Let’s set the stage, dear friends. We live in a world where men are energy givers, women energy receivers. Sounds simple, right? But oh, what a tangled web we weave when the energy exchange goes haywire! So, grab your cup of joe or that glass of chardonnay, and let’s dive into this juicy bit of controversy.
Now, I’ve heard whispers about my previous posts, about them burdening the fairer sex with the brunt of the relationship responsibility. Guilty as charged, darlings! You see, men, bless our competitive hearts, we're destined to release, and women, by their very nature, are destined to receive.
Imagine the energy as water, your hearts as buckets. Men will pour into your bucket – be it love, frustration, admiration, or annoyance. You, ladies, have to decide how much of it you wish to carry. Now here comes the catch – the size of your bucket and what you allow to fill it. You get to be the gatekeepers of your emotional realm. Ain’t that a kicker?
Picture this: it’s game day, and you, my lovely lady, have no interest in the sport. You disrupt his focus, he’s frustrated, and voila, your bucket gets a dose of 'regular' energy. Now both of you are livid! He’s off to work the next day, grumbling about wanting a wife who lets him watch the game.
Enter stage right: the charming co-worker who loves sports. Suddenly, he's tempted by a different 80%. This endless cycle can carry on until break-ups or divorce, only to realize, we men started this problem!
And so, ladies, to avoid any more heartache, you decided to become "independent". You threw a brick in your bucket, ensuring it would never overflow. You put up walls, branding it as being 'comfortably single'. And somewhere along this journey, you lost the ability to subtly suggest, to softly guide.
But here’s a funny thing about being an "independent" woman – you can accumulate wealth and material comforts, but when your maternal instinct kicks in, you’re back in the receiving end, yearning for the warmth of sexual energy.
Your directness, a trait that made you a boss in the first place, can excite us men. However, it can also lead to an unintended release of sexual energy before love, creating confusion and misunderstandings.
See, my friends, the confidence gap is the real villain here. We, men, need the courage to stay, to believe that we’re chosen for something more than just sexual energy. And you, ladies, need the faith to let us stay, to guide us subtly, to help us understand what you truly desire.
At the end of the day, all I’m saying is let’s play the game fairly. Let’s understand the power we hold over each other’s buckets and fill them with love, understanding, and respect.
As always, be fabulously selfish. Revel in your happiness, and let others witness the magic.
Remember, “If you can’t see your success, change your vantage point.”