I know we’re so off that Tiger Woods thing, but his situation made me wonder what goes through a person’s mind when they decide to cheat. What are their relationships like? Why do they continue? I’ve decided to interview 2 people that are either currently or formally in a cheating relationship. First up I decided to interview a guy that is currently in a relationship, but is also cheating on his girlfriend. The names in these blogs will remain anonymous. I don’t want nobody ass to get whopped on the count of my shit.
When it comes to relationships, you have people who are successful and others that just can’t seem to get it right. Those that jump from relationship to relationship are sometimes under the notion that they’re just not meeting the right people. That may be true, but what if you’re just not right in relationships? Many people seeking relationships unknowingly sabotage any chances of being in a successful one. We’ve known people who crave love, but when they finally get into a relationship it is over in the blink of an eye. No matter how much they seem to be into their partner, it just never lasts. That person might be self-sabotaging their relationships. Self sabotage is subtle at first, but as the relationship grows it builds and eventually destroys it. Below are a few signs that you might be sabotaging your relationships.
I’ve realized that a lot of couples never speak about this topic. When women hear the word submissive they immediately give the “The motherf*cker must be crazy” side eye. I will admit the thought of given into submission is kinda of archaic, but if your man/husband is doing what he needs to do as the man of the relationship…why not?
This question has come up time and time again. Is it ok to date a friend’s ex even if your friend didn’t have an issue with it? Some people have said that there should be a “code” among friends that should prevent the other from even going down that road. Then on the other side you have others saying if “the relationship didn’t work out, there is a chemistry between the two and there is no love lost with your friend and her ex… so why not?” Something like this can break up a pleasant friendship, but I think every situation is different. Here are a few instances where I think dating an ex of a friend might not be such a bad thing.
So I’ve posted my 2nd youtube video above. I wanted to talk about the advantages and disadvantages of being a side chick. Speaking about it made me remember the time I was actually…the side chick. Yea I know…me. Anyway, check out the video, comment and subscribe to the channel. I’m trying to get a hang of this youtube contraption. Let me know what ya’ll think.
Are you a present friend? A friend that cares about the people close to you? Are you there for your friends for the good times and bad? Are you the person that encourages your friends when they need it, but also can tell them the harsh truth when it’s required? Unfortunately, not all friendships are that way. Some friendships are hella one-sided. Where the friendship feels more like a task and less organic. You only hear from them when they need to complain about the same things they complained about last year. Never acknowledging what you may be going through. Those friends are not friends. They’re the people in your life that hold on to you for their own benefit. Why allow a friend who isn’t present in your friendship continue to use the friendship to keep you present?