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IMG_0246The thing about life is, it puts you in uncomfortable positions forcing you to make the decisions you’ve been procrastinating about and face lifes demands head on, especially when the end result is something big. It is only when you’ve seen the consequences of not making those decisions rear their ugly heads that you know it’s time. Things in life start to make sense when you get yourself to a point where you can look outside of whatever situation and see the big picture. But can you do all of these things and learn everything you need to learn by yourself? Some of us wish we could (ME), but unfortunately we can not. Which is where those we trust to confide in play a very large part in the way the rest of our lives go.

I dont believe in coincidences so I feel every person that comes into your life has a role. To introduce you to something or someone that will fulfill a purpose later on, show you a weakness or strength within yourself, most times its to ignite change. As I’ve gotten older I now realize that even though we adapt to alterations in our life, we dont necessarily like it. We endure it because, well we have to, nothings going to stay the same forever. With that being the case, relationships is probably the biggest change that one will undergo. Business relationships, friendships, mother-daughter, father-son, sometimes they change but its never really internal differences that are set to be recognized. The biggest and most drastic changes in my opinion are those that are coined romantic, I like the word intimate. Its a little more loving and a lot less platonic.

On both ends it is very easy to see the changes, however they can be positive or negative. Thats when one has to make sure that they are their own person beforehand, so that the changes dont make you lose yourself instead of becoming a better you. As I’ve watched couples get older together and learn more about each other, it was easy to witness them changing for one another. Alot of times, the changes that I’ve noticed in men are their emotional vocalism. Men arent too keen on speaking their minds to the women in their lives. So when they get close to a woman, a woman that cares, thats the first thing that is put into effect to adjust. Speak up, firmly and respectfully, but speak up. Say what you feel and why you feel that way. Men tend to not want to because for so long its been made to seem as if they arent entitled to have emotions.

Yet for women, particularly women of this modern day the change that is task to be made is relaxing that dominance. Due to the struggle that we’ve seen our foremothers suffer from we were raised to be hyper masculine. We were taught that we dont need a man and to never let one feel like you need him or you lose.

This is what separates a partnership from a relationship. In a relationship its all based off love and feelings, in a partnership its based off companionship. Love and feelings are the bonus. When you have a partner you feel like you have a confidant and that things will be ok because youre not in this alone. In a relationship the most that probably happen is youll cry to your mate about that issue and then its fixed. But you dont long to know that person inside and out, their goals, dreams, aspirations, deepest fears, worst nightmare, insecurities. Those are things your best friends know. But your partner should be that and some more. Your happiness should mean the world to them and vice versa.

So moving forward in this wretched world speak what you seek until you see what you said. Bond with them and allow them to bind with you.

With Love,

Storie Stone

The Storie Will Be Televised

B R I L L I A N T. Successful Project Product. Proud Black Sheep and all around Thoroughbred. 26. Planted in Chicago,IL | Blossomed in Atlanta, GA

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