Monday, August 24, 2015

Like who likes you!

Who likes you? Why don't you like them back?

I've come to realize that a lot of singles have someone chasing after them. There is an old saying that says "like who likes you, not who you like." That's one of the hardest things to do but it may be necessary. Sure, they may not be the most attractive person you've ever seen, but are they that ugly? The good thing about liking someone who likes you is that you've already been validated and affirmed. That's much better than seeking validation from someone who isn't interested in you. 

The reason why we don't like who likes us is because it's too easy. We want the person who doesn't want us because if we can get them it makes us feel worthy. We end up seeking approval instead of real love. It's time to take a long look in the mirror and make sure you're not chasing someone who is running from you. It's time to make sure you're not running from someone who is willing to give you the world. 

Tony Gaskins Jr. 


  1. I'm sorry but I don't agree with this. Life has taught me that many times those who like you a lot do so for the wrong reasons: they are only attracted to your body or lust after you, or they are desperate to find a partner and you look good enough to them. But usually, they don't genuinely like you in the sense of loving your personality and character and all of you because they haven't been in a relationship with you yet and so they cannot know exactly who you are. That is why the problems arise with the ones you have relationships with, and also why the ones who chase after you seem to be so in love with you, but that's not real love, it is lust.