Passionate people DON’T want a quick fix…

I happen to be born on Valentine’s Day, I’m not sure if that plays a part in why I love so hard but I do. It’s difficult being me lol… We live in a very cold world and our generation sadly doesn’t give a fuck about no one but themselves so someone like me, a (lover) will get walked the fuck over. Most of us are mentally and emotionally messed up because of what people have done to us in the past. We get in these bogus ass relationships with people and go hard for them to end up looking stupid in the end. They stayed inconsistent, lied and cheated and the person after them the did the same. People want your loyalty, your time and devotion but DON’T WANT YOU.

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People that are passionate don’t want a quick fuck like the rest of this generation. We want something REAL, something worth it. Most people who are truly passionate people, (and not just in the bed lol) are usually what you would call an old soul.

AM I WRONG?

First off, real love is like an endangered species… HARD TO FIND. People out here just LYING straight up to yo face. And the ones that do claim to love you/have loved you probably don’t even know what real love is to even be able to offer it to you.

Someone with an old soul is in tuned, conscious, loving, caring and passionate about it. They are tasteful in good music, they are deep thinkers and communicators, they know how to make you feel loved. We don’t desire relationships that lack substance, we crave connections, intimacy and want something that will ideally last a lifetime. The reason most relationships don’t work out is because there’s not many of us left. Majority of this generation wants to skip the difficult stuff and get right to the point, which is SEX. I bet if guys could skip taking you out to wine and dine you they would, but they don’t because they try to establish some sort of trust with you so you can actually sleep with them after the fact…

Someone tweeted the reason this generation complains about bad sex is because the majority of people are lacking connections and passion! THAT’S WHY YOUR SEX IS WACK. NOSUBSTANCE. I think that’s why people like my parents and their generation got to experience REAL LOVE. They fed off of REAL connections. They didn’t have cell phones and social media and the list of other distractions we have today. They got to know each other face to face, and outside of that, the only other way to communicate was a home landline. Every minute was spent getting to REALLY know the other person organically.

Sooo many people these days just want to fuck and keep it moving, especially men. No one wants to invest and devote time to just ONE person it seems like, everyone is in it for the moment.

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Truthfully, I’d rather pass. A good time is great, but what else? What happens after the great euphoria of emotions while with you?

Look, I don’t even want to be bothered with it… I’m too old for it and more times out of none it’s just a waste of time or simply “A good time.”

Passionate people just want the real deal, real love, and real authenticity. I desire a love like in the 90’s, those were some passionate people, foreal…

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14 thoughts on “Passionate people DON’T want a quick fix…

  1. Ikr…its become so hard to find that real love. When you talk about it, it is like you are being too demanding and asking for the impossible. I give my all but it’s like your all is a waste of time these days.

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  2. No listen sis you did the things with this post ❤ I relate. It’s the reason why I’ve been single for so long people, men, just want a good time and I am too emotional for that shit honestly. I want what my parents have not what I see on IG really😪 want real love.passion.

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  3. Yessss!!!! I completely agreee!! I definitely feel you and your views on love. I used to think I was asking for too much. Because I didn’t want to date around. I wanted something real and powerful. The 90s definitely made it more simple to meet someone and seriously court them. I love how you can “hear and feel” how passionate you are about love in this piece!

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  4. I think the landscape of our culture is changing; we don’t have to do/be in relationships like we used to. I still revel in connection which is why I don’t have casual sex but there are some people that don’t value it because they don’t have to. It’s much harder to look in the mirror and be completely honest with yourself about yourself and your needs. The 90s were a trash time to be in a relationship though! 😂😂 At least I can have a clue about how he’s liking her Instagram pics, check the iCloud and find my iPhone him while he’s creeping, lol. (I don’t do any of these things IRL but for the sake of the comment lmao).

    Lovers exist because you exist. For as special and rare you are, so is your mate. 😍

    Dom
    http://www.DivaNamedDom.com

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    1. Lmao! You sound like me creeping on IG & icloud 😂
      I don’t do that anymore tho, that was the old me hahaha.
      And as far as the relationships go I think it’s a bad time to be in a relationship NOW. People don’t want love they just want a fix like I was saying in my post.
      I have quite a few family members that have been married just as long as I’ve been alive and that for me is inspiration. Looking at their old videos and pictures hearing their stories let’s me know that real love actually does exists. I admire them bc they have something that a lot of us want which is something REAL.

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      1. A big part of me agrees with you but the reality of their situations vary greatly. Back in the day, women suffered in silence and relationship trauma, infidelity, extra marital children—all of those things were kept mum.

        Hopefully that sense of togetherness with another person you’ll find. I do think it’s possible!

        Dom
        http://www.DivaNamedDom.com

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  5. I think you romanticise the 90’s too much with the misconception that just because we didn’t have the internet or cell phones that we weren’t doing the same things your generation is doing now. The friends with bennies, hookup culture is a product of the creepin’, keep-it-on-the-down-low, booty call culture of prior generations.
    You also have to factor in that women are earning more degrees and entering the workforce in greater numbers than men. In other words, they are fast becoming the “shot callers”, exercising more independence especially when it comes to sex. There’s no need for a commitment or a trip down the aisle to get your freak on! It’s just that you’ve let your experiences cause you to generalize your generation in a negative way.

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    1. I do, the 90’s was simpler. It was better.
      I’m aware of that but the point that I’m making is there was a difference. Not only in the relationships but people PERIOD. Do you actually see this generation ? Do you hear the music? Do you hear our lingo? How we act? How we treat each other? It’s BAD.
      I’d rather not be apart of it.
      The 90’s and 2018 is not in any way comparable, that’s why I feel the way I do about it.
      Thanks for reading !!

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  6. Yeeeeees Dolce! A 90s love is a real kind of love. 😏 “Either come closer or stay away. Having you inbetween is very exhausting.” I absolutely love this quote because it is so reeeeeaaaaaal. Those inbetween people are those “iffy” kinds of people. You know the type? The kind that is always so wishy washy and has no idea what they want to do. 😩 Those types of people always leave me feeling like, “Ugh….so what am I really doing?” I feel like many, not all people, waste time. So many guys of this generation love to quote things like, “If it ain’t about the money, then what we talking about?” 💰Maaaan, sheeeeeeuuuuuut up! How about this from a young woman’s point-of-view: “If the goal ain’t marriage, THEN WHAT ARE WE TALKING FOR?” Boy, bye! 👉🏽

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