Case Study of DD…


“Where the fuck did she go? She hasn’t written a new post in two damn weeks!”

This is probably going to be one of the shortest posts I have ever written!  I’m going to be completely transparent…  Not like I haven’t been before.  But I am not having a happy go lucky dating moment.  I know dating is a gamble.  Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose.  I am very clear on that concept.  But at what point do you decide that you no longer want to play the game?  How many disappointments and dating disasters can one person take?!  I always want to be hopeful when I write my blog.  I do NOT want to turn into a Bitter Betty.  I had two choices today.  I could not write anything at all and just leave my loyal readers wondering, “Where the fuck did she go?  She hasn’t written a new post in two damn weeks!”  But a part of me feels a responsibility to my loyal readers.  I can’t start something and not finish it.   From the very beginning of the inception of this blog I vowed I would be authentic and true to my readers.  As you all know I do not tell y’all EVERYTHING… There are  certain things that do not need to be documented on the internet!  But I leave myself open so that you can learn from my experiences.  And as you all know I try to be positive and hopeful.  I try to live in the moment and go with my feeling.  But every once in a while, after years of hopefulness only to end up back at square one a single girl gets tired.  And ladies… and nosy men… At the moment I am feeling a little deflated and slightly hopeless.  And I apologize, but I’m not sure if I can continue down this dating road and handle another disappointment.  I do not have an interesting post or dating story to share because this one I am holding close to my heart.  Now don’t be confused, I’m not going to  start emotionally eating so when I get out of this DD (dating depression) I am a hot ass fat mess and no one will date me.  I’m also not walking around looking like Ceely from the Color Purple (you already know my motto… If you feel like 2 cents on the inside always leave the house looking like $2 million).  But sometimes, every once in a blue moon even a self proclaimed hopeful, positive Serial Dater has a moment of dating depression…
Monique K.Bradley



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2 replies
    • Monique K
      Monique K says:

      Awwww…. Thank you! It’s been one doozy of a week. I think I am slowly emerging out of my DD! I truly appreciate the encouraging words!


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