How To Not Let Emotions Run Your Life
Whaddup everybody! We’ve got a special sumthin’ sumthin’ for you all today. Another public (but very personal) message from JustKiddingFilms’ favorite Joe, Joe Jo. This guy is probably one the most level-headed person anyone could ever be fortunate to come across, so take what he says to the heart and to the head ’cause even when he’s thinking with his penis, it’s probably still the wisest choice you could possibly make.
What’s the best relationship advice you can give someone?
Joe: When you choose a partner, make sure you’re not choosing with your emotions. Emotions don’t think for you. A lot of the times when we are young, we don’t know how to separate emotions from logical thinking. We tend to convince ourselves that life is PERFECT and people trick themselves into thinking they are in love.
This is crazy, I wouldn’t choose a girl that I lust for to be a housewife. Usually, guys just get so infatuated from a girl being so hot, they overlook her shitty personality and would do anything for her. This is no way to have a healthy, mutually beneficial relationship that helps both sides grow as individuals. It’s hard for us guys to not think with our dicks, but be aware, a best friend will be good company. Even when she’s an old wrinkled raisin who has lost her youthful body, you both will still enjoy each other’s company.
Most couples who choose each other from infatuation rush emotional decisions and they end up being the couple that gets divorced once they realize the “love” is gone. Emotions are bound to disappear after awhile. When you’re in a long relationship, you get comfortable. You get so used to the person that you don’t get excited when they call anymore. That doesn’t mean that the love is gone though, but most people mistake that strong emotional desire for love. So if all those emotions go away, what’s next?
Most people break up because what they want from the other person isn’t there anymore. Emotions run out, but friendship doesn’t. Real love grows from friendship. Friends hang out because they simply enjoy each other’s company; they tolerate each other and respect each other equally. They work on projects together, experience life, and grow together. They do this simply out of enjoying each others’ company; there’s no other incentive and motive besides that. When a couple gets together, it isn’t necessarily equal. They’re sharing an emotional experience at first, but in reality, they might not be friends. After some time when their true selves comes out, a couple who’s physically/emotionally attracted to each other ends up arguing constantly and not being able to tolerate each other. This is why there are so many divorces; because people get together for the wrong reasons.
If you guys want something that lasts a lifetime, get with someone who was a friend first, not someone who you decided immediately that you wanted to be with them… that’s just your impulsive desires talking. If you want someone so bad, just have a fuck buddy or understand that you’re just emotionally sharing the experience for the moment. What you want right now, isn’t what’s always best for you later. At the end of the day, it’s the hardest thing to do, but if you want something long term, you can’t think short term.
….Alright, folks. Joe Jo’s pearls of wisdom. You know the drill, let it soak in and really understand it. Then go share it with your friends. Cause sharing is caring. Appreciate and peace!
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