A couple days ago, my friend said this to me, “A woman’s loyalty is tested when her man has nothing. A man’s loyalty is tested when he has everything.” Although it’s simply two sentences, I feel like it holds so much truth.
Would a woman really stay with a man who has nothing? And if a man has everything, would he really be satisfied staying with one woman?
If you were to get onto a bus, and there were only one seat. Assuming you wanted to sit, you would be very grateful to see a seat, and you would happily sit on it. On the other hand, if you were on an empty bus, you would probably not sit on the very first seat you see. Instead, you would try to find a seat that has the best view (along with it being the cleanest and most spacious). I think it’s fair to say that when we have options, we tend to be pickier.
When we like someone, do we actually like them for who they are? Or do we like them for what they can give us?
It’s true. If a man is financially stable, he is a lot more attractive than a man who is not.
Then I wonder, do you like a person because he/she meets your standards?
But, qualities people possess are part of their personalities. That means you like them for who they are, right?
I think divorces are so common nowadays because it is so easy for others to intrude in a marriage/relationship. In the past, before social media and phones, the only ways to contact someone were to find them in person or send a letter.
Now, all one has to do is swipe a couple fingers and he/she will have access to hundreds of people online. It is so easy for someone to flirt or message your significant other.
Do you think there is only one right person for you? Or do you think there are multiple people who can be right for you?
These are just some of my random thoughts on relationships. What are your thoughts? Sorry my Monday post is a day late!!