't understand them and men love to say women are too complex for they're simple minds! Lol

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  2. You're right, men love to use the simplicity approach and women love to break everything down. This is where all the conflict arises. The question is, where is the compromise? Should women become more simple creatures or men think more?

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  3. I'll tell you what, my last "relationship" was all war and NO love honey.

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