So we living this fast life juggling ambition , varsity , relationships and most of us a social life that desires a social status….
Our young lives seem complicated enough …but no…we still have to deal with SEX. Funny how that is a priority in our lives but we still have so much to deal with. In your defense you could say you could have sex with no strings attached, with no complications and no responsibilty ….Really??..Do you really think that works?
Maybe with one night stands…but after some time talking , and vibing your bound to catch feelings and share a mutaul connection. l’ll give you a situation whereby sex just added complications
I know this 1 guy who was seeing this 1 girl and they were both from messed up relationships and had been heart broken so they used each other openly just for sex and comfort.
The guy then fixed his issues with his ex and they got back together and when he told the girl he can’t continue with the no strings attached relationship…she raged!!! ape shit!!!! she couldnt deal with it, she felt hurt and it was clear that after all that sex she started catching feelings…
Now thats what I rate as complicated. I’m not saying lay off the sex…I’m just saying says attains a great amount of emotional value so use it wisely
"Sex is full of lies. The body tries to tell the truth. But, it’s usually to battered with rules to be heard, and bound with pretenses so it can hardly move. We cripple ourselves with lies."- JIM MORRISON
Well in order to understand or relate to our future posts you have to understand our number main view on life, you need to understand how we see life…
And thats simple, what we feel, see, touch, hear or believe is created by us ourselves. We do believe in destiny, we create our destiny. We choose our friends, our social circle, our interest and the most controversial of all WE CHOOSE WHO TO LOVE…we choose how to feel and see life.
So come share this open letter with us as we tackle issues most us fear!!! lets get sensitive!!!
"I heard once that they would rather hear about memories than enemies. Rather hear what was or what will be then what is. Rather hear how you got it over how much it cost you. Rather hear about finding yourself and how you lost you. Rather you make this an open letter about family and struggle and it taking forever. About hearts that you’ve broken, and ties that you’ve severed. No doubt in my mind: that will make you feel better." - Aubrey Drake Graham