Honesty. One of the pillars of any healthy and successful relationship is the gas in the tank of trust. Without this essential fuel (along with several other key elements) present and in place, the vehicle of your relationship will cease to function and you will be left on the sideline of the highway of love forced to take a ride from some less than pleasant perversion of humanity like Matt Booth himself, the Sucka Fo' Love. It's his guide to all things love and respect, with his own special sauce of truth.
Love is a many-splendored thing; but as Matt Booth has found out the hard way, “splendor” is a very subjective term. Especially if a lover's splendor involves some hot, hot heat from the bowels of depravity. Let's just say that Marvin Gaye never sang a love song about Cleveland, if you catch our drift. If you ever see Booth walk with a limp, read this article and you'll know why. (Warning: adult content.)
In life there's always give and take – but do you find yourself giving, and never taking? Then there's a ho afoot… Matt Booth, our partner in relationship advice, has returned to tell you (in no uncertain terms, naturally) that it's time to man up – take your wallet back, and make way for a new no. 1. And if that partner isn't much of a partner, get a dog.
It's the age-old puzzle that seems to have no solution – or at best a solution so elusive, so intangible, that most capsize at some stage of the attempt at capturing the un-capturable; the healthy and committed form of “adult” relationship. Matt Booth puts on his therapist hat and dispenses wisdom o' love that may (or may not) keep the flame alive: “Stand by your man. Stand by your woman. Stand behind your Shetland pony. Whatever the case may be, don't let the doubt monster rattle the very foundation that your relationship stands upon: faith.”