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I know one of my blogs on here have talked about “requiring” like when you are in a relationship with someone male or female you have to require a certain standard. Let’s be honest, most people will take a yard if you give them an inch. Where am I going with all of this? Well It’s my thoughts on this whole Kimye (Kim kardashian and Kanye West) situation. Every was appalled at a video showing him NOT opening the door for his pregnant wifey. All I’m saying is maybe that’s NOT a requirement for Kimberly. Hear what else I have to say in the video below:
As I last stated to you I will be doing a monthly column/article for Island Vibes Magazine. This week I discuss The Good and The bad of Situationships. Check out the excerpt below then click on the link to read the whole thing. Leave comments! I really want to know what you think:
“It’s summer time, and like clockwork, Mother Nature feeling all warm and fuzzy means some hearts are getting cold. You might be a little confused but think about it, summer time is when all the winter and spring “relationships” melt away. The hardest part of it all is that it starts to become apparent that this wasn’t a relationship but a “Situationship”. For those who do not know what that is let me help you out a bit, a situationship according to The Urban Dictionary is “Any problematic relationship characterized by one or more unresolved, interpersonal conflicts, usually confused with dating. CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE
Editor’s Note: Hey Guys! Love that my guest male writer is keeping the posts frequent and controversial. So I recently did a Vblog on Open relationships–> Click Here Well Mr. Urchin decided to dig a little deeper. Check his views after the jump
Urchin’s Note: “Having been in and out of my fair share of relationships over the last few decades and co-authored some of the better and (to be fair) -worse- results possible…I hereby pass on some of my observations and advice. Bear in mind that I’m no expert…ok enough modesty – here goes:”
Stacy met John and he gave her anything she wanted. At first it was great, she basked in the attention but always there was a persistent feeling “something’s wrong”. Stacy continued dating and she would talk to her girlfriends about how awesome things were and everyone agreed “this guy was too good to be true”. Eventually, she got paranoid and acting crazy and eventually John couldn’t take it anymore. When he finally left her Stacy and her friends met and said, “We knew he was no good from the start, asshole”. Meanwhile….