Being a woman in this day and age is a lot more complicated than it used to be. We no longer have mothers who teach us how to be ladies who are mysterious, enchanting, and worthy. At one time in our history, women’s history, we were regarded as prizes to be won.
We were highly regarded and respected by the opposite sex. Our fathers set us up as little princesses and men set us up as queens. We rarely had problems with them reminding us that we are:
They competed with each other for us and bent to our will in order to have us. Sadly, now it is the reverse.
That was before the dawn of the feminist movement and unfortunately we’ve traded our tiara’s for tattered rags.We compete for them and degrade ourselves in the process just to eat the crumbs from his table.
- How often do we dress provocatively in an effort to get the attention we crave?
- How often do we accept the smile or dinner invitation from a man we don’t really find attractive or who is beneath our standards?
- How many relationships have we had out of desperation for love?
- How many conversations have we had with our girlfriends trying to figure out what men want?
- What is the price we have paid to receive that illusive love?
It’s time to stop accepting the leftovers, the crumbs men throw at you. How do you know you are accepting crumbs? If you answer yes to the following questions then you are.
- Do you wait days for his phone call?
- Does he only call you late at night and into the early morning hours?
- Does he hang out at your place instead of taking you out on the town?
- Do you pay for just as many or more dates than he does?
- Do you suspect there are other women he is dating?
- Do you feel like you have to take a number and wait in line for his attention?
These questions are just the tip of the iceberg in determining if you are waiting for crumbs to fall from the table of his life.
It’s time to declare No More Crumbs! You are probably an attractive, talented, nice woman and everyone says you should have a good man, but you are still struggling with finding one.
It’s time to put the search on hold and regain your composure and self-respect. Jump off the roller coaster and breath. Take time to get to know yourself and remember your dreams. You deserve so much more than crumbs.