Why Play Games?

Dear readers,

The Dating game, the Newlywed game, the Bachelorette, and the Bachelor are shows for entertainment. However, relationships in real life are not games, and should not be used for amusement. No one deserves to be played, used or deceived by an individual who believes that dating or the sacred bond of marriage is a game.

Taking people for granted and having a lack of consideration for the emotional and physical investment, not to leave out trust one person puts into establishing a relationship, only  to be fooled by a mean, underhanded, evil partner who is playing a game. I address these issues concerning the damage caused to people, especially, women in my new book, The Waiting Game, by J. R. Floyd, Now Available on Amazon.

Happy reading.

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7 thoughts on “Why Play Games?

  1. I think a lot of people go into a marriage unprepared and instead of putting in the work, they’d rather leave and go to another relationship that will also have its issues, so it turns into a never ending revolving door that involves children and a lot of bitterness and unresolved issues. I’m married and I’m staying married. My hubby is stuck with me lol.

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