Use Your Brain When Making Important Choices About Your Love Life

January 14, 2013 ‐ By madamenoire
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From YourTango

I admit it. Before I married my husband, a.k.a. “the hubs,” I notoriously fell for wildly inappropriate men based on wildly inappropriate reasons … which explains why I pendulum dated throughout my late teens, 20s and into my early 30s, vacillating from one extreme to the next. From the *sshole bodybuilder to the nerdy Star Wars fanatic to the pothead with money problems to the boy toy with the cool car to the kinky magician who couldn’t commit to … you get the picture.

Yes, we choose who we give our hearts to, but here’s the thing: I wasn’t choosing with my head. I wasn’t even choosing with my heart. I was choosing with my vagina.

My ex was tall, lanky, Hot and funny. One of those life-of-the-party types I’d always wanted to date in college but never did.


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  • Babydoll 70

    Um, I would hope the brain would be used when making ANY choice, that’s the only way it can be done. Now using common sense is something totally different.

  • cheekee baby

    Imagine that, when you’re young, raging with hormones, and operating with a brain that has not fully developed the region that is able to predict the future implications of decisions made you go for hot, young men who are sexually appealing. Shocker!

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