Dish Network Ch. 116. My TV stays there.
Last week I was thinking about something new and refreshing to add to my site and then I came up with the bright idea to start a blog series. Since I love games (ask about me on the spades table or with dice and cee-lo) and I love tv, I thought what better subject than game shows. I know what you’re thinking, “Why would I want to read about game shows?”. Glad you asked. Life is one big game anyway. Jayceon Taylor. So as I explore some of my favorite game shows past and present, I’ll try to tie it in to real life.
First up is a show you may or may not have heard of depending on how much television you watch you might remember this dating show. The show for this week is Change of Heart. I found it mildly entertaining that a couple would agree to go on a date with other singles because they were having trouble in their current relationship. The culmination of the show is when each person in the relationship decides if they want to “stay together” or have a “change of heart”. The sad part is even after all the trouble the relationship may be in, after testing the waters and seeing how green the other side of the fence is and having all your dirty laundry aired on television, one person wants to try to work things out and the other person doesn’t.
I mean how bad do you have to feel after this:
Believe it or not this happens all the time in relationships. Maybe not on national television but nonetheless it happens often. Boy meets girl. Boy falls for girl. Things turn sour. Someone doesn’t want to work at it. Someone does. Feelings are hurt. There are no bad guys in situations like this. There are no winners. There are no losers. Just circumstances, bruised egos and feelings.
When a relationship has run it’s course it’s not easy to end things. Some relationships last a lifetime and some only a season. No one wants to end a relationship when the sex may be good or everyone but you can see “how good they are for you.” The life of a relationship depends on the partners in the relationship. If one wants it and the other doesn’t, then it really can’t be a relationship right?
I’ve been in relationships where I’ve held on knowing that my feelings have changed but I didn’t want to seem like the bad guy for ending what seemed like on paper a great thing. I just went along with the flow and hoped that my feelings would change. You know what happens when you do that? Resent. You start to resent the person that you are with. Little fights become heated arguments. You nitpick at things that normally you wouldn’t be concerned with. Eventually things come to a head and the situation ends in a less than desired manner.
How do you really come out and say that you really don’t want to be with a person anymore? What if it’s someone you still have feelings for? How have you ended things with a significant other? Would you go on a show like Change of Heart? Talk to me.