Do You Have Room For A Relationship? By Michael Baisden
Some people are single because they haven’t made room in their lives for a relationship. And when I say made room, I mean that literally. Do you have room in your closet, do you have room in your drawers, do you have room in the medicine cabinet, do you have room in your schedule?
How can we expect someone of quality to be attracted to us when we design our whole lives to fit only us? We live in just enough space to fit in our stuff; we only have enough space in our schedule for our friends, kids, family, work, church and maybe the gym. Emotionally, we’re invested in our friends and their issues. And then we have the audacity to ask, why am I not meeting any quality single men or women? My answer is, you don’t have room for one!
People are working longer hours to make ends meet, there’s homework with the kids, three to four hours of sports or reality TV every night, Facebook and Instagram take up another hour or two a day, and let’s not forget the hour-long phone conversations and texting with friends gossiping about absolutely nothing! So why are you so surprised that you’re single? You don’t deserve a good man or a good woman! They require your time!
And for the ladies, I need you to write this next lesson down and share it with all your girlfriends. Men do not, will not, never have and never will date a woman who is unavailable. They may stick around for a month or two if you’re attractive and the sex is good, but after that, they’ll be gone like a puff of smoke. Poof!
But here’s the interesting part: Most of those men and women who are too busy or unwilling to make space in their closets, in their drawers, and in their schedules are most often the ones who wind up in affairs with men and women who are married. You don’t have to worry about them taking up your busy schedule or valuable space; they have plenty of closet and drawer space at home with their spouses and children. All they need is a chair to drape their underwear over for their Friday night booty call.
When you limit your emotional, mental and physical space, you’re projecting part-time energy into the universe, and you’ll get back exactly what you deserve — a part-time lover. I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it a thousand times, Karma is real!
~ Michael Baisden
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