Recently, in the hip hop community a number of songs have been released that affirm this thought process. A song by artist Wale, G Unit states: “I ignore you to let you know we are friends….” What kind of sense does that make? <<>>.
Another song by <>> states plainly that the artist does not want to enter a relationship because he feels that he does not deserve the object of his desire. His mindset has prevented him from even trying to get to know the young lady that he has been watching with hopes only to dash them HIMSELF by convincing himself that he is unworthy.
Judgment from others is a pain in the ass. To judge oneself to the point of blocking one’s own possibilities, is literally causing individuals to remain solitary.
We have all been through experiences that are at the very worst are traumatic. The same experiences are at their best informative and offer lessons of what not to do the next time. When people allow said experiences to keep them stuck in place that is when the rot festers and becomes a toxic cancer in the brain that becomes a fertile ground for duplicity.
Additionally, this type of psychological sabotage translates into the choices individuals make when actually choosing a potential partner.
In matters concerning interracial dating specifically but not exclusively the questions regarding motive bear analysis. Are many individuals going into the relationship with some sort of self hatred? Are the individuals coming to the relationship with pre-existing self esteem issues that somehow make them believe that they will find joy within the love of the another individual with similar self loathing issues? There are instances where people have been conditioned by evil, manipulators to believe that they would never be worthy of love within their own communities and would only be appreciated in other communities.
Plus sized white girls are less likely to marry their own men because black men will love them without question. Awkward black men will frequently be unappreciated within their own community and often gravitate towards others with similar communal exile issues? There are instances where people have been conditioned by evil, manipulators to believe that they would never be worthy of love within their own communities and would only be appreciated in other communities. Plus sized white girls living in urban areas are less likely to marry their own men because black men will love them without question. Highly intellectual or affluent black men will lament that they will not be as appreciated for their “gifts” by their own women plus they will have “beautiful light babies”.
Sisters are exiting stage left and opting to partake in interracial relationships because we have long sense outpaced many of the available brothers in our communities.
People are drifting in and out of racial boundaries because they have convinced themselves that the grass is greener on the other side. The grass on their side has shriveled, died and has proven less desirable than the perception conceived in the minds of wounded individuals seeking rescue from their own condition.
The condition often breeds self “isms”. Is it possible to be a racist if you are part of the same race? The answer is quite simply HELL YEAH! Unfortunately, due to its very nature-all of the scientists have gathered research on every subject but this one.