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I had an ex send me a link to “Mr. Wrong,” by Mary J Blige with a message saying, “This is about me.” Now, if you have followed my blog, then you know the ex that I am speaking of, “Mr. Emotionally Unavailable.” Anywho, I had never heard this song before, so I clicked the link to watch the video and found myself zoning into the words.
Drake starts the song with a rap and these are the lyrics that stood out:
“Who does this?” I have asked myself this question more than once and I am sure that many of you have, as well. How many of you ladies, have had regrets about the Mr. Wrong that was or is currently in your life?
Mary goes on to say,
Ha! Isn’t that the truth and that’s the damn problem with so many of us, women? We love the bad boy but hate all the BS that he brings, yet, even though we know he isn’t any good for us, Mary says,
Let me start by saying, that Mary hit the nail on the head cause baby, when you have that good good…I mean that GOOD GOOD, it can have you doing some crazy shit. Shit that you would have never thought you would have done or would have accepted but there comes a day when good d will not be able to erase all the broken promises and broken hearts and then what? You can’t take good d to the store and purchase anything, nor can you pay a bill with good d, so in the scheme of things, what can it really do but make you feel good for a few minutes and it’s all over. Sure, we may get caught up in the afterglow, but really ladies, there is more to life and love than good d.
Many of you have been reading my blog long enough to know that I have had my share of Mr. Wrong’s thus, it is part of the reason why I started blogging, to share my experiences in the hopes that it may keep some of you from making the same mistakes. Many of us have been in a relationship with a few Mr. Wrongs and if we received nothing else from the Mr. Wrongs in our lives, we have all received a lesson. Now sometimes, many of us have had to learn several lessons from Mr. Wrongs before we finally got it right, while others only needed one time to learn that lesson from Mr. Wrong to know that we never wanted to feel or be treated that way again.
As for my Mr. Wrong, AKA Mr. Emotionally Unavailable, he wasn’t an asshole….well, that can probably be debated but he wasn’t a man who dogged me out, made me cry or did all kinds of messed up things to me. He was and is emotionally unavailable. He is that guy who is good to you but he is also that guy who you can’t expect anything from. So what was my lesson learned, you may ask? I you want something more, something real, don’t settle for Mr. Wrong, wait for your Mr. Right.