PARTNA let ME upgrade you.
Hello World … The Doctor is in …
Life is about growth; hence the relationships you encounter and engage in should promote your growth. THUS IT IRRITATES MY SOUL WHEN I ENCOUNTER A MAN WHOSE EX GIRLFRIEND HAS NOT EVOKED ANY TYPE OF GROWTH AND OR PROGRESS. WHAT IN THE HELL WAS YOUR RELATIONSHIP BASED ON? ARE WE STILL 5YEARS OLD IN A SANDBOX? OR WERE YOU JUST A BASIC BROAD? I MEAN DAMN.
Every guy I have ever dated has been pretty much groomed by their past girlfriends, little habits that they do because they are embedded into the memory. However recently I’ve noticed that some females drop the ball. Now as a girlfriend it is NOT your job to serve as any man’s mother, wife (until propose to), provider and etc. BUT you are suppose to make you man into a suitable mate for others after you (if your relationship ends). This deed is reciprocal; your ex’s is or was supposed to contribute to the betterment of you in another relationship. Truthfully speaking, my ex contributed to the being I am today. The weaknesses I harbored during out relationship are things that I have or that I am working on in a new relationship to make sure that I am a compatible for my next guy.
It’s like the Fabulous song “You make me Better” … “I’m a movement by myself … But I’m a force when we’re together… Mami I’m good all by myself …But baby you, you make me better.” You SHOULD BECOME BETTER, WHY BECAUSE YOUR EX IS SUPPOSE TO FOSTER THAT IN YOU! Like I said recently, I haven’t seen much being fostered in men, is that they were scorn during the relationship? Do you men not care anymore after that person has become your ex? Or did your ex not do that for you? In one particular case I feel like this man wasn’t fostered correctly. The only thing I see is reservation, retardation (not mentally but in the sense of being held back), and a blank template to be built upon. Having a blank template to build upon is a good thing you can start out fresh but start out slow (which can be annoying, but you’ll survive). So in essence all I’m saying is its proper relationship etiquette and beneficial to foster the growth of a person in a relationship, regardless of which person (male or female) it’s geared towards. I t makes the job of the new boo easier.
Just a lil thought … Until then I’m off … Making House.Calls