Expectations

Dear readers,

At last  my one true love has come. My dear you asked me what do I expect of you. This is a difficult question to answer. Why? Usually expectation leads to disappointment.

But since you asked………………..

Be a man of honor, compassion and above all  have patients.

Stand by my side through all circumstances, and open your heart and take me as I am.

Show me the best of what you have to offer as a man.

Be my best friend, confidant, lover, should to cry on when the world is crushing me.

The arms that protect me from the wolves of this world.

To sit in silence and hold my hand when there is no needs for words.

To walk with me while I fight the good fight.

Do all these things and I will show you the best woman I can be.

What Say You?

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One comment

  1. Michael Roach Jr

    Generally speaking often times expectation leads to disappointment for two reasons. 1. The reality of expectations are unrealistic, 2. There is no room left in the relationship for error. In short you can’t expect a person to be perfect and then get upset when that same individuals falls short of that perfection…..Again generally speaking if we understand and learn the tendencies, personality traits, characteristics etc of the person we are with then we can begin to know what to expect and how to deal with what we have instead of the opposite. I was taught it’s not what a person says, does or how an individual responds in a situation, but it’s what’s in between the lines of the speech, and actions that will allow you in the psyche of a person. IMO that’s where the lessons are. We need to be quick to listen, slow to speak, and even slower to respond. I think this apporoach would solve a lot of relationship problems. Learning this lesson the hard way has taught me to trust people to be who they are, this method has lowered by disappointment because the expectation rate is lower by the reality of what is being portrayed.

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