Help me understand…

I am always hearing how women tend to create imaginary situations in their heads and then one thought leads to another and so on and so forth.  But I don’t actually see the problem with that!

The way I see it, the more imaginary scenerios and situations we can come up with, the more prepared we will be in life!

“Hmm…if so and so said this and that to me, this is how I will smoothly respond and still have all of my self esteem in tact” and  “If Michael B. Jordan comes up to me and tells me I have a booger smeared on my cheek, this is how I will smoothly play it off” sounds a whole hella’va lot better than having so and so say this and that to me and then me standing there stuck on stupid or having Michael B. Jordan come up to me and tell me I have a booger smeared on my cheek and then me dying of embarrassment right in his face!

What’s wrong with being prepared?!

I mean the saying goes “expect the best but prepare for the worst” doesn’t it? I think that’s why a lot of dudes out there, when faced with “tricky situations” they resort to saying “I don’t know.” Well, you would know if you thought about the possibility of this situation happening, before!

You: Max, why did you cheat on me?

Max: I don’t know

Well, I know! It’s because Max, first off, is an idiot who couldn’t appreciate what he had and secondly, he didn’t think of the possibility of getting caught! Granted he shouldn’t have done it and if he thought of the possibility of cheating and all of the consequences that comes with cheating he wouldn’t have done it, now would he?

My point is, imaginary situations that are created in our heads aren’t all that bad, so keep on creating them!

 

via Daily Prompt: Imaginary

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Author: DeafinitelyJBox

There is more to me than what meets the eye. On the surface you'll see that I am a mom, and a wife. I might make you laugh a few times, you might notice my hearing aids but you'll never know exactly what I am thinking--and believe me, I think....A LOT. Working on breaking my filter!

3 thoughts on “Help me understand…”

  1. I happen to disagree only because of past experiences in this area. I had a ex girlfriend who created imaginary situations or had thoughts about me cheating and constantly voiced it. Needless to say that I was not cheating but I couldn’t tell her that. She was convinced. So much so that she started questioning my friends and making a total fool of herself with her wild accusations. Eventually we broke up of course because there was no trust and she allowed her imagination to get the best of her. It’s one thing to imagine and create situations in your head. It’s another thing to create them, believe them and act on them without a shred of proof or really any reason except what you think. It was tragic.

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    1. When you act on the imaginary situations you create in your head without there being a logical reason to do so then that’s a problem. But when you just keep them all in your head until the time calls for it, then in my opinion that’s okay. Your ex sounds kinda crazy though lol

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