You’re sitting at a table you look over and your eyes meet. The chemistry is great. And the more time you’re with them, the more you realize this is love. But is it really? How do you really know when it’s love and it isn’t someone who doesn’t like being alone, yet anti-commitment. The complexities of life never fail. No matter how genuine, simple, or strategic one may be, it’s never enough to really know.
The idea of marriage these days are taking on a new look. Single but together. The classic line “who says we need a piece of paper to make it official?” Single is the new married. It goes way deeper than the white and black placed before you. Signing on the dotted line may seem as an unnecessary process. But it is very significant in regards to future blessings and personal commitment.
I have loved different kinds of men. The cheater, the abuser, the manipulator, the liar, the false-man, and the selfish-man. Many can relate to that. But the question to my dilemma in life is “Who do I love?”
When it comes to love, I see no boundaries, I give all of me and hold nothing back. I live as one breath, one heartbeat, one mind, and one soul. Crazy to think that isn’t enough anymore. But that’s just it. It is. How to Love can be conflicting and magnificent. The correct phrase is “Who to love.” I don’t know who. but I know when it happens, How To Love will be so easy. To go on a man hunt trying to weed out who is Mr. Right and Mr. Wrong is too much work. Just relax and the moment you stop looking it’ll come to you. Or better yet, have one of your friends talk you into creating a dating profile and see what happens. lol Regardless of dating preference remember, How to love can be taken for granted when it comes to who to love.