When it comes to dating and relationships, Author G.L. Lambert brings situations so real it almost hurts to read his thoughts, because he’s telling nothing but the truth. And neither men nor women get a pass when it comes to making mistakes in their relationships, and how they’re dealt with. The truth really does hurt, and at some point you have to stop lying to yourself about everything that’s wrong in your life, because the truth of the matter is: people can see right through you. Many times people can see you better than you can see yourself.
An Excerpt from “Why Can’t Women Handle Dick.”
“In order to safeguard their feelings, some women drape a cloak of “I’m good” over themselves and pretend that they don’t care about anything. I don’t want him to spend time with me, I’m busy anyway—Bitch Stop Lying. I don’t want him to put me first, I’m not trying to be his girl anyway—Bitch Stop Lying. I don’t want other people to like me, I’m a lone wolf—Bitch Stop Lying. I don’t want him to ask me to be official, I’m not looking for anything serious anyway—Bitch Stop Lying! To even bring up, “I’m not even worried about him,” is an admission of being worried about him, or else you wouldn’t have brought him up! I’m going to let you in on a secret, men don’t believe you, that’s why they call your bluff, toy with your emotions, and act as if they don’t care—your apathy is transparent. Sad, lonely, and angry women make bad relationship choices because their actions don’t match the words coming out of their mouths. Players eat passive and defensive women for breakfast, because their buttons are out in the open and easy to push.”
With book titles such as Ratchet, Ho Tactics, and Solving Single, as well as a Blog entitled Black Girls Are Easy that consists of posts that will lock your undivided attention, Lambert goes hard on women and their choices, but he doesn’t exclude the weakness of men either.
“Women aren’t as naïve as men make them out to be in terms of manipulation, truthfully, they play the game more effectively than males because they know how to guard their motives. A man will go hard at a woman as if he actually likes her and go out of his way to the point where she thinks, “He’s not doing all that just for sex, no way.” Then he hits it and changes up, proving that he was being manipulative. Women have started to see through that game, but men aren’t as quick to catch up on when the tables are turned.”
For more on G.L. Lambert, check him out at blackgirlsareeasy.com