Concept of Love From A Black Man Jason-RT [guest post]
Black male lifestyle blogger, is trying to break the stereotype that men do not express their feelings. This post discusses how a man views the concept of love from a black man Jason-RT.
The brain is the most outstanding organ. It works for 24 hours, 365 days right from your birth until you fall in love.
Some people won’t love you no matter what you do and some people won’t stop loving you, no matter what you do. Go where the love is. Stop giving out chances. If they hurt you once, they’re more than likely going to do it again. So many good women have dealt with the wrong man and so many good men have dealt with the wrong woman that by the time you 2 finally meet, you’re both afraid of each other.
You have got to believe that your true love is out there and worth waiting for. Especially if your heart has ever been broken. Don’t give up on real love. It’s everything. And you deserve to feel so special and honoured that you can no longer be mad at what you’ve been through before because it will help you understand how to appreciate your blessings TODAY!
It’s not easy to love somebody once you know their painful truth. I think that’s why so many of us don’t love ourselves. We show people the best version of ourselves but we’re really just hiding. This I know because I too once lived in that place and hid well so no one could see the real me. I was so scared of appearing less than I would like to be the perceived that I hid and hurt alone. I know that someone reading this is hiding and hurting. If you are anything like I was, you put up a good front. As hard a lesson that was for me to learn, I realized something. Everyone has their truth. Most hide it away for the same reasons you do – shame.
Boundaries are a beautiful thing because no one can treat you anyway except what you allow them. Once you know better, do better. Make the adjustment because who knows what that other person will be willing to do for you. You don’t like being spoken to that way, let them know.
I write to my missus, so let’s fall in love. Not like social media shows us but like our great grandparents did. Where queens understood the value of a good man and kings truly treat women as queens. I’ll be your strength, you’ll be my backbone. I’ll protect you forever and you’ll nuture me. Not by the standards of what Instagram or Facebook shows us but a deep love that goes beyond words or signs. It can exist, I know it does so let me take you there.
Speaking things into existence, ignore me lol
Focus on being a friend with no motives, develop a strength of love for one another throughout the months/years and it’s possible you may end going from her best friend to the only thing that makes sense in her life. That’s how you connect with a woman on this level ’cause all the other horny dudes have been stuck on her exterior beauty.
There’s nothing wrong with falling in love with someone. It’s a problem when you catch feelings and then assume that the person has to feel the same way about you! You can’t make someone love you or want to be with you.
Easy, I don’t want my happiness to depend on whether a person gives me their attention or not. I don’t want to stay up late wondering whether she is thinking about me. Neither do I want to cry over someone who may not care. I don’t want to stare at my phone screen waiting for a text. Most importantly, I don’t want to give anyone the power to destroy me.
Lemme know your thoughts on my opinion?
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