by Bo Beaudoin
Yes Sis, unfortunately for quite a few people height and weight are a really BIG deal. :-) No pun intended. People are shallow and all too concerned with what other people might “think” about them and the person who is the object of their affection. The average person is simple minded and quick to point out flaws and quirks with others in an attempt to mask their own insecurities and low self worth.
by Chris Green
We know this plight of relationships have been in debate for decades now with what appears to be no positive peaceful solution in sight. I am still single myself. Never been married, never had sex yet, thus, for some of you, you may have no desire or reason to read what I have to say off the "expectation for experience". If so, that's cool, you are entitled to that; but what I will say is that when one embraces and honors expectations and demands toward another, I feel that they are digging themselves a hole. That hole is called selfishness.
by Shannon Y. Tanner
The wounded woman emasculates
The wounded woman enters her marriage, often making her new man responsible for the men who have hurt or disappointed her in the past. This woman places an unrealistic level of expectation on a man, she forgets he is flesh and blood. I was this woman. I entered my marriage with an “independent STRONG woman “baby I GOT this, just hold my purse, bravado!” But inside, I was broken. The outside strength was a shield to guard against my deepest fear…I was not worthy of a man who would care for me, love me, protect me. I did not trust God or men to keep their word.