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If Variety is the spice of Life, then
BALANCE is the foundation of Variety.
This is my short interpretation of what the
person below stated in his awesome post.
His post could mean other things, as well.
I like to get philosophical once in a great while;
and this is one of those times.
I'm not married or partnered, just 100% single.
But I still need some form of social Balance.
I still need some friends in my life, whether they
be family, close friends, acquaintances, fuck-buddies,
good neighbors, strangers with whom I like to share
jokes and giggles online and in everyday life,
or any other good and harmonious relationship.
"BALANCE" is the message that I got from
reading the person's posted thought below...
A guy in another forum, at another site said it well,
although he was relating it mostly to Married guys.
(I'll mention his username so that HE gets credit)
"This is generalizing in the extreme. My best friend (straight and ten years younger than me) has been my
closest friend for more than ten years.
We have a lot in common, music being the main thing.
The problem I have seen - with straight men - is that they get into a marriage and abandon all their friends. They get entirely dedicated to their spouse, then their lives fall into a stagnant mess where they lose contact with any male friends they had.
Listen up men, you NEED male friends in your life. Don't let them go, don't let your Mrs. make you feel guilty for having your own social life, if you do you'll get to a point where you know no one other than your partner and the acquaintances you share.
Men should be enjoying each others company outside of a marriage, it's not healthy to dedicate your entire life to one person and give up all your own hobbies, friends and enjoyment to make them happy.
I'll bet there are a few thousand men on this site who have no male friends now, but their wives have plenty of female friends, right?
You let that happen, and you should act to restore the balance before you become an old man getting your kicks jacking off with complete strangers in a park when your wife lets you go shopping on your own one day a month! lol"
...Did you get it? I hope so.
There is something in that guy's statement for everyone.
Not just for men, but for women as well...
...because each spouse tends to give up parts of their
social life for their significant other.
Devotion is good. Isolation is not so good.
Take the above message with you, and see how it
applies to you.