A blog, an online magazine, a journal, examined further it becomes a project, an objective, a mission. Be Part Of The Narrative is a collection of men’s narrated experiences so come and be part of the narrative.

*Random Thoughts & Occurrences: “Over Thinking It”

In my past relationships I have been described as someone who, “Over Thinks It.” I am not entirely sure what that means. To be honest, the definition seems like the circumstances in which this term was used to vary from person to person. However, usually I would hear these words uttered a week prior to the ending of the relationship.

In my defense I can say looking back on the last three people I have dated all three can be best described as emotionally unavailable. To be fair I wouldn’t say they were emotional damaged or dead but it seemed commitment wasn’t something they were looking for at least with me.

It took me awhile to understand that people can sometimes pretend to be interested in something only for the sole purpose of getting what they want or need.

As a more mature person, as a more complete person. I have learned that my “over thinking it” is a warning alarm screaming at me “you’re in danger Will Robinson.”

PHOTOGRAPHY & PERMISSION GRANTED BY JR CHRISTIANSEN

Be Part Of The Narrative Contributor B.W. 

*please note the content featured on this post was not written nor represent the expressed views of the featured model or photographer.

 A blog, an online magazine, a journal, examined further it becomes a project, an objective, a mission. Be Part Of The Narrative is a collection of men’s narrated experiences so come and be part of the narrative.

website: bepartofthenarrative.com – info: contact@bepartofthenarrative.com

2 Responses to “*Random Thoughts & Occurrences: “Over Thinking It””

  1. Kitty Wu

    You say “In my defense I can say look back on the last three people I have dated all three can be best described as emotionally unavailable.” , but it also means you are, since you seem to have a nose for picking oit these kind of people. If you change you will find the ones who “won’t put you in danger”.

    Reply
    • BE PART OF THE NARRATIVE

      I have learned that people are responsible for their own conduct. You can choose to be nice to someone or you can choose to be mean. You can choose to treat someone with respect or you can chose to be disrespectful. If my partner turns out to be a cheater it doesn’t mean because on some level I’m a cheater.

      Reply

Share Your Thoughts & Be Part of The Narrative!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Basic HTML is allowed. Your email address will not be published.

Subscribe to this comment feed via RSS

%d bloggers like this: