rarely do i write anything of consequence on this blog. some may even wonder what the point is half the time (and yet you’re still reading!) but the time has come for me to get a little preachy. or thoughtful. or angry. whatever.
i have a problem. it’s called men cheating (girls can cheat too, but i’m going to stick it to the man this go round). i mean, really. WHY? what in the world are you thinking?!?! what’s the point?!?! what’s so hard about breaking up with one girl before hooking up with another? do you think you’re doing the girl a favor? you’re NOT! ridiculous. really. and while i’ve been cheated on several times (am i a cheater magnet?) that’s actually not why i’m mad. when i get cheated on, i get hurt. but when one of my friends gets cheated on, i get angry! (and right now i’m mad at you, mr. visor-wearing-blockhead.)
do you know what a girl feels like after a guy cheats on her? betrayed. rejected. not good enough. when, HELLO, clearly she’s worth quite a bit. definitely worth a man that can be loyal. where does that leave you, mr. cheater? i think it leaves you with a lot of questions. you need to sit in time-out and seriously consider who you are and why you act the way you do. cheating is indicative of some issues you need to confront, and i hope to God that you are man enough to do so.
i believe in forgiveness as well as change, and i believe in you, mr. cheater. i believe that you too are created in the image of God. i believe that God can heal whatever it is in you that’s broken. shoot. i even love you. but until you’re in a place where you can sustain a healthy relationship and make healthy decisions, please stay away from all the nice girls out there. it’s just plain mean not to.
and to the ladies, you are good enough. i promise. i am too.