Being responsible is something that we are taught at home since we are very young, because it is not only a very important value of our personality, but it also allows us to have a better development in all areas of our lives.
Recently we have spoken or heard about affective responsibility, which is what seeks, above all, clarity in affections, our needs and those of others. We touched on this topic because we heard about the story of David Blanco Blake, a sexologist who shared on his Tiktok account that being a responsible adult determined not to have children, he underwent a vasectomy. However, soon after, his girlfriend became pregnant.
David narrated that when he was younger he was in a relationship with his girlfriend. He had already decided not to have children, so he underwent the procedure without notifying the girl that he was going to do it. After some tests to see if he fired salvos, he confirmed that the vasectomy had indeed been successful.
One day, the girlfriend told him that she was pregnant, but the young man thought that it was a psychological pregnancy, since something like this had happened before. However, the girl took a blood test and confirmed that she was expecting a baby. For obvious reasons, David realized that the young woman was unfaithful to him.
When David told his girlfriend that it couldn’t be his due to sterility, the girl didn’t want to tell him who the father of her child was. However, over time, the young man found out that this baby belonged to his best friend. She cheated on him with his ex-friend!
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♬ original sound – David Blanco Blake
The saddest thing about this story is that until now, the young man is still single due to that experience and the ex-girlfriend continues to stalk him when he tries to go out with some other girl. From this story we understand that the healthiest thing for us is to get away from those who hurt us, but we also have to attend to those wounds so that they are not an impediment in the future. On the other hand, affective responsibility is also learning that letting go is an act of love and if it was our mistake, accept it and let go so that the other person is happy.