¡We can no longer be a bunch of empty minds living in critical times refusing to recognize real lies!

Thursday, 13 September 2012


We've all heard that simplistic definition of insanity.  That it’s “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” And the lunacy is especially ridiculous when those repetitive results are damaging. So while we may use that rule at work or in the home, why don’t we apply that philosophy to the men that we date?
Many of us have friends that date a different man every other month or so, he would bring in a new boyfriend for an introduction and then immediately begin to complain about him the ‘relationship’ when he is with just his friends. He would give us the same ole story. He didn’t do this or he isn’t good @ that, yada, yada…The same basic assessment for about every man he has dated.
Yet he always seemed genuinely surprised when his current ‘boyfriend’ end up exactly like the last one did.  But why?  Why does he expect a different result from the men that he dates when they’re nothing more than carbon copies of the ones who came before?
Insanity.  And until you do something, or date someone different, you’ll repeat the same sorry results over and over again.
So here are a few tips you can use to try to break the cycle:

Identify Your Type
Most men end up with the same kind of guy over and over again because they refuse to deviate from the shallow characteristics that qualify their “type.” Tall, muscular, six pack, we all know our physical stipulations, but what about the personality traits we’re attracted too? Nonchalant? Aggressive? Arrogant? Figure out if these are qualities that catch your attention. It may be a part of the problem.
Go For The Exact Opposite
Force yourself out of your comfort zone. Have you figured out you like the boisterous type?  Go out with the quiet guy. Normally go for light-skinned men, give the dark-skinned guy a chance. No, you probably won’t be attracted right away, but you never know what could develop if you just give it a chance. It’s not like you have to marry the man.
Ask HIM out

Are you an old fashion man who refuses to make the first move?  Stop it.  The reason that you end up with the same kind of guy could be that you unknowingly and unwillingly attract the same kind of guy. You’re somebody’s type in the same way that you have a type of your own. So single out that exact opposite guy and strike up a conversation. Besides, by always waiting for him to make a move, you’re giving strangers control over your destiny. If you initiate, you have the power.

Ever been curious about dating a white guy? Now’s the time.
Make It An Adventure

If you’re stuck in a dating rut, chances are there’s some monotony going on in other areas of your life too. Do you always go to the same hangout spots? The same clubs, bars, or restaurants? Try something new! Make it a point to go to a different venue once a month or even once a week. Take short trips to different areas or different parts of your city. Not only could it be fun and rejuvenating, but new experiences bring new people. You never know who you might meet.


  1. These are excellent suggestions, my friend! Good ideas that make sense. Unfortunately, love doesn't always make sense or follow a specific pattern. Every once in a proverbial "blue moon," you simply have to take a chance and let love take control. I did. And now, almost four years later, it's just as good as that first night!

    1. I know what you mean, I will be celebrating 5 years next month

  2. I've tried giving men i wasn't attracted to who approached me a chance. It was a very much a "lets see where this goes" type of thing. I am very much the old fashioned type you mentioned. They all ended up in the same sort of way. So getting out of my comfort zone would be going after men im attracted to and hoping for the best. My only issue with approaching first is i don't want to set the standard that i will be doing ALL of the initiating and subsequently being the dominant one in a relationship. That role is not who I'd like to be. Plus, i find that approaching men, as a beta male, often makes alpha men assume you are "thirsty" or "desperate." Perhaps in the black gay world at least...

    Also, in going to different venues, i question whether gay black men will be there. Spending time in places they do not often frequent sounds counter-productive to me. And perhaps it isn't just going to a different venue as it is going to places and approaching people as well. Even thats tricky as your gaydar will need to be set on high sensitivity.

    1. @ least you gave it the ole college try :-)

  3. I son't think I've ever had a type. Though the where was mostly the same. 2 gay bars in my entire city.

    1. I know what you mean, even to this day I have various type of men that appeal to me. Just had a convo with friend on how he can't stand the thought of kissing a white guy. I was like here we go, here we go.




Related Posts with Thumbnails