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Ah yes, baggage. You know, that emotional trauma that you carry around. The shit that happened to you as a kid, from your parents, friends, or past relationships. Those ill-fated experiences that forever unconsciously haunt your psyche and rear its ugly head at the most inopportune time to ruin relationships, only to quickly hide away
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Once again, another form of personal torture that we put ourselves through. Although it took me far longer than it should have, I finally broke things off with Stephanie. Things came to a head for me when she came over not too long ago. I had been out in the city and she hit me
Right in line with my last post, I ended things with another woman (and I have one more to write about as well). So a few weeks ago, I wrote about this woman I had been seeing for a while. As I stated in my post, I knew that I shouldn’t be entertaining her, despite
Remember a while back I reconnected with a young woman name Tyla who was polyamorous? Well, that dating journey has already come and gone. In the beginning, we spoke about polyamory and what we both wanted. Now I normally don’t date polyamorously, but I knew that if I were to go full bore into that lifestyle,
So this was a lesson/experience I learned in one of my earlier relationships. Let me tell you the story… I was back in college and I had a girlfriend at the time. We lived in the same dorm and often times spent the night in each other’s room, typical college shit. A little about me,
This one is for everyone reading this. We all want to be uplifted and supported by our partners, but on the flipside of that, we have to be uplifting and supporting. Think about it, we’ve all experienced what it feels like not to be supported. Whether it’s from our parents, our siblings, close friends, colleagues,
I’ve learned a couple things since I started dating Tyla a few weeks ago. If you recall, Tyla is full on polyamorous. Although this term has gotten much more popular, I still feel it’s best to define what it means. Polyamorous in general means simply being involved with more than one person romantically. I’m not
Honesty. We all say we want it, but do we really want complete honesty all the time? I honestly doubt it, but that’s a discussion for another day. There is an unspoken truth in the dating world: It’s better to lie or keep certain things private when initially dating someone. I know, that’s a
Alright, so I have been seeing this woman Mary off and on for about 2 years now. When we met, I knew immediately that nothing was going to come from it. Why? I don’t find her attractive. I did tell her early on that I wasn’t interested in anything serious with her, never told her
I’ve heard people say that they’ve been in Atlanta too long because everybody knows each other. “Oh you’re dating her now? Yeah my boy used to date her a few years ago” Atlanta has about half a million people. No bullshit, I’m surprised at this number cause I thought it’d be much more, but whatever.