Some women have the issue of being overly accommodating and overly giving to a man who doesn’t deserve that kind of effort hoping if they give him what he wants, he will then give her what she wants but it doesn’t work like that ladies and gentlemen. To prevent yourself from giving too much too soon you must not only match the man’s effort, but even before entering a relationship you must ask yourself what intangible qualities do you want to receive or need from your partner.
Ask yourself how do you want to be treated in a relationship?
What does someone showing they care look like to you, is it words of affirmations, gifts, calls, text messages throughout the day checking in on you? What is it? Do you want someone to show that they care about your feelings? Think about this deeply. Don’t get in a relationship just for the sake of getting into a relationship. No, ask yourself, how do you want to be treated?
It’s time out for standing around wanting to take cute and pretty pictures to post on the gram. Okay nice but no. How do you want to be supported in a relationship? What’s your threshold for disrespect? Know what you will leave a relationship for.
God is not the author of confusion, you confuse me you lose me
God did not create you to be somebody’s doormat, to be walked all over and trampled upon. No. You are a wife or a wife in waiting; you deserve to be honored, cherished, and respected right off top or why even show up to the party? Why are you even in a relationship if this relationship is bringing you down? Or you’re the one doing all the work. Save all that effort and energy and pour it into yourself.
A relationship will not work if one or both parties are using the other person to make themselves happy. No, relationships and love should be two people coming together to serve the other, to be selfless with another, not self-full, or full of self.
Paige, sister girl, leave this guy alone and if you are a woman reading this and you feel you are in a one-sided relationship, or it’s your duty to be a “ride or die,” get off this train, ride or die for Jesus and yourself.