Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The "Good Gay Guy"

Today I want to talk about something that a lot of people either think they are, or they think that have. I will admit that this may be a bit of a rant mixed in with advice as I constantly hear about and it frustrates me so. Before I begin, I only have one thing to say to those of you that believe that you are God's (or Goddess whichever you prefer) Gift to humanity. I am sorry to say this, but if you honestly think this, then you surely are not any gift to anyone. This assumption comes from an overgrown ego which is by far a good thing. A little errogance is ok, but once it passes that level to where you think you are the best thing to walk the planet, that is when you cease to be a "Good Guy." I know this is going to sound very cliche, but the beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Quit thinking you are perfection incarnet and just be. The best thing you can be is yourself and once you have mastered that, you will have many friends and lovers. I would also like to add that a little modesty never hurt anybody.

My advice to those of you who think you have the perfect man is: Huzzah for you. But I strongly advise that you refrain from bragging about how good your man is. I say this because, although he may be your perfect match, in the eyes of someone else, he may be the worst thing to walk the planet. Your opinion of the man you are dating is just that, your own opinion. If he has ex-boyfriends, I am sure there is a reason that he is not with them anymore. Also, in all actuality, if you decided to boast and brag about your so-called perfect man, that will make things that much more difficult if and when he decides to break things off with you. It would be a shame to brag about how perfect your man is only to have to explain why he was so unperfect the day after he leaves you. Also, it is just common discourtesy to brag about your successful relationship to a friend who is single and not so happy about it.

I want to end this by saying that I am not here to verbally bash your relationship, for those of you who are in one. I am also not trying to tell you that you are not a good person. The point I am trying to get across is that a person should never be anything other than themselves. Another point I would like to make is that bragging about anything is never good. You have what you have as I have what I have.

Blessed Be
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