For me, one of the worst experiences/feelings about being single is the guilt. Most of the time, I’d say a STRONG 80% of the time, I don’t mind being single. My issues comes into play when I start to feel guilty for my desire to want to be in a relationship. I don’t mind being alone, but there are times when things get stressful at work, or with personal issues and I really wish I had someone to help me get through the things that bother me. I only have one friend I feel like I can go to with anything, but I’d still never tell him everything. I would, however, tell my “man” everything. In the first month, no; of course not. Some things not even in the first year. I tend to be really trusting of the person I commit myself to. To me that’s the point of committing. Anyway, considering I don’t have someone I can be that candid and forthcoming with, I keep a lot to myself. It doesn’t bother me until things build up and get a bit overwhelming. This is when I start to feel a way and wish I were in a relationship just so I’d have someone in my life I trusted enough to share my problems with. Then the logical part of me kicks in and questions my motives. That nagging feeling that I should be able to take care of any and every problem I encounter alone, makes me feel like an idiot for wanting to have someone to help me.
Tonight’s the night beautiful faces!! I’ll be a guest on the Talk2Q Radio Show! This is my first appearance as a guest anywhere, so I’m both excited and nervous >_< !!
The topic of the show is Men Asking Women Tough Questions. We’ll be discussing things such as knock off fashions, forgiving cheaters, baby showers for multiple children and who knows what else. There’s a special section about weddings and if they’re worth their often high costs with wedding planner Brittany Allen of Beautiful Beyond Dreams. I just went to a wedding on Sunday and have another next Sunday, so I’m interested in what she has to say on this one. I’m also wondering what questions some of Q’s regulars will throw out on the table 0_0……
The show is interactive, so call in with your opinion or to ask a question using (347) 202-0215. Remember, this is an internet radio show, so it’s accessible wherever you and your device are! It begins at 10pm EST and you can stream the show and access the chat room to interact with us here. Looking forward to seeing and hearing from some of you tonight! Wish me luck!
Aaaaawwww shit now!!! I’ve been asked to be a guest on the Talk2Q Radio Show!!! Woop woop! I’m really excited guys! The Talk 2 Q Radio Show is one of the coolest interactive internet radio shows I’ve stumbled upon. Q encourages listener participation. Whether its in the chat room or calling into the show listeners are welcome to give their opinion on the topics at hand and freely ask the questions on their minds. His topics encompass whatever is trending in these internet streets – sports, people of interest, men vs. women, etc, etc.
This Wednesday, at 10pm EST, we will be discussing topics that require a woman’s special touch. How many times should you forgive a cheater? Knock-off fashions: fair or foul? Baby showers, weddings, monthly maintenance fees and more. Who knows what questions the audience will throw out there! You know damn well I’ll speak my mind and I’d love for you to be there to chime in. Check out the Facebook invite here. The number to call in, the link for the chat room and the link to listen in are all found there on the Facebook invite. I’m really looking forward to being on the show, but even more-so to hearing from you guys!! Call in or use the chat room feature to submit your questions or comments. Can’t wait to see you guys this Wednesday 10/24 at 10pm EST on the Talk2Q Radio Show!
A few days ago I was reading one of my favorite blogs, Single Black Male. The article in particular that stood out this time was about women and our delayed reactions; don’t act like you don’t know. Your guy asks you if you want to watch a show in particular on TV and you go off about him all of a sudden caring that you have an opinion and that your feelings will not be dismissed. He only offered you the remote. But, as many women are known for doing, we take something small and blow it up. Read their take on the matter here. It’s a great article.
I can’t speak for all of us, but here was my response to why *I* do it (I commented on the “article within the article” that was linked on the SBM post. You can read that article here):Read More»
“Who you are speaks so loudly I can’t hear what you’re saying.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
That quote speaks so much, in so few words. So many times in life we run into people who make grandiose promises and claims. Hell, if you don’t, I do enough for the both of us. It can be really easy to get caught up in the hype of the moment and lose sight of what it actually takes to accomplish all of those promises. I’ve had my share of promises broken through my life so I’ve become one of those people who doesn’t believe in promises; I believe in actions. Don’t promise me anything. Give me your word and follow through. That’s it.Read More»