Merry Christmas to all, and all a good night huh, now we all living the good life yeah, though it’s forty below the wind chill and we wiping snow up off the windshield it’s still, wonderful night to be alive, baby and I’m, so happy I’m with my baby and we a lil late with the Christmas gifts rushing for the mall, don’t trip, you know I drive crazy the streets lit up, it feel like Christmas officially told her that “You the star at the top of my Christmas tree” my only question is, “Where my presents?” she said, “Shhh,” she got a gift for me that ain’t for the kids to see well, I like the way you think, mami now pour some more eggnog in you drink, mami got a surprise for you that ain’t on your Christmas list-es gave her the hot chocolate, she said “It’s D-ricious”
I heard great advice today that I thought I’d share. Now i’m no relationship expert trust me, I have only been in two actual “relationships” with my first one ending horribly.
“Just because you invested time into someone is one of the worst excuses to stay with them.”
There comes a point in a relationship where you’ve come to a certain understanding of your significant other. Usually people stay together because they feel like it’s a waste throwing away a 1 year + relationship because you’ve put so much work into it. If you’re dating someone for a year or more chances are you know them pretty well. A lot of people rush into relationships without even realizing they aren’t right for each other. When they finally get to know know them well enough most of the time they doubt their relationship at a certain point. When you get to that point of doubt and question your relationship chances are it’s going no where. There are times when you feel like you aren’t as “in love” with the person you’re with, especially over a long period of dating. I’m not saying you should leave them, but if you ever hold on to something because you put so much time and effort into them you’re most likely wasting more of your own time.