excerpt from my book “Love Smart with Your Heart” by Jewel Diamond Taylor
Yes, there are good, mature, loving, caring, responsible and faithful men. This book is NOT male bashing. This message helps women to discern bad behavior. This message helps women to avoid stepping into a dog mess. This message helps women to guard their heart. This message helps women to understand how men and women are wired differently. This message helps women to love smart and build a healthy self-esteem.
Yes, one of the great traits of dogs is that they are loyal. Yet there are untamed, bad tempered and aggressive dogs that exhibit behavior you should be warned about. There are some dogs that are too friendly with strangers and will go to anybody. Some dogs have fleas that you can’t see. Some dogs bark too much. Some dogs just want to sleep all day and stay in the house. Some dogs are good watch dogs and want to protect you. Some dogs will bite you for no reason. Many dogs make loyal and comforting companions and love you unconditionally. And there are those men who are players for life…unfaithful roamers who justify their bad boy behavior by saying…”It’s just the dog in me…chasing the cat.”
Who let the dogs out?@!
A “player” and a “dog” know what to say and how to say it with charm to get what they want.
A dog is nicest when they want to be fed, they wag their tail.
After you give a man what he wants, without consideration for your own needs, values and lifestyles… you are setting yourself up to be used and mistreated.
Dogs only go where they are fed. Maintain your self-respect and self-esteem. If you keep answering the phone and opening the door to your bedroom even though you are being mistreated… you are opening your heart and spirit to trouble, pain, more disrespect and abuse.
Once you stop feeding a stray dog, they stop coming around.
Unless he’s a puppy… have him tested, you don’t know where he’s been.
Don’t handle aggression with aggression.
Compliment good behavior. (good boy)
Understand that men are territorial.
Puppy love fades – they pant and beg when they don’t get what they want.
If he spends most of his time playing games (i.e. video, play station, sports)…you got a boy…not a man.
If his eyes still roam and he can’t resist flirting with other women or won’t delete the phone numbers from past relationships…he still wants to play…not stay.
Seek respect first. Love takes time.
Observe family members and friends of your mate because they influence and shape their personality and lifestyle.
Some things dogs do just aren’t cute. If you are cleaning up after his mess all the time. You don’t have a mature man. If his pants are drooping like a diaper and he calls his place a “crib”, you’ve got a baby…not a man.
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