Ahh, the dreaded “Fuck these bitches, get this money” mindset. Honestly, I used to be one of those types of people so I can see where the mindset would come from, but that doesn’t mean I feel like it’s a good thing.
“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves; vanity, to what we would have others think of us.” – Jane Austen
This is honestly one of my favorite issues to spar with both women and men (very rarely, mostly male feminists) alike. The issue of Vanity is a trigger to both the unfed, thirsting male’s mind and the nurture lacking, fragile mind of a woman.
In “Seeing Red: Part 1” I did an overview of my views on relationships and how they are interpreted and viewed today. In this post, I look to expand on certain ideas from that and offer ways to cultivate lasting relationships, focusing on having an mutual understanding and the notion that you are comfortable enough with each other to understand different aspects about each other.
DISCLAIMER: In various parts of this post, it may seem like I am advocating either a constant stream of long term relationships and dating, or advocating against such at all. Neither is the case, the point of this post is to expand on the beliefs and views of being in a long term relationship nowadays, and red flags to look for when potentially entering or considering entering one, I’m not here to tell you whether you should or shouldn’t be single or in a relationship.
“Riches are not to be constituted by an abundance of worldly goods, but from a content, healthy and happy mind.” ~ Aedonis “Jordan van” Bravo”
An Abundance Mentality is one of the most understated and yet necessary pieces of life, as you enter your late teens it starts to become really evident but the later on in life it is, the more important and prominently featured it becomes. Going through life you need a healthy influx of a mindset of “If this doesn’t work here it’ll work somewhere else,” and this applies to women, relationships with people, making money and many more topics. This serves as inspiration and help to create said Abundance Mentality Development in those that feel that the concept and adoption of such isn’t that clear or that simple to them.