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Summer Time Crazieness

Why is it that relationships never last when the warm weather hits? I mean what is it that makes people loose their minds and end relationships in the summer? In the past few years I have seen plenty of what I considered to be strong relationships, solid relationships, long term committed relationships unravel and disintergrate in the summer. I don't understand what makes people think and believe that the grass is always greener on the other side? Many of us know that the grass is never green! Its brown as shit, with bumps and grooves and hidden cracks so deep that you don't see all of that craziness until after you've jumped over the fence! By then its too late. I mean I wouldn't take someone back who thought they had a "better deal" with someone else. If I wasn't good enough to stay with, then I'm damn sure not good enough to come back to. Besides you never go back...after a break up, at least I don't because the reason why the relationship failed is because something wasn't right. Ususally, when you get back together {and in my last relationship, we broke up alot} but we never got it right, because we never really straightened out the problem to begin with.

But this craziness I see people going through in the summer is unreal to me. So some of you have gotten into shape over the winter holidays and are ready to strut your stuff. But what looks good on the outside isn't necessarily a good person on the inside. I found that regardless of what a man looks like, it truly is the person on the inside that matters. You could be the best looking man, but if your not compassionate, considerate, humorous, sensitive, personal, and genuine {and ladies these characteristics apply to US also} then you have nothing.

I can't tell you how to fix this summer time craziness...but I do have an idea...but I'll post that one later...

Until then



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