Breakups, Chaos

I am back again., after a gap of ten days almost . This blogging thing feels like an extension for me sometimes. But as addicted as I’m to writing I can’t stop posting in my blog.
Now let me start with today’s topic. I have seen lots of break ups till date and it hurts to see so many couples who once couldn’t be separated now don’t want to see each other. The reason probably is our pride which doesn’t let us see beyond our ego.

“He’s a total egoistic jerk”, I don’t remember exactly how many times I had to bear this ranting from my friend after her break up. We females are generally biased when it comes to men.  Completely agreeing with a woman and whatever she has to say against her husband or boyfriend. We pass on our shoulder for her to lean on while crying her eyes out.
Girls don’t you think that’s just unfair.  I know our friend here feels deceived and justice must be done.  But the poor guy who dumped her would have some reason behind it. To make a decision on this matter we should demand hearing from both parties.  As a counselor its our prime duty. Men unlike most women have the habit of thinking straight.  If they take any decision then its done after long calculative analysis. We on the other hand take any decision with our mind full of doubts. We worry too much about everything and let our emotions dictate the situation,  which makes the condition even worse,  sickening him to the pit and paving the way for a break up. So just be careful before taking any decision.
If you need advice regarding your first date or other stuff you can check out the advice category which will connect you to the posts. Have a good day.

Am I going to be victimized again?

In a relationship we do feel sometimes that we’re being victimized. That our partner is getting the most of it and yet we can’t take any actions against them. Love has this sort of attachment which makes us forgive their mistakes,  their level headedness,  their dominance and even the deadly sin which they perform against us. These are the times when we need our friends or siblings. They can think with a head not clouded with love.

If I had to advice in this case I would advice you to speak the matters clearly with him. Boys as much clever they are,  most of the times have to be directed. They may think that they are doing the right thing,  which they’re not. So just talk to them without any arguments and in some cases you too might be wrong.  Just let them know how you feel,  he’ll surely understand.
But if he doesn’t then you might need a counselor who will be able to explain both of you more about this relationship thing.
Never give up.