If you've been asking yourself questions about why it seems that we just can't get it right in our relationships, and you want more, this is the blueprint to help you navigate during your search. In this book the author uses his life experiences, and those of several men and women of different ethnicities, ages, and cultures to give relationship advice to both sexes. The author has travelled the world and put in over 5 years of research travelling to over 25 countries discussing these topics. The Truth provides answers to today's most pressing issues about relationships, and lays out the roadmap to help you navigate. This book will appeal to readers interested in relationships self-help books.
Songwriter, Music producer & engineer, graphics designer, NOTHING that screams author. Father of 2 boys and a girl, Husband, and now Author. Never intended to become an author it just sort of happened. I've been playing the piano since about 7. Moving into the next phase of my life helping people with their relationships.
Every guy won't be good to you. Weed them out. Don't let bad experiences make you bitter. Keep a fresh perspective.
The Truth: Keepin' It 100
This chapter is about anything that has been added to your life by lying, cheating guys, jealous women, baby’s daddy’s or baby’s mothers. Being bitter is one of the extra things we carry around. There are lots of bitter women in this world, but women didn’t start off being bitter. Something made them this way. This chapter is about all the experiences our lives have put on us, and the resulting behavior. As a result of these experiences, we develop a natural reaction that we rarely notice or change until something drastic happens. It often prevents us from experiencing those things in life that we would otherwise enjoy. It clouds our mind and our thinking, and it distorts the true nature of those things. So I will focus on those that most often have something to do with our relationships, and some steps we can take to combat those things, so we don’t take them into our next relationship.
The big one that I’ve mentioned several times in this book already is trust and insecurity. I include them together because one usually leads to the other. I have a daughter and she’s currently seventeen. I give her the same advice that I’d give to a 32 year old divorced mother of two or a single mother of four, or even an older woman over 50. These are the result of bad experiences. Earlier I stated that every man won’t treat you right. But one thing I have learned is that men will only do what a woman lets him do. He will only go as far as you let him. He will push the limits. That’s the nature of a guy. If you accept him calling you disrespectful names, he will do it. And the crazy thing is sometimes you refer to yourself as such. So in some cases, it’s self-inflicted, in which case you are responsible for the way you are treated. But back to trust and insecurity, oftentimes girls experience things quicker than boys do. Also, you may notice that women tend to mature faster than men do. With that said, tons of women start dating guys at a pretty young age, sometimes at thirteen and fourteen. I know some mothers may not want to hear this, but it’s the truth. So by the time they’re in their twenties, they’ve already been talking to a bunch of young knuckleheads who have no clue how to treat a woman, much less how to be a good husband or father. Therefore, young women are often already scorned before they have even had the opportunity to meet The Good Man, and they will spend a large portion of their lives wondering why they get stuck with crappy guys, or a lifestyle that they feel they didn’t choose. That’s when the question arises, “Why can’t guys just be real?” I tell my daughter that even if you don’t realize it, the choices you make when you’re young have an impact on your results as you get older. The same is true about the men you choose. When this process is done over and over, it creates a wall within women’s hearts that is covered with barbed wire.