I was nominated by Nafeesah Utteenun for the 3-day challenge.
Thank you Nafy.
No doubt, this exercise was created to get writers juices flowing and develop the habit of writing every day.
This is always been true for me.
But writing every day does NOT mean it is worth reading every day.
Would you agree?
So, on to it:
“Most women set out to try to change a man, and when they changed him, they don’t like him.” Marlene Dietrich (1901-1992)
There is an obvious statement.
But, as the Chinese philosophers might state, marriage or partnership is one of energies, the Ying, and Yang. Though the energies are are very different, they continually try to balance the other.
So, in a way, Marlene’s statement means that, though she said it tongue in cheek.
Regardless, many millions of taxpayer dollars have been spent proving men and women are different. Countless books have been written on the topic of good and broken relationships.
It is one of the highest highs and lowest lows a person can go through gaining or losing a loving relationship.
Each of you knows examples of both, but I would beat the next taxpayer-funded study that the broken ones far outnumber the good ones.
When will we stop trying?
Vive la Difference!