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Have you ever gone through the same cycle in a relationship or a friendship? Every time you address the issue, you hope and pray things will change for the better but somehow you keep going through the same sh*t over and over again! You’re trying your best to fix the issue but your friend or maybe even your bae don’t seem to play their role in fixing the reoccurring problem. This could be an issue that you’re both responsible for or an issue from their side. Either way, whatever you keep going through needs to STOP! Same sh*t, different toilet! There are so many different situations you can find yourself in that will seem like a never ending cycle. All scenarios lead to the same thing: frustration at its finest *sigh*. A very common example is when someone keeps flopping on plans that were made in advance. If you’ve read any of my previous blogs like ‘How…

That moment when a potential bae texts you ‘What you doing today? Let’s meet up’. You want to consider going but you know fully well that you already made prior plans with your girlfriends. What should you do? This feels like the most difficult decision you’ve ever had to make in your life. You have an angel on one side of your shoulder telling you to stick to your original plans and the devil on the other side convincing you to meet up with him. Confusion at its finest. In this post, I will discuss points to consider before deciding to go on a spontaneous meet up with a dude. Stop overthinking! As women we think so far ahead before we’re even in a relationship. ‘If I don’t go, he’ll never ask me to meet up again. If I don’t go, we’ll never get married.’ Wait, wait, wait a minute… get…

Have you ever planned a whole conversation before it takes place and when you actually have the chat it goes nothing like how it was planned? It could be when you’re in a sticky situation and you’re trying to get yourself out of it or it could be when someone annoys you in a relationship or a friendship. When the wound is fresh and you’re fuming, it’s as if you get flashbacks of every time this person annoyed or maybe even disrespected you. You start writing a list of problems in your head. Sometimes you end up writing notes in your phone so you can hit them with evidence to back up why you think what they are doing or what they did is dead wrong. Let me hit them with the notes lol! You just want to get everything off your chest, get your point across and hope that…

It’s getting closer to your birthday, shindig, party or whatever event you have organised. You wake up, head straight to your calendar and cross out each day on your calendar as you approach your anticipated event. Every time you think about your party, you start picturing how it’s going to be like and without realising it, you start making plans for you and “Him”. You’re finally going to introduce him to everybody that night! So, you even start making plans for the day after your party by making sure he doesn’t have anything planned so you guys can go for breakfast together and spend the WHOLE day together like the night before was not enough LOL. You can’t get enough of him. You can’t wait for this day to come because he has no reason to flop you because of course, he wants to see you that day. The Waiting Game As…

Firstly let’s define what an ‘inactive friendship’ is. Imagine you had a strong bond with a friend but now the friendship is nothing like what it used to be. Instead, you are the one that does all the fighting to make the friendship work while the other person doesn’t try as hard as you or even care enough to save it. The effort is only one sided. In this post, I’m going to give you 3 ways on how to avoid being a fool within an inactive friendship and instead come out on top! Don’t ignore the red flags There’s a difference between someone not answering or texting you back on the spot, from someone returning your call after a few hours or maybe even a couple of days, to somebody just blatantly ignoring you. When a friend ignores you, it becomes disrespectful and I’m sure you don’t like being disrespected.…