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Updated on August 26, 2013

Remember when...

Remember when you met me

How hard we fell in love?

You told me I was special

And sent from up above?

There wasn’t any single thing

You wouldn’t do for me.

You would be my solid rock

Through all eternity.

Yes, I too remember

But fear I will forget.

It has been quite sometime

Since you’ve been the guy I met.

Like a dog, you used to greet me

When I’d walk through the door.

Now you’re like a lion waiting

I come in and hear you roar.

You used to bring me breakfast

When I was still in bed.

Now you sit at the table

Awaiting service instead.

You used to take out the garbage

It is kind of a manly chore.

Now you put it off on me

But, at least you hold the door.

Sometimes you did the dishes

And didn’t even pout.

Now you can’t remember

How to rinse your damn cup out?!

Who the hell are you?

And what is it that you’ve done?

Why don't you get that door for me

So out it I can run!


I know this feeling all too well

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      wildove5 4 years ago from Cumberland, R.I.

      Too cute! Call the cops!! LOL Nice job!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Thanks, I think I will. You helped inspire this one :-)

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      wildove5 4 years ago from Cumberland, R.I.

      Awww shucks,,,,Glad I could help.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      :-) Once wildove5 gets talking about men, I walk around the rest of the day saying "yeah, yeah, that is what they do!"

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      CJ Sledgehammer 4 years ago

      Cat:

      You did well with this poem even though the content is painful for you. Good flow and good rhyme. :0)

      I know bashing men is a popular sport among women who choose poorly, but please know that when a good woman chooses a good man, she has nothing left to say but praise.

      It is fruitless to complain about the losers in your lives when it's the women who invite them in. So, who's more at fault: the serpent and its bite, or the careless handler? Things are what they are. Woe to those who cannot tell good from bad or fact from fiction.

      Go in peace - C.J. Sledgehammer

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      CJ,

      All in good fun my dear, all in good fun. Who said this is a reflection of my life? ;-) Men are great! Besides you can't get defensive because I already sing your praises.

      Sometimes the serpent presents itself as a harmless creature and it is not until time has passed that the handler realizes the disguise.

      You are right though, there is no point in man-bashing and us woman only have ourselves to blame for choosing poorly.

      I just read a hub prior to writing my little poem that put me into the "add my 2 cents" kind of mood. Smile, the sun will shine tomorrow.

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      CJ Sledgehammer 4 years ago

      Cat:

      Tom Jones sang a song once (can't remember the name) about a woman who found a serpent half frozen. She took it home and nurtured it back to health. When the viper was feeling good enough...it gave her a lethal bite.

      Shocked by her misfortune, she proclaimed "How could you?!" The serpent calmly informed her that she should have noticed what he was and what the outcome was likely to be, so she should only blame herself.

      Leopards do not change their spots anymore than scorpions cease to sting. The problem is not with dangerous creatures in nature and in public...it's the lack of good judgment shown by those who invite them into their lives or do not see them for what they are. Discernment is a lost art these days.

      As you know, sex binds and blinds. Too many people have sex right away and do not see the danger signs until it is too late. So, who's fault is that? One of my main criticisms with American women is that they hold good judgment and virtue in contempt, while never giving love a chance to blossom before they open their petals on the second date.

      Please know that my previous comment was directed more at Wildove5 than to you. By the way, I think you're pretty neat, too. :0)

      Best wishes, behave and be well - C.J. Sledgehammer

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      wildove5 4 years ago from Cumberland, R.I.

      C.J., I can only speak for myself here and I apologize to the author for placing this in her comments. However, I find your comment directed toward me a bit judgmental and presumptuous. You obviously assumed that because we have poked fun at a flaw in " some" men that we either are foolish in our choices or too quick to opening our petals. While I may be guilty of being foolish to believe I truly knew someone only to realize they are really chameleons with many colors; I have never de-flowered myself on the second date. As a matter of fact, quite to the contrary, not that I have to divulge my personal life here but I will have you know my current boyfriend and I courted for two years before the petals hit the floor. I also apologize that you feel us American woman are to blame for trusting in men to be who they say they are. Food for thought, if woman in America are so quick to hit the sheets then why do men pretend they are our night in shinning armor with all their smooth talk and charm! My guess is that if we really did drop petals on the second date they could save all that smooth talk and we'd really be able to see the wolf in sheep's clothing. If you'd like to debate this topic further feel free to send me an e-mail, Wildove5@yahoo.com. Again, apologizes to you cantuhearmescream!

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      CJ Sledgehammer 4 years ago

      I really have nothing to say, Wildove5. Fact is, I really don't care about this issue all that much. I used to, but not any more. It is what it is. I am happy you waited two years before fornicating...that must be a Guinness World Record or close to it.

      Women complain all the time about their failed relationships and how the guys said this, that, or the next thing. If women would just take their sweet time to listen to a man, watch what he does, examine his fruit and test his spirit, they would be miles ahead and suffer little heart ache in the end.

      Women are adults and should know that they cannot trust what they hear. Truth is, a wise man once said, "Believe nothing that you hear and only half of what you see." Sage advice.

      Look, I am not your enemy. In fact, I am trying to save women from themselves. In general, I find that women tend to be their own worst enemies. Like you, I don't like what is going on between men and women. Yes, men are equally guilty, but you just don't hear them complaining ad naseum about it or playing the victim. Don't shoot the messenger.

      Peace be with you - C.J. Sledgehammer

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      epigramman 4 years ago

      Well my awesome Cat - this is a title, indeed, to die for, and the words which follow offer your usual patented wit with beautiful sentiment but yet a hint of sardonic remembrance.

      And why I love this piece so much is easy - it speaks from your beautiful heart and contains an original poetic language all of your very own.

      Hubbravo from the epi-man with last cup of coffee for the day at lake erie time 7:18am courtesy of Colin and his cats

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      CJ,

      This is only part one to my response, so hang it there as I have yet to read the comments between you and wildove5. I understand and appreciate your observation and insight on women and you probably have a valid point. But, don't you think that if we try to be super aware and intune to the "bad" in people, which I'm sure many of us have at least a touch of, then we run the risk of compromising having any kind of relationship with anyone because we will be walled up against everyone and everything. "'Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." ???

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      wildove5,

      No apologies are needed. I absolutely expect you to defend yourself or your silence may appear as being agreeable with CJ. Besides, just like some men give others bad name and create the stereotypes that we love to poke fun at, some women give others bad names and create stereotypes as well. I don't blame CJ for his opinion of women as we can be guilty of the same as well, but we are not all the same an that is precisely your point. I agree with you as well that because we see the good in a person as they present themselves that way, we should not be faulted, but the liar in disguise, for he is at fault for trying to pull the wool over our eyes. Do you label a child as weak because you can pull a lollipop out of their hands?

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      My dear CJ,

      Do you want a woman that is falling in love with you to disect and doubt your words and actions or just take them as the beautiful, innocent happenings of love? Falling in love is perhaps the greatest feeling in the world and yes, I suppose it might cloud our judgment, but I would hate to taint the beautiful feelings and emotions that we seldom get the pleasure experiencing with skepticism.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Colin,

      Well you certainly know how to start a girl's day! :-) Thank you, again I am honored with your presence and compliments.

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      CJ Sledgehammer 4 years ago

      Dear Cat:

      If a woman feels herself falling in love with me, she had better listen intently to my words and take a good look at my deeds. The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. I say this for her own protection and I want her to be completely assured of the man I am and the character I possess. I hate surprises as much as women do.

      I desire someone who employs good judgment and discernment. Words are cheap, but actions speak louder and I would expect her to know this and look for it.

      If a woman thinks I'm kind-hearted, warm, charming and is lulled to sleep by my silver tongue, it is flattering, not to mention endearing, but I also see her as being vulnerable to other's who may operate with ulterior motives and possess a convincing counterfeit.

      Remember...believe nothing that you hear and only half of what you see. I would rather you doubt me until you have acquired insurmountable proof of my goodness, than to trust everyone at their word...just so a good one doesn't fall through the cracks.

      A truly good man will prove himself to you in thought, word, and deed and you should be willing to do the same for him. Anything less is reckless endangerment and utter foolishness. Believe me...I know.

      Best wishes, behave and be well - C.J. Sledgehammer

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      CJ,

      You know I value your opinion and appreciate your insight. You said that actions speak louder than words and I couldn't agree with you more! Yes, yes they do. Unfortunately a lot of people are good at speaking with actions, and all the right ones, when you are first getting to know them. Then either, consciously because they know they have you or subconsciously they get lazy, the actions of "impressing" someone fade away and sometimes the "truth" that is revealed is something we would see as "not their true self". Gee, why is this person suddenly acting this way, I know he/she is a great person because that is all I have seen so far. Can we be blamed for seeing all of the good that is presented to us? Should we doubt all good for being fake? Then will truly good people and good deeds be cast aside?

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      CJ Sledgehammer 4 years ago

      Cat:

      I hope you know that I value your opinion as well. In my mind and in my experience "pretenders" outnumber the "real McCoys" 20-1. This is to say that 95% of everyone you meet is either a closet narcissist, selfish, evil, nasty, ingrate, greedy, turncoat, etc, etc.

      I am not saying 95% of the population is going to hell, but rather that 95% of the population has a sufficient amount of debilitating character traits that end up killing their relationships. About the only way you can protect yourself is by being vigilant and by giving it time.

      Time is the ingredient that reveals if a seed is going to grow into something beautiful. We cannot jut assume that every seed will, because studies have shown that 90% of all married couples say they are unhappily married after ten years. As you already know, 60% of the others never even make it that far before divorcing.

      So, is it better to be optimistic or realistic? I am a realist...I favor neither the pessimists or the optimists - I just look at the facts and seek the truth. When you are inviting someone into your life, into your bed or into the lives of your children, you had better be right.

      I am sure you instruct your children not to speak to strangers. But, what if we were to tell our children that it is okay to talk to strangers and casual acquaintances alike, because a few of them just might be good people and we wouldn't want them to be cast aside. A good mother wouldn't instruct her children to be this cavalier about their health and safety, but then they turn right around and violate that very principle in their bedroom.

      As I have instructed my children..."It is better to be safe than sorry...it is wise to look before you leap...measure twice, cut once...examine the fruit before you take a bite...to test the spirits to see if they are from God...and to consider everyone guilty until proven innocent (in the court of love). There are just too many charlatans and too many predators out there. The damage they can do and the vast numbers they enjoy is enough to warrant such measures.

      Better run for now. :0)

      Peace be with you and yours - C.J. Sledgehammer

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      epigramman 4 years ago

      Yoweeeeeeeeeeeeee, hey my Cat of Ultimate Cool - this is the most exciting hub space in town. It's a happening here alright with great debates and fine minds. Hubbravo from the epi-man

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      CJ,

      I’m honored that you value my opinion as you are the one that is so worldly and insightful. You might want to consider moving if “ 95% of everyone you meet is either a closet narcissist, selfish, evil, nasty, ingrate, greedy, turncoat, etc, etc”; try Upstate New York, I hear the summers are beautiful. I don’t love to say it, but I do think the world has kind of fallen to crap and the people just seem to be getting looser and looser with morals and values and principles, but 95%? It makes me think that you’ve had a lot of not so good experiences.

      Your suggested statistics in regards with traits killing relationships, I absolutely agree with. We are our own kryptonite in our relationships (I never said I was unaware :-). I also agree with vigilance and I agree with time, both of which people seem to be pressed for nowadays.

      You’re marriage statistics make me shutter, though they don’t surprise me. Despite the fact that many relationships are failed before they even begin, it is unfortunate that divorce is such a readily available, widely accepted alternative to marriage. So much for vows I guess. Can you be an optimistic realist?

      I like your analogy of the children and strangers and I agree. I think that I want my kids to do better and know better than I did, aren’t most parents like that? I would want my children to be more cautious and more careful.

      I love your analogies, you always speak so deeply and while your words are offensive to some and abrasive for others, I love them all the same. You ready for a picnic in the park yet?

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Colin,

      It is the magic that CJ brings to a conversation that draws the crowd, not my mere poetry. Alas, your inspiring poetic verses should only help me to grow and then I may receive the crowd for my talent and not my friends. :-) Either way, I enjoy the company!

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      CJ Sledgehammer 4 years ago

      Dear Cat:

      Picnic in the park? My...aren't you a forward little thing. :0)

      In as much as I would like to, you are still in a relationship and I am still trying to recover from a broken heart. Both of these scenarios violate the code I live by and they are also a violation of good judgment.

      I am not saying that I am opposed to such a thing...but I think the timing is not ideal for either of us (at the moment). Please understand that I am still in love with someone and I would not be able to see you fully or clearly, nor would my heart be able to fully appreciate your qualities. You deserve me to be at my best and I believe you would want me to have full use of all my senses. :0)

      In time, my broken heart will mend and the scales of love will fall from my eyes. When this happens...I will be able to see others clearly. Do you understand where I am coming from?

      By the way, you also need to take time to unravel and unhook before you can truly see me clearly. We both are coming off heartbreaks which makes "rebounding" a distinct possibility. If you trust my judgment...trust me when I tell you that we are not quite ready for a picnic in the park.

      Be patient, Lass, your time will come and so will your Knight in Shining Armor. Please remember that good things come to those who are willing to wait. While you wait...prepare yourself for him and be everything he wants and needs. Have you written your "dream boat" list, yet?

      Best wishes to you and yours.

      With Christ as my shield - C.J. Sledgehammer

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      CJ,

      Trust me when I tell you, I need a picnic in the park :-)

      I was only attempting to be playful my dear, implying that both you and I could use a bit of sunshine and some good company, let us not forget that you are on the other side of the country in which I reside. But, as I wipe the tear from my cheek, at least I now know where we stand. (Um... remind me not to ask you if you're ready for a picnic in the park, gee you must think I'm such a trollop :-(

      No, all jokes aside, I've been fighting or I should say debating with someone all evening on another hub and it's put me in quite a mood. I can't help but feel the smile return to my face when I pop back over to this hub, so I was just trying to enjoy some happy conversation over here.

      Yes, CJ, I am grateful and honored to understand you more now that previous days and yes, I know that you are only just coming out of a relationship and you are 110% right that you need time. Despite how madly, deeply I could have fallen for you, I certainly wouldn't be stupid or selfish enough to share that with you. You are also right that I am a mess of my own and I know that I need time to myself after my situation has finished.

      My list; yeah it goes like this:

      Just love me and show it

      If you do that I'll no it.

      I don't ask for no more

      please don't give me no less

      it will be my first chance at love

      this I sadly confess!

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      CJ Sledgehammer 4 years ago

      Dear Cat:

      You and I need to do a little "house cleaning" and then we can explore the possibilities of taking the next step. Perhaps you will find, in time, that I am not your cup of tea or that I was satisfying an emotional need at a time when you needed a friend.

      The "Damsel in Distress Syndrome" is rather common. Fact is, when my mother was going through her divorce, she convinced herself that she was madly in love with her scrawny attorney. If I was not there to intervene, God knows what she was capable of doing with him.

      Even though falling in love feels good...it is serious business! One needs to be sure one is falling in love, not out of neediness or loneliness, but because the other individual is an amazing carbon-based life form that not only completes you, but one that you cannot imagine living without.

      You would be surprised how many people convince themselves that they are in love, when, in fact, the object of their affection is just satisfying a temporary emotional need. Then, when the need is no longer relevant or is no longer present...the relationship becomes irrelevant as well. Happens all the time.

      Cat, I liked your poem and I think it's sweet, but I am wondering what you consider "love" to be. In my experience, love means different things to different people and unless you are able to define what this love is...it may be hard to receive it. I would really like you to think long and hard on this, because it will serve you well later on. :0)

      Please take into consideration that people also have different love languages and different ways of expressing love. Now, a man may fall head over heals for you and think he's showering you with love, but unless you know his language of love, you may feel neglected and unloved. I am sure you already know this, but I just thought I would mention it nevertheless. :0)

      May God be with you and yours - C.J. Sledgehammer

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      CJ,

      Hey now, hey now, don't cheapen our relationship with my neediness! I thought what we had was special :-)

      As far as love languages, well I've heard them all but am fluent in none. So I guess any dialect will do? When you have nothing real to compare it to.

      I understand that people love differently, but don't tell me that Joe Couch Potato loves my leaving his dirty socks in a ball on the floor and not mentioning how good dinner was. So, I'm open to the idea of different languages, but certainly no excuse to show no love and call it "different". There's ways to show it and ways to blow it. A lot of women don't ask for much, simple reminders that's all, but men often don't think about it as much as women and so the need is not met. Then there are some people who are just impossible to please because there is "never enough". I'm not one of those; I'm a "can I just have a little sometime?" kind of person.

      Anyway, I'm beat; I have a kid to get up for school in 3 hours, so I look forward to hearing from you in the mourn'.

      Sleep tight my dear

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      CJ Sledgehammer 4 years ago

      Dear Cat:

      As far as Joe Couch Potato goes...that just sounds like taking someone for granted and someone who is neither conscientious nor considerate. It is quite possible to be conscientious and considerate and still not love the other party.

      Case in point: I am conscientious and considerate to everyone I meet, but I do not love everyone that I show kindness to. I mean, I love them as God would have me, but I think you get the point.

      Sorry for keeping you up so late. I pray what little sleep you get is peaceful and satisfying.

      Sweet dreams, Cat. :0)

      May God bless you with the desires of your heart - C.J. Sledgehammer

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      CJ,

      I love the theory of love languages, but I fear is may be taken for granted and give love-lazy men an excuse to claim a language of their own for their lack of love-actions.

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      CJ Sledgehammer 4 years ago

      Cat:

      Both men and women are guilty of loving people the way they want to and giving only the amount of love and affection that they feel like giving. It is a rare day indeed when someone gives their spouse what he or she needs and to the amount that is required to make them feel appreciated and loved.

      Trust me...lazy people in love is a terrible thing. Most people are lazy in love...that's why I have never remarried and stopped looking for the longest time.

      Talk about lazy in love, my dad and I got into it once (actually we got in fights all the time) regarding love. He said, "Once married....always married." I told him that in the garden of love, marriage is the rose - the most fragrant and beautiful of all flowers, but it needs constant attention, nurturing and tender loving care, otherwise it can be overrun by aphids, mildew and other maladies, thus becoming the most pathetic species of the garden.

      He scoffed and mocked me and ended up divorced a dozen years later. I hated how he took my mother for granted, who is one of the most loving people I have ever met. He disinherited me because I supported her in their divorce.

      I hear what you are saying, Cat, and you are right - love lazy men and women take each other for granted all the time. Let's just pray that your Mr. Right and my Mrs. Right are not two of them. :0)

      God's blessings to you and yours - C.J. Sledgehammer

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      CJ,

      I'm sorry to hear the way things went for you and your father; another piece to the puzzle.

      Yes, I think that there are a lot of people want to be showered in love, probably most people. But just like there are different ways to give love there are different ways to receive it as well. Some people want the diamonds and gold and roses, some people just want an extra hug and "I love you" at a point of the day that it is not a requirement, you know the "Goodnight, I love you", the "Goodbye, I love you" how about the "I'm not going to bed or leaving the house but I love you". I think it does boil down to appreciation and respect. I think everyone wants both.

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      mr-veg 4 years ago from Colorado United States

      Cat looks like you are viewing upon a situation before and after marriage :) Well the lines are pretty interesting and full of facts at the same time... hopefully the special love spark is still there with you :) And did you dial 911 :D ...... and hows the day been so far ?

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      mr-veg,

      Good morning! You are the first person for me to speak to today; so far so good :-).

      Well I guess my cheesy little poem is probably very typical in many relationships; as the spark seems to die down. I have yet to see it work any other way.

      No, if I called 911 they'd probably take me away! ;-)

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      mr-veg 4 years ago from Colorado United States

      Good Morning Cat ! Thanks for the honor :) Hope you have a great day, enjoy your blissful Sunday !!

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Thanks mr-veg, right back at you! :-)

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      Karen Hellier 4 years ago from Georgia

      This is funny, but in a sad way, so true of relationships when the spark wears off. The trick is to keep the spark going throughout a long term relationship. I am sure there are many guys out there that could write a similar poem about the women in their lives.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      Karen Hellier,

      Thanks! You're right and you're right! :-) I think people subconsciously let the spark die without realizing until after it's gone. It's probably harder to get a spark relit than it is to just keep it burning. Yes, I can only imagine the man's version of this hub... and I'm sure it would be all too true! :-)

      Thanks for stopping and sharing!

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      Romeos Quill 4 years ago from Lincolnshire, England

      Cat

      This is a good,solid,honest poem,and the deception of identity shifting in a relationship is very much spot on.I've seen this happen a few times;the last time was very recent-the poor woman kept going back for more- it was almost bordering on 'Stockholm Syndrome',because the guy she was with kept putting her down,and reinforcing how worthless she was....the bar steward really did a number on her,until she finally took courage(diggin' the pic!),took her kids,and moved on with her life

      As usual Cat,a perfect blend of intriguing talent,inviting interesting discussion,and controversy about subjects that really matter.

      If part of you is mixed in as part of the cocktail of this poem,them I'm sending some first-class man-love right now.

      Awesome,and a giant thumbs-up!

      Yours Truly,

      R.Q.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      R.Q,

      Hey babe! Thank you for stopping by my little humble hub :D First, I have to admit that despite hearing it referenced a time or two before; I had to Google “Stockholm Syndrome”. Now that I have… I think I smell a hub brewing! Wow, I can’t believe how much I have lived that! I grew up in a home that inadvertently created kids with less than healthy self-esteems. I think my parents forgot or simply didn’t know how, nor did they set very good examples. So, I found myself in a not so healthy relationship and accepted horribly disrespectful behavior as “deserved”. Once someone allows another to degrade and demean them and value that person’s opinion, it becomes a gauge of the other’s worth. Meaning… once I allowed my ex to treat me so poorly and convinced myself of the negatives he was saying, I subconsciously was searching for the positives from the same person who was incapable of providing them. That person “puts you in the dark place” and so you almost feel that is the same person that must “pull you out”. I don’t know if I’m making any sense… I’ve been in the sun and dirt, gardening all day :-)

      With all that said, I’m not bashing men, the women in these circumstances are guilty, at the least of fostering such poor self-esteem issues. I’m also aware that this works both ways with either sex. However, I will say that it is extremely important how we treat each other and I for one could never degrade or demean another human, for whatever that worth… though many find it so easy, in fact, it seems to be a means of survival for some.

      Lastly, I like to write about things that sometimes don’t pertain to me, but I don’t know how to write in a way that doesn’t imply it is personal… but yes, these words came out of my head and this is from me, so I will take first-class man-love right now and probably be back for seconds! :-) Thanks a million Romeo! You’re the best… I just got in from the garden and have to whip a quick dinner together… but I see you’ve been a busy boy and I will come by your way for dessert. Until then.

      Yours Truly, Madly, Deeply

      Cat

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