The death of commitment

commitment, relationships

The Joyful Single

Recently when browsing my Instagram stories, I came across an interesting response to a very basic question. A very successful entrepreneur that I follow was asked by one of her followers why she refers to her significant other as her son’s father as opposed to another title like boyfriend or hubby. Her response was something to the effect of, “I’m too old to call him my boyfriend. Partners doesn’t feel right. We’re together and we do what works for us.” She shares a home with and is raising a child with this man but seems very reluctant to publicly say that they are in a committed relationship . [Side note: I don’t know this woman personally and the info that I have is based solely on what she decides to share. I am basing this post solely on what I’ve seen from her social media, which may not truly reflect…

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sex, love, commitment

A man can have sex with a lady and still don’t have any feelings for her, men only need space to have sex but women need reason to have sex.

A woman cannot have sex without feelings except sex works. A man can travel for eight hours ‘just to have sex with a female friend and yet, not love her. Sex makes men act as if they are in love while they are not. The eight hours travel sacrifice, gifts bought, hotel paid for and other expenses may seem to be coming from true love but they were all in the sacrifice for sex and nothing more.

The foolish thing is this, the majority of women would jump up inside them and conclude that this is the art of true love.
Sex is not an act of commitment. Men still leave the women they sleep with on bed and start…

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