Vanishing Game Part 2

The number 1 thing girls always want to do when they don’t hear from a guy is reach out to the guy.

Unfortunately, this is the exact opposite of what a girl should do.

There is no good reason for a guy to just vanish on you one day.

Unless something drastic happened, which usually is never the case.

As girls, we think more often with our hearts vs our brains when it comes to the male species.

We attempt to justify why we should reach out.

1.) His phone broke.

2.) He was in a terrible accident.

3.) He is really busy with work and he would love to talk to us, he just can’t because he’s preoccupied.

4.) He’s waiting for us to make that move.

5.) We did something wrong to upset him.

This is just a short list of the many things we tell ourselves to justify why he hasn’t reached out and why we need to make this move. The list goes on…

But none of these reasons are usually valid.

1.)If his phone broke and he really wanted to speak to you, there are other methods. Social media, maybe he knows where you live, your workplace, his phone was probably backed up and he has your number…

2.) More often than not, we don’t want to think he was in a horrible accident. But well, if he was, I mean it all makes sense now. Duh! How could he reach you if he’s in the hospital?! This, my dears is rarely the case.

3.) He is NEVER too busy!!! This one I can’t stress enough. I don’t care if he has 5 projects at work due this week. Fool has got to eat at some point. A quick take out or sit down dinner or dinner at his or your house never hurt anyone. A guy will make time for what he feels is important. If he’s too busy, you’re not that important in his life. You’re just a convenience.

4.) If he’s playing the whole waiting on you to make a move, the guy isn’t that interested and he’s probably already moved on to the next girl. A guy who wants you isn’t going to be playing games to see who reaches out to who first. He wants to talk to you. He wants to be in your presence. This guy is probably already on date #3 with another 2 girls.

5.) You didn’t do anything wrong. The guy just doesn’t care. He can’t even tell you why he’s ready to stop seeing you because he never took you seriously to begin with.

Again, this is a short list of what females tell themselves is the reason they don’t hear from who they believe is the right guy.

The right guy won’t keep you guessing. He will be straightforward with his intentions and dreams when it comes to you.

The one who isn’t coming around, is not the one. Don’t try and beg for his attention. That never works.

He might come around for another couple weeks just to use you or for your undivided attention that you give him. Just like a child he will crave this attention, but don’t expect it in return.

This type of man will never see your value and thus continue to hurt you till you finally break free from him and his hold on you.

Vanishing Game

Have you ever met someone and things are going great and then poof, like magic, they disappear? 

I mean not literally, in the sense. more-so like they start giving you stupid excuses as why their communication skills have changed with you ever so suddenly. 

You hear various excuses, like “I’m sorry, I’ve been so busy lately,” or “Sorry, work’s been crazy.” 

This recently happened to me, it happens to the best of us. 

I was talking to this guy, he was beyond attractive, in my opinion. Has a great career, is really funny, we had a great connection. Things were going well and then suddenly, things changed. 

Less contact, no longer making plans. 

Giving excuses for the lack of communication. 

At the end of the day, I’m a big girl, and can honestly handle any truth, even if it isn’t something I’d like to hear, I can accept it. 

But what sucks is when you don’t get the truth, when you get these generic responses. 

That’s when you start wondering so many different things. 

You can’t shut your brain off because all you do is replay various scenarios in your head. 

Then you shift to the blame game. You question what you did wrong. Had I done scenario 2 versus 1, things would’ve worked out with this person. 

When in reality this has nothing to do with what you did wrong, more so what the other person failed to do. 

Which was give you the actual reasoning, the closure as to why things didn’t work out. 

I think it takes a certain type of person to not be able to give you this. A low life, someone with no respect for others. 

To me these types of people are the worst because unless you did something extremely wrong to them, there is no reason to ever keep someone hanging. 

Wondering where the hell they went wrong. 

It’s not right. 

In my next blog post, I’ll talk about what you shouldn’t do when someone pulls the vanishing game on you. 

Miss Jetset Magazine 2019

Jetset Modeling Competition

Hey guys! Just wanted to update you guys on something new I’m participating in!!!

Drumroll please…

2019’s Miss Jetset Magazine cover competition!

I’ve never done with these so I’m excited but also kinda nervous about it!

If I win, I get to be on the cover of a magazine that icons such as Jessica Alba and Jennifer Lopez have been on! So exciting!!

Plus I would get $50,000 which would be super beneficial for me to pay bills and help my parents out more financially with all the medical bills they’ve accrued throughout the years.

This would be amazing because this is one of their huge stressors. I don’t blame them, I get stressed for them!

Also I’d get to win a vacation to somewhere beautiful! You guys know I love my traveling!

If you guys want to help me win, please click the link above and cast your votes!

Attached are some of the pictures I’ve posted on my Jetset profile!

There are more in the link!

So nervous and excited! Hoping I win, but even if I don’t I’m honored to have been selected to participate!

Jetset Modeling Competition

Realization

Have you ever felt like you knew someone completely, only to find out that person isn’t who you thought they were?

That recently happened to me.

Someone I thought I’d be friends with till the end of time.

Ended up not quite being the person I thought they were.

Sometimes in friendships, you go through a rough patch, just like you would in a relationship of any sort.

But once someone takes advantage of your trust, it’s really hard to get that back.

It’s so difficult to get over that, nearly impossible.

I mean, you probably still have a great big place in your heart for that person, but once you realize you can’t tell them everything you thought you could because just as easily they will throw you under the bus.

Something private for you, will be something they can just share easily with others.

Meanwhile the bad things they do, they expect you to keep a secret. Not expose them.

It is such a shame to find out that people nowadays can’t be trusted.

A true friend is hard to find, if you find one keep them close.

But remember that just as easily this person could end up letting you down.

The Spark

What is the spark that everyone so strongly desires? The thing you hear about in movies and hope and pray for for yourself…

When you find yourself constantly searching for the one, what is it that you’re really looking for?

Is it the acceptance behind finding someone who truly accepts you for all your faults, your imperfections.

Perhaps it’s that immediate connection you feel, which honestly you can end up having with several people in your lifetime.

Most often what people look for is that spark. That feeling of finding your person.

But the spark isn’t always right, sometimes your judgement on the spark can be wrong, terribly wrong.

You can feel that this is your forever person because you’ve found your spark, but truthfully this person is just your for now person.

In today’s dating world, people often feel like they feel that spark, that connection on a deeper level often. So often that some would question if the spark even exists anymore.

After all, how many times can you truly fall in love without just being the person who moves on too quick and doesn’t know love at all.

Sometimes you find yourself going on dates with someone over and over because that person is nice, but you know deep down that person isn’t right for you.

There is no connection, no spark. There are no nervous butterflies when you see him, that feeling of missing someone so deeply isn’t there.

Try as you might, the spark doesn’t come. Perhaps the person isn’t right for you, even if they are a good person.

Or perhaps too much thought and emphasis is put on this so called spark we all long for.

Which eventually leads to being alone due to not finding the spark….

Lost

The hardest thing in life when you’re dating and alone is to make sure you don’t end up with someone who is lost. 

Being with someone lost is worse than being alone. Let me tell you why, half the time that other person isn’t available. 

Perhaps, physically they are. But mentally and emotionally, they won’t be. They will just be a physical space, a body of mass. 

It’s never fun being with someone lost. 

One who’s lost can’t give you what you truly need. They themselves don’t know who they are, what they want, or where they’re going. 

So oftentimes being with someone lost, makes you go astray from your plans, your ambitions. 

Surrounding yourself with like-minded people truly is your best bet. Not just in dating, but in friendships, and even with family members. If you have a family member who is always putting you down or thinks you should do something that doesn’t feel right to you or isn’t in your line of dreams, don’t do it. 

I dated a guy who was lost before.

Lost in every way. 

He thought he wanted to be with me, but he really didn’t. 

He just wanted a change of scenery, a change of pace in his life. 

I was the golden ticket.

The opportunity to run away from his demons and start anew. 

That’s what he did, he used me to try and escape his past. Thinking that being with me would solve his problems. 

But a person can’t solve your problems for you, try as they might (let me tell you, I really tried). 

The only way to change your patterns of behavior and become someone else is to consciously make that choice everyday. Only you can change you and your life and whatever it is you don’t like in it. 

A lost person will try and drag you down at whatever cost, and this is so draining on the other person in the relationship. You’re not happy because the lost person isn’t happy, so you try and change to fit their needs, when really the one who should be changing is the one who’s lost. 

A lost person will weigh you down and make you feel like you are often the one doing something wrong since they will never be happy because they don’t know what it is they are doing that is causing them to be so unhappy with their lives. 

Believe me, it’s not you. It’s them. 

So the next time someone lost approaches you, turn the other way.

Literally, get up and walk away. 

Don’t try and change anyone but yourself, because that is the only person you are responsible for and the only person you can control. 

Leave the lost to continue to roam around lost, it isn’t your responsibility to fix these people and much less date them. 

Relationships with a lost individual will go nowhere quick. 

I know it’s hard to leave someone who’s lost. It’s even harder than leaving a stable person. You feel as if you’re somewhat responsible for helping them. 

You’re not. 

Once you leave and time has passed, you’ll see everything for what it truly was. 

A waste of time with a person who isn’t even worth your breath. 

Much less your time. 

I know it sounds harsh, but once that lost being is out of your life, your quality of life will improve drastically and you’ll live a much happier/worry less life.  

After all, you’ll no longer have to babysit an adult and that in itself is wonderful news! 

Dating in 2019

So I decided to start writing about dating in this new year. 

I’ll have several posts in this category because I have a lot to say about dating in this time and age…

Unfortunately most of the stuff I’ve experienced has been quite bad. 

But all in all, I think this can be helpful to others. 

My experiences will be used to help you guys have better luck in your dating lives and not make the same mistakes I’ve made!! 

So, you’re welcome!! 🙂 

At this point I would call myself a seasoned dater, as I’ve dated all sorts of men and have been at the drawing board since I was about 16, maybe we’ll count it as 17 since my first relationship only lasted 1 week. 

No point in counting that boy. 

Most of my relationships have been long, so it’s the points in between the relationships that I really want to talk about. 

The points when I was single and often resorted to dating apps in my later life, in order to escape the loneliness. 

Attention: Some of these posts will end up being pretty raw!!

I never thought I’d be THAT girl. 

The one who was 28 years old and still single. 

The one who wasted several years on losers, bad boyfriends, unhealthy relationships, dating app fails. 

But here I am. 

So here goes…dating in 2019 is, what’s the word I’m looking for here…DIFFICULT 

There are a lot of secret codes in today’s dating world…don’t call or text the guy after a first date. If you don’t hear from him, he’s not interested. Don’t kiss a guy on a first date, if you do you’re a slut. If you don’t sleep with a guy, you’re a prude. 

I can go on and on…

The truth is it’s hard to figure out what you should do when dating someone. What’s considered socially acceptable. The norm. 

You don’t want to be a slut, but you don’t want to be made fun of for being a prude. 

Well good news ladies! Do whatever it is that makes you feel like you are living the way you should be living and NEVER EVER drop your morals or values to keep a guy! 

NEVER!!!!

If he ever tries to make you do something you don’t want to do or aren’t ready to do, drop him, because that my friend is a guy who will only end up using you to fulfill his needs and will then drop you eventually. 

It all ends the same.

All guys aren’t bad. It’s just hard to find a good guy who is sincere through all the same bullshit guys will tell you to get in your pants. 

Been there, done that.

Guys use the same stupid lines repeatedly as if they don’t have a brain to come up with something original. 

“I’ve never met anyone like you,” “This time it feels different,” “I’ve never loved anyone the way I love you,” “It just feels right,” “I would die without you.” 

See the problem is when you’ve heard these lines enough, as I have, they lose their value. 

Which is good, because at that point you are no longer wearing the blindfold that shields you from douchebags. 

Now I’m not saying if you’re guy is great and tells you these lines, he’s just trying to use you. He might genuinely believe he feels this way about you.

Just be cautious, because guys use these lines as much as they change their socks. 

***In the next post in this series, I’ll talk about the first time I ventured into the dating app world!