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Every responsibility that you have, every goal and dream of yours is made easier and less stressful when you ALLOW your man to do something for you that he is actually VERY GOOD AT, even though they don't get credit for it nearly as often as they should.
MEN ARE EXCELLENT PEACE MAKERS (95% of them for sure)
Men are great at relieving stress by taking your mind off of it, so LET HIM. He can rub your feet, your shoulders, take you out, cook dinner, put the kids to bed for you etc.
OH I HEAR SOME OF YOU ALREADY. But what if he doesn't do that for me already. Let me ask you this:
Have you asked him?
and MORE IMPORTANTLY ... HOW have you asked?
There's this amazing trait that we as women have but FEW of us today know how to actually USE IT.
It's called "feminine grace." We've seen women on sitcoms, and in real life, scolding their man, berating even sometimes for not "doing more."
Here's a tip ladies: MOST MEN ARE PLEASERS BY NATURE.
They don't want to do anything to upset you, so whatever you suggest is what they will aim to do. BUT YOU NEED TO KNOW HOW TO SUGGEST IT.
Click "Read More" to see how.
Oh yeah, we gonna talk about it. To Share or Not to share. This post STARTS with those who do share, and that last half is dedicated to those of you in a "no share on social media" situation. Cause you need to know what that REALLY means.
There is often a debate about whether or not you should share your relationship status or photos and posts related to your relationship on Facebook or other forms of social media. Here are a few ways to determine that:
There are 3 different schools of thought related to this topic:
1. those who immediately share whatever, whenever from the beginning.
2. those who put their status up but slowly reveal info as it progresses, and
3. those who never share anything about their dating on social media,
Let’s TALK ABOUT THE EASIEST to understand: Groups 1 and 2 –
Just let them be.
These people are happy with what they have and choose their own level of disclosure. When you know what you have is solid and your proud to share it, then do it. You share what’s important to you, and if that includes your significant then do as you please, ladies and gentleman.
When someone says “it causes DRAMA,” you can respond by saying, “If what you got is weak to people on social media, it’s weak in everyday life.” Social media gets blamed for causing problems, but all it does is EXPOSE the truth quicker than it would have been otherwise.
Think about that for a second. If someone would get mad about an ex that still wants you, they’d eventually do that anyway. If they were going to cheat, they’d do that anyway. Once again, whatever social media made easier was already likely to happen at some point. So in that way social media is letting you know what you’re dealing with in advance.
NOW USE CAUTION OF COURSE... HERE’S WHAT I MEAN…
FIRST RULE, a new relationship does not need to be made public. Until it has been proven solid, sharing it means if it ends, you look like someone who goes through “lovers” quickly. This does affect your reputation and gives the impression of an untrustworthy or careless person. If you’re okay with that, then by all means, share away. OTHERWISE, wait until it is more apparent that you two will be together for a significant timeframe.
NOW FOR THE REST OF YALL WHO DO HAVE LONG TERM FRIENDSHIP OR COMMITMENT.
For instance, if you have either been close friends with the person for a long time, or have dated or have been in a commitment for more than a year Let me MAKE THIS SIMPLE…
DON'T LET YOURSELF BE FOOLED by someone who says they "don't want to share anything" about their love life on social media.
It's time to talk ABOUT GROUP 3:
WHEN LITTLE OR NOTHING IS BEING SHARED: Ask and answer ALL OF THE questions BELOW for yourself
Author: Jessica Bordelon
Passionate, powerful, & gentle, she is an artist that captures the strength , power & energy of femininity in its purest form.