The first time I read it,
The second time I read it,
The third time I read it,
I decided it MUST be a Blissbombed Board.
I just had to have it on something I could see, read and regularly view and remind myself of these things. Some of the words speak to me more than others, but either way when I walk by my dresser and see this Blissbombed Board, I am remind to stay true to myself, and say Hell No to the wrong things and Hell Yes to the right things.
The ones that jump because they are former men in my life are listed below (this is just the ones that spoke tome but there are more on the blog)
No to the man who doesn’t have his financial life in order.
No to the man who starves you with very little communication or time together to keep you wanting him.
No to the man who describes your relationship as ‘complicated.’
No to the man who gets drunk and becomes a possessive asshole.
No to the man whose security comes from you wanting him.
No to the man who calls your emotions ‘drama.’
No to the man who habitually escapes life with video games, pot, porn,
or self-help books.
Yes to the man who keeps figuring out what he wants.
Yes to the man who tries to communicate with God.
Yes to the man who goes on with his own life while he’s waiting for you.
Yes to the man who really tries to see it from your point of view no matter how much sense you’re not making.
Yes to the man who takes note of your favorite things and gives them to you.
Yes to the man who works his ass off every day.
Yes to the man who asks you what you need.
Yes to the man who wants to be your best friend.
Yes to the man who’s own self-respect is the top of his priority list.
Yes to the man who is skilled at having difficult conversations and doesn’t fight back with blaming, silence, yelling, or amnesia.
Yes to the man who lets you lavish your love on him and helps you bloom as a woman in the process.
Yes to the man who knows his worth, his liquor limit, his day rate, and his sell point.