If You Don't Make My Life Easier, I Don't Want You

The whole point of relationships is to be with someone who makes you happy right?

I want more than just laughs from a man. I want more than just a few moments of happiness. I want a man who will contribute to a life together in every way, and I refuse to settle until I find that man.

Everyday struggles make life stressful. Working, dealing with people, budgeting money so you can make sure all the bills get paid and so much more. I'm sure we all can agree that adulting is hard! So when we look for relationships, we should look for people who can contribute to lightening our struggles. Being with someone with no ambition to help build a good life makes it hard for you to create a good life because you're doing it alone, for the both of you. When starting a relationship, it's important to look at a person's aspirations and goals, because if they have none, then that isn't a relationship that you want.

I want a man who will care for me on every level, as I do for him. Someone who will actually take the time to make happiness in a home. I will not allow any man to bring me down, or try to take a free ride through life on my back.


I believe that a lot of things women settle for they shouldn't have to, and they only do because they don't think highly of themselves. It's time to change that ladies! If you are working hard or going to school to make something of yourself, and you are good to your man in every way, do NOT settle for a man that will hold you back or make your struggle. You deserve someone who is going to make things easier for you, by making sure you're taken care of as well as you take care of them.

In the end, all people want to move up in life. We all wish for endless happiness. If the person you choose to spend life with doesn't contribute or help you to be better then in time you will see that you're not happy. You will feel worn with the frustrations of making everything better on your own, and end up leaving to be on your own for real. I will not settle for less than I deserve. I will stay alone until I find someone who helps to make me better, rather than wasting time and struggling in temporary relationships that take me backward in life.

But this responsibility goes beyond being a loving and caring wife. For this same woman, the family wanted to go on a vacation. She had to spend days doing research on hotels and the fun activities to do. And when the material day arrived, everyone seems unconcerned, and they get upset when she loses it. Again, they cannot figure out why she is exhausted.

She even had to turn down tickets to go to an event outside the town – she could not imagine having to do all that planning.

Most people call this nagging, but it’s emotional labor.

Society seems to think that some responsibilities belong to the woman. And they are judged when they don’t do them.

The melatonin is also linked to physical activity, hormone levels, alertness, body temperature, digestive activity, and immune functions. Thus, light-sensitive people experience a direct impact on sleep patterns and energy levels.

Another reason why we experience a disruption in our sleep patterns is the use of artificial light. This light confuses our natural body rhythms if we’re absorbing both light types at the same time.

Because of this, you’re likely to feel irritated and perplexed due to exposure of the mixture of two light sources. You can even feel frustrated, unable to relax, or deep sleep.

But it’s very important not to put the focus on the fact that the teenager is upset. Instead, let them feel or know that they have a right to be upset, as that is the only way to get to a point where a solution to the problem would be welcome or even useful.

Overreacting will only make the crisis worse. So, when your teenage child is having a breakdown, it is not time to issue threats or ultimatums. Trying to offer solutions, however well-intended, will not help either.

Your child is not broken, he/she is slowly recreating who they are so that they can finally mature.

So, when you see a teen in a crisis, the first thing you should do is calm them down. Everything else comes later.