It can be a challenge for sure, but I find many of the differences between the genders to be endearing, and the diversity in turn creates an interesting balance that helps center our universes. It’s not always easy finding that center, but it’s worth looking for it, as well as do regular self evaluations, especially if patterns develop. I see both men and women fall into a negativity trap, unfortunately. The biggest culprit I see on social networks are rants about the opposite gender. I really find it unattractive, I have seen girls on my Facebook timeline blame the entire male gender when it comes down to bad choices they’ve made. Guys do the same thing. They’ll usually admit they’ve had the same problem with multiple guys, but very seldom want to hear the answer, that their vetting process is largely to blame.
I know sometimes people can be deceptive, but that’s the game called life. You become wiser to warning signs and cut the ties to unhealthy situations. Often lack of criteria, and being to shallow is what causes bad choices to be made….or having a history of being too clingy or desperate which is a turn off. Sometimes the truth is a hard pill to swallow. But it’s better to do self evaluations and accept criticism from others in order to learn and grow. If these women keep running into the same issues and get the same crappy guys, it’s time not to blame yourself…but to use positive energy and look inside yourself and be honest with yourself, to evaluate the problem. Also to work on putting systems into place to improve the vetting process.
Inherently it’s harder to hold yourself accountable but in the end it’s worth the effort. The negativity like “I’m so sick of getting used by guys, I’m so done with them all” only keeps good men away. As long as they think the worst of men, they’re going to get the worst of men. Aura works in both positive and negative situations. Mistakes don’t make us bad people….the idea is not to keep making the same ones….and learning and growth, personal and spiritual, is never over. It’s a lifelong process. Accountability and thirst for knowledge is a rewarding part of life. It’s just a matter of being open to that level of thinking, but it’s amazing how things fall into place when you do. Don’t get discouraged, get inspired.