Cast Blog: #MIAMISOCIAL

Going Against The Grain

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Love Life, Shed Light, and the Rest Will Follow

Incredibly Moved

I Choose To Be Me

A Hair Raising Season!

The Usual Suspects

Man in the Mirror

A Clear Picture

Don't Get It Twisted!

Egos Unmask!

A Lot of Fireworks

What a Ride

Spare the Drama!

A Dreamer and a Fighter

Say My Name, Bitches!

Big Egos and Big Shields

A Little Miracle

All You Need Is Love

Rollercoaster Relationship

I Have A Heart

The Power of the Word

Cutting Up On Lina

Too X-Rated

Crazy Energy

Thinking Big

The Little Lies of Miami Social

Take No Prisoners

A Legend In His Own Mind

Glam Oily Bodies

Work Hard, Play Hard

No Place Like It

Ouch!

Whipped

Proud and Privileged

Going Against The Grain

George weighs in on his friends' opinions of his relationship with Lina.

I've always been one to be independent of peoples' input when it comes to relationships, even the people that only want the best for me. Most of the time they've actually been right, but every now and then it works against popular opinion. Either way I know it was my choice and not anyone else's influence. My friends, family and otherwise have all voiced concern about this relationship...and I 'HEARD' it. I'm also aware that by "reinforcing" it I may not be allowing Lina any personal growth, or for her to feel the repercussions of her actions, which I will absolutely admit have been very difficult to forgive at times.

Alas, I'm no angel myself....and yeah I've been in Miami on and off for over a decade, so I have done a lot of it apparently...from Aventure to Campden (if you saw the first episode you'll get that one). I know that there is a gorgeous bikini clad girl around every corner and this is one place on earth where the shades of green are limitless...

I'm at that point in life however where I'm really looking for someone to share the rest of it with. I'm not on a timeline here, but I only see myself in Miami I like what Lina brought to the table. I think it's unfortunate that a lot of it is dwarfed by her temper and sometimes unfiltered responses (which I think is a maturity issue and we all mature as time goes on depending on the environment), but as I said before (maybe its a character flaw, maybe not) I always try to find the good in a situation or person.

I think right now I'm beyond confused and experiencing a lot of new emotions which has been although frustrating, a bit exciting. Beyond that it's about my own choices and I think I've done alright so far, as I have some of the best friends and concerned parties a person could ask for. The bottom line is though I could honestly say I wish things could be smoother, nothing good ever comes easy. I'm just going to take a new approach and stop trying so hard and see what evolves or doesn't - at this point I've paid my penance.... In the meanwhile I can promise you this hasn't completely occupied my total attention, and right now I'm enjoying the heck out of another lousy day in Paradise!

 

 

 

Incredibly Moved

George explains why finding one's "inner whore" was the theme of the finale!

I actually have watched the finale half a dozen times from beginning to end and found myself incredibly moved (in many different directions)....

However one theme was evident:

Katrina and Ben finalized their chapter and embarked on new ones....to find their inner whores separately.

Maria decided she wants to start dating and prolong her life by finding her inner whore.

Michael did some self improvement=confidence=dating=inner whore.

Ariel shows his inner whore has some ethics.

Sorah has found the man to satisfy her inner whore...

Hardy figures out his inner whore probably just isn't ready to settle down yet......and me???

We'll, I've tried all season long to supress my inner whore and transcend my past to focus on one woman whom I would want to grow old with....I've really got nothing else to say...

-George