Here I am, once again, in bed with this man after I made what seems like my 585th vow to the Lord to keep my cookie to myself… So I get up, snatch my panties off the floor, feeling empty as he is laying there fulfilled and clueless to the turmoil I am enduring.
The crazy thing is, it’s not even good! It gets the job done, you feel great in the moment but as soon as you release you lose your dignity, a piece of your soul and your promise you made to God.
Why do we constantly settle for what we know is not God ordained? We will bargain and make excuses for any and everything just to say we have somebody. But the real question is, is he worth your ownership?
Half the time, if we be honest with ourselves, we are not in any way ready to receive a man in the first place; let alone Mr. Right! We want a man with an 800 credit score and we are barely touching 500. We want a man that’s eating healthy and all about fitness but we barely squeezing in our jeans and had to replace most of our jeans with leggings LOL! We want him to be an entrepreneur and an innovator but we don’t have any vision and have accepted our little customer service job as an end all-be all, because they have health insurance.
All I am trying to get at, is usually, when you are in a broken state you only attract broken items. That very thing you say you don’t want, will end up right in your life. You will have Joey from up the block, who don’t work, don’t have a car and already got 5 kids by 3 different woman in your bed.
So, when will you say “enough is enough”? When will you recognize your worth? You say you have found Mr. Right, you want to get married and have kids… so why not remove the distraction of sex? Did you know that sex before marriage can and will distort your judgement? It will make you settle for things you wouldn’t have dare considered if you would have been in your right mind. It will tear you down and take you off focus.
Sex, when used inappropriately, has the capability to completely remove your creativity and shift your life off its course to destiny. Why can’t you remove sex from the equation? Are you scared that you won’t have anything in common? Scared you won’t be interesting enough? Nothing to talk about? Or are you just scared that he will only see worth with what’s in-between your legs?
Haven’t you ever been with someone, broke up with them and seen them in a store or on Facebook years later and wondered “what the heck was I thinking”? Probably because you were emotionally unbalanced when selecting this individual or you just didn’t know or respect your worth.
Bottom-line, let’s stop wondering where our panties are. Let us get into a whole place where we are actually able to hear from God and stop making poor choices. No more regrets, No more hurt and no more empty sex.
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