I owe you a big apology. Normally I’ll send you and the other members of the GPS for Love community e-mails and blogs at least two days a week (normally Tues and Fridays). It’s part of my weekly routine and on those days it’s the very first thing I do, after my morning run to Starbucks for my Venti Vanilla Chai Latte.
But yesterday I experienced a sever case of brain Flatulence.
You see, each year Natalie & I take the boys to Pennsylvania to spend the day at our favorite water park.
This past weekend we had decided that we were going to go on Thursday but after looking at the weather on Monday we decided to pull a switcheroo and go yesterday instead.
Well, needless to say I pulled out of the driveway and 15 mins into the trip my brain went …”Oh, Sh*t, I forgot to send my blog out.”
Now keeping my agreements and staying in integrity is important to me, not just because of how I want to be respected and perceived by others. But because it is who I want to be and how I want to show up in the world.
But sometimes I just mess up and when I do the first thing I need to do is clean it up.
Because that is what us MEN do.
Now I’m not sharing this with you to make myself look good. That’s not my intention at all.
The reason I’m sharing this with you is because I want you to understand how to recognize a MAN.
as I have told you countless times before there are a ton of “boys” out there.
There are a ton of guys who don’t take responsibility for their actions, who don’t keep their agreements and who make all kinds of bullsh*t excuses when they screw up.
All guys are gonna mess up (including me)
Sometimes life just happens and it prevents a guy from keeping his agreements and sometimes (like for me yesterday) a guy will have a brain fart and he’ll just drop the ball.
But how a guy responds when he drops the ball, is a great indicator of whether that guy is a “boy” or a “MAN”.
Hope this helps!
Have you ever dated a guy or been in a relationship with a guy who consistently dropped the ball? Did you continue to pursue him or stay in a realtionship with him, even though you knew you couldn’t trust him or rely on him?
What can you learn from that experience and how can you use it as you go forward in your love life?
Take some Mirror Time to explore your truth and after you do scroll dwon to the comments section and share what you have learned and how you’re going to use it to help you create the relationship you’re really looking for.
Have a Blessed Day!