Stop Dating Satan

By Jaqkeshia Carr

Fist thing, when I say Satan I’m saying anything that’s bad or toxic for you. If you’re on a diet a piece of cake could be Satan for the purpose of this article. So now that we’re clear, why are you still dating Satan?

Satan is nothing but a wolf in sheep’s clothing, there goal is to manipulate you into this false fairytale disguised as a partnership. It may take some time for them to reveal themselves but once they do believe them and remove yourself from the situation. You’re not going to be happy with someone who has nothing to offer except lies or as I like to call it, the” tell them what they want hear” mentality.

The first thing to recognizing Satan is knowing yourself, you learn a lot about yourself when you’re alone. I suggest that you take time to get to know yourself, fall in love with yourself and then you can take your time and truly find the right mate. You have to be firm in what you like, dislike and what you will not tolerate.

It’s also a great idea to do some self - analyzation from time to time because you can be Satan to someone also. In your friendships are you supportive of your friend’s business efforts? Do you talk behind our friends back? At work, do you sabotage others to make yourself look good?

With your mate, are you selfish? Do you listen to what your mate is trying say or are you so caught up in yourself to hear them. If you answered yes to any of those questions, you are acting like Satan!

We live in a world where it’s all about instant gratification, the world moves so fast but to truly be happy sometime we need to slow down and ask yourself an honest question, am I acting like Satan?

Now back to dating, stop giving people chance after chance, they don’t deserve you. There are always signs, look at the signs words are seductive but actions are what matters, use your head and not just your heart.

Nobody is perfect so don’t stress yourself out trying to be but take steps of growth and accountability for your actions, because sometimes we can be our own worst enemy when it comes to dating . We force relationships that don’t exist based on lust and loneliness. We ignore patterns and warning signs. Living a toxic life is a choice so choose wisely or you could find yourself dating Satan. And that’s the last thing you need.

In order to have peace in your life don’t be Satan or let Satan in your life. You’ll be much happier, healthier and all the wiser, trust me. Once you realize you worth, peace becomes priceless and toxicity can’t exist.

Now go be great…