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What a beautiful image, photo, and motto to live by? Single women be encouraged

  1. realtalk247 profile image69
    realtalk247posted 2 years ago

    What a beautiful image, photo, and motto to live by?  Single women be encouraged for this is true.

    I stumbled across this photo/saying and thought how true. Acting like a queen means preparing yourself as a whole person. Obtain your education/training and live on the economic level you desire.  Spend time with your friends and take a girls trip at least one a year.  Be a good person, develop spiritually, and volunteer.Manage/grow financially.Make time for family; remember your mom/dad, aunts/uncles, grandparents won't always be here.  Make sure your grooming, dress(wear dresses), and house is kept clean .Learn who you are and what you want. Spend time w/young kids, it will soften your heart


  2. feenix profile image61
    feenixposted 2 years ago

    Well, even though I am a KING, a woman doesn't have to be a star to be in my show.

    When I am drawn to a woman, the reason why is, I simply like her.

    1. realtalk247 profile image69
      realtalk247posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      What? Really feenix. Yeah okay

    2. feenix profile image61
      feenixposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, really. During my many years of life, I have had a number loving relationships with all kinds of women, spanning princesses to paupers.
      My falling for a woman is not contingent on how "together" she is.

    3. realtalk247 profile image69
      realtalk247posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Perhaps I misunderstood your feedback. Are you saying working on being your best self is irrelevant?  I would also say to men to do the same thing.
      Thank you for your comments.

  3. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 2 years ago

    As far as I can tell only our segment of the population espouses the notion of being "Kings & Queens" when it comes to behavior and attracting a mate.
    Unfortunately too often some people misinterpret this to mean behave as though they are snobs and the rest of the world needs to prove they are worth their time.
    Experience has taught me the more someone wears "the crown" outwardly the more insecure they tend to be on the inside.
    Odds are they've been hurt many times during their childhood and in past relationships. Slipping into a "regal mentality" is their way of building their self confidence. We all have to find our own way.
    I've even read online dating profiles from women who proclaim:
    I'm  a "Queen" looking for a "King" who knows how to treat a "Queen"
    If I'm being honest with you whenever I saw something like that it was a "red flag" in my mind! It screamed "Drama Queen"! Next! smile
    Having had the pleasure of dating women from various ethnicities, educational and success levels I've come to realize that people who are confident and comfortable in their skin don't describe themselves in monarch terms. I long for the day when we don't have to tell people to do the simple commonsense things like striving to be their best and making wise decisions for themselves. Ideally we should have learned to do so during our "formative years".
    All in all it's a good message but the whole Queen and King thing rings false to me. Know yourself, Love yourself, Trust yourself.