You Complete Me.......No you don't!
I complete me!
Why do us as women feel that we need a man to complete us, when us as women are already complete.
I am not about to man bash or anything like that. I'm just stating the obvious. Even though I have a wonderful man now, I didn't always have one. In order for me to love that man, I had to love all of me first. A man is just that extra cherry on top. No pun intended.
A lot of women today will slip into a deep depression if their man were to leave them. Oh, no honey that is not the way to go. That particular man was just not the man for you and you are lucky that he got rid of himself, before you found out what a piece of crap he really was. Don't think of the cup as half empty, think of that sucka as all of the way full, because that is just how you got it. You have to keep your self esteem in check and know that he missed out.
Please believe that there is a man and or woman out there, that is made for each and every one of us. We just have to be patient. It can be fun and it can also hurt like hell while we are finding that special someone. Everything just can't come easy to us. If it did, how can we ever grow and learn from our mistakes.
Have you ever heard someone say this: "A person should know after the first couple of dates if that is the person they want to spend the rest of their lives with." ......Bull Crap!.....Ain't no way!...Anybody can put on that perfect mask and disguise themselves as that special person that you were looking for. It takes time to know that person who you lay your head next to at night.
Make a list of the things that you are looking for in the person who you want to spend the rest of your life with. That way. when the fool you met at the club the night before, gets up and uses your toothbrush, you kinda get the hint that he is not the one..And he's nasty!
The man who your girl hooked you up with and ya'll have been dating for about a month and you are madly in love with him. He completes you now right?.... Yeah, Whateva. That would be the same man who has a wife and two children at home waiting on him to pay the light bill. The point I'm trying to make is that we tend to take that, "You complete me" statement to heart and once that person shows their true colors and breaks up with you, you tend to feel that a part of you is missing. No, he just hurt your feelings, bruised your heart and lowered self esteem. You complete you and when you are able to realize that, the quicker you can get up, dust yourself off and get back into the dating ring again.
"You complete me", it just sounds nice to the ears. How about, "I complete me.....Yes I Do!"