Blogs by Raymond Sturgis
When A Woman Hurt : Do Not Think Like A Man
5/23/2012 11:41:20 PM
New Book by Raymond Sturgis: ACT LIKE A LADY, DO NOT THINK LIKE A MAN
AVAILABLE in ebook or paperback formats
EXCERPT FROM BOOK: ACT LIKE A LADY, DO NOT THINK LIKE A MAN
WHEN YOU HURT….LEARN FROM IT
It is funny that life grants us the opportunity to love, and be loved, while disappointingly helping us to see that nothing is permanent. In my book EARLY DEPARTURES FOR THE SUN, I talk about how the interchangeable roads of life lead us to destinations of Where Do We Go from Here? We love our parents, family, children and friends, and the reality of losing them to death, is heartbreaking. Life inevitably shows us that we are force to contend with death, and although religion reassures us that we will see our love ones again, the possibility of Never haunts our souls. When we fall in love, instead of appreciating the moment, the experience, we obscure our minds with possibilities of temporary. This is the complex hardship of humanity, instead of enjoying the beauty of life; they complicate it with negative course of flaws with unbelievable transparent misunderstandings. Therefore, the result is someone being hurt and deceived, and seeking revenge through reciprocal hurt and dissension.
In today’s marriages, and relationships dreams are continued shattered by imaginary goals set with imperfect minds. On many occasions, heartache can be painful, that it can feel worse than a gunshot, and that pain can actuate you to harm the person that wronged you. You can drown yourself in alcohol and abuse drugs to relieve your broken heart, however, after the tears has dried, and alcohol and drugs are gone, the reality of the person that hurt you remains. In order to defeat heartache and pain, you must excuse yourself from the fight, and refocus your life toward positive retribution. We can never stop a person from leaving us no matter how much we beg, plead or cry, however, we can canalize our hurt toward people that want to love us. In order to disrupt the line of pain from our past, we must learn what kind of person hurt us, how they hurt us and why we put ourselves in that situation. The people that hurt us are usually the ones that have been hurt themselves, and care less about changing and respecting people feelings. In addition, the other people that play games with people hearts are low self-esteem, disappointed in dreams being unfulfilled. Then there are those that hurt people, because they realize the incompatibility, and instead of respectfully leaving the relationship, they break up with us, or we break up with them with an I-Don’t-Give-A-Damn-Who-I-Hurt attitude. Now, everyone put themselves in situations to be victims or receivers of love and pain.
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