Every woman knows it can be hard to get over an ex. The constant thinking about all the good times, the Facebook and Twitter stalking, the constant crying, etc. And as a lot of women know, it can be hard to not be bitter, but over at Madame Noire, they had some really good realistic pointers, on how to get over a past relationship without ending up being the bitter ex-girlfriend. Check out the pointers below.
A lot of women I know won’t EVER pay for a man. And I mean EVER. I once had a friend call me and ask me if she should bring her man some food because he was hungry. The reason she was calling me was because she, and I quote, “Doesn’t like to be played,” mind you though, this is the guy she chose to make her boyfriend and have around her son, yet she didn’t know if she should bring him food or not. I don’t understand women these days. If he’s good enough to make your man and to meet your son, then he is good enough for you to bring food too, and if he’s not, then he shouldn’t be your man.
I will never understand why women keep settling. There is just so much “D” in the world(and good ‘D’ at that), that I don’t think I will EVER understand.
Over at Madame Noire, there is an interesting article about women who basically try to make Mr. Wrong into Mr. Right because they are so desperate to get married. Take a look.
That apparently is still the question in 2013. I remember last year the motto amongst a lot of women was, “These Hoes Stay Winning.” As we round out 2013, I’m finding that now we are having the side chick debate. You know, the one asking which is basically is it better, to be a side chick and/or is the side chick to be blamed? Personally, I have to say the man is the one to blame. Before I get into why at the end of the day, it’s the man’s fault, let’s take a look at the side chick debate from both sides.
The Twitter beef that was going on between Royce and her boyfriend’s baby mama, got me to thinking about the choice of whether to become a baby mama or not. Reading the information regarding what went down between Royce and her boyfriend’s baby mama made me think about something I’ve always felt. I refuse to be a baby mama. I always use protection and will continue to use protection, until I am a married woman.
There has been an issue that has been plaguing me for a while. It’s the issue of cheating, more in particular, why women blame the other woman. I don’t get it. Look ladies, even if the woman knows that he’s “your man,” it’s not her fault, mainly because, he’s “YOUR MAN,” it’s his responsibility to keep his “little man” in his pants, no matter how hard the woman is throwing her Kit Kat at him. Think about it, he’s your man, key word there is “your” and I’m pretty sure he knows that he’s your man, so there’s no reason why he should give in to any other chick that isn’t you. Women need to stop blaming the other woman and start blaming the man and/or themselves. And yes, I did say themselves. Women please be honest with yourself, sometimes we can drive a man to cheat.
Reading the news and blogs, I’ve come across an interesting debate. A debate that’s been going on for years. It’s the debate of black people vs. black people. It comes in many forms, be it light vs. dark skin, good hair vs. bad hair, natural vs. weave, ghetto vs. non ghetto, and the list will go on and on and on. The one common denominator is that it’s black people vs. black people. It’s known that black people are the most racist race around, and in fact it’s sometimes perceived as a joke. And frankly that hurts and makes me angry the most. The fact that black people are so racist against each other and the fact they think it’s funny. Now not all black people do, there’s actually a lot of us out there that don’t think it’s funny and think it’s dumb, but unfortunately our voices aren’t heard.
Ok so, with the popularity of shows like Love and Hip Hop Atlanta and other ratchet type of reality shows, I realized something. There is a new fight going on, and it’s Down Ass Woman vs. Low Self-Esteem Woman. Take for instance, Mimi Faust, Joseline, Erica Dixon, and Shay. Now you’ve got the down ass woman on one side (Mimi Faust and Erica Dixon) and the low self-esteem women on the other side (Joseline and Shay), both sides are fighting for dirty ass, low down men, that probably wouldn’t spit on them if they were on fire.
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It’s 2013, you’d think the craze of “Baby Mamas” and “Baby Daddies,” would’ve died down, but as Maury proves, it’s just getting worse.
I swear, I feel like every year, it gets worse and worse and worse; and every year, you have more and more men and women that are actually proud to be Baby Mamas and Daddies, and it’s just sickening.
Whatever happened to the good ole days, you know, back when you didn’t have to tell a man to “Put a Ring on it,” instead, he would actually “Put a ring on it.” Yes, back when the old saying, “First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby carriage,” was actually true?