Can I Laugh Now? *Encouraging You To See The Humor In Life’s Embarrassing Moments*
Ever been in love with two people at the same time? Can you really be in love with two people at once? Well, according to Chris Brown you can. But in my opinion, he’s still in love with Rihanna but was being comforted by Karrueche and mistook that comfort for love. Ahhhh yes! Write that one down…”mistook that comfort for love.” Now back to my initial question. I came across a picture on Instagram that prompted that question. According to the picture Johnny Depp thinks, “If you love two people at the same time, choose the second one. Because if you really loved the first one, you wouldn’t have fallen for the second.” What kind of foolishness?! So if I love someone already and I meet someone new and think I love him too, I should choose the second one and tell the first one to hit the bricks because clearly this new guy is the one for me? So what happens when I meet the third guy that I think I love? I guess number two will be the next victim. In situations like this someone ends up hurt and that boomerang eventually comes back searching for a target. If this is how I decide who I really love, my relationship status will have a very high turnover rate…a never ending cycle. How could I possibly know this? Well, if you’ve learned anything from reading my blogs or watching my vlogs you know I have an experience to go along with my disagreement for this relationship theory.
Picture it, Sicily, 1998…Ha…okay it wasn’t Sicily it was Tennessee. And I won’t give you the year because some of you people are smart enough to put a timeline together and start figuring out names…can’t have that. So, a few years ago I had a situation where I had feelings for this guy but the situation was strange, to say the least. After a while I met someone else and decided to push my feelings aside for the first guy and jump head first into a situation with the new guy, even though my heart was clearly with guy number one. For some reason I thought guy number two would be soooo much better. So I stopped talking to guy number one and began my tumultuous journey with guy number two. Fast forward a few years, guy number two is now married, and not to me. Guy number one is off living his life not thinking about me and I’m, well, writing this blog telling you not to believe that ridiculous theory by Mr. Depp. Oh and did I mention I still have feelings for guy number one and he could care less? Yep, my decision bit my in the _ _ _!
So what should we base our decisions on when it comes to matters of the heart? The answer is simple…God and your heart should guide all of your decisions. I know many people say that when making decisions you have to but your emotions on the back burner. I agree with that, but only in certain situations. When it comes to who you love you should use your heart. If you use your head only, you will never take risks. Trust me I know, I always use my head and put my heart on ice when it comes to love and what am I? Say it with me….SINGLE! Now I’m not saying that you should never use common sense in love, but what I am saying is sometimes you have to follow your heart. Now if your heart is telling you that you want to be with someone else, then maybe you don’t need to be in a relationship. But never, I repeat NEVER, leave the one you’re with for someone else. Because that person will in turn leave you for someone else.
Do me a favor, if you’re in a relationship and you are falling for or have feelings for someone else, take the time to evaluate your current relationship and figure out why you’re feeling this way. At some point in every relationship, questions of whether or not two people should be together will arise. Some may start to get bored when the man or woman suddenly gets too comfortable and stops doing the things they once did to make their partner happy. Changes may occur in the relationship that may not be so easy for some to deal with.
Take the time to step away from the relationship and see if this is where you want to be. I said step away from the relationship, not step to another person, stay with me. I hate when people jump from relationship to relationship. Being unhappy in your relationship is not your cue to run to someone else. You’ll never find the one that truly makes you happy if you can’t be happy by yourself. Love, or what we think is love, can be very confusing at times. But when in doubt we can always go to God. Proverbs 3:5-6 says, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight.” So if you find yourself in love with two people, take that situation to God and ask yourself which one really has your heart and which one is just your “comforter.”
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