Now, I’m not relationship expert nor do I have any type of degree in relationships. But, what I do know is this: there are a lot of people in relationships for the WRONG reasons. One reason in particular is that people are more focused on what someone looks like rather than their personality, how they act in public, whether they are going to be great mothers and | or wives in the future, or any other possible reason. I mean it’s great you want to have someone that is attractive, but you shouldn’t want someone that EVERYONE wants or has already been with. Just because a guy has a cute and smile and abs doesn’t quite qualify him as boyfriend material or a female who has big “features” and teeth in place doesn’t quite fit the entire requirement of being your future wife and mother to your children.
Another problem is social media because a lot of you who are in relationships are too focused on who and what is going on in social networking. An example is of guys who are in relationships who posts ANOTHER FEMALE as his Woman Crush Wednesday. I don’t get why any man who is in a relationship would want to post another woman on his page instead of the girl he is with. Just like I have a problem with guys who allow their women to be half naked on social media and think it’s cute. I don’t think it’s sexy for a woman to wear little to no clothing for everyone to see when the focus of the picture should be for your MAN, not to look like you are seeking attention. It’s one thing if you have to post like that for a job, but it’s another for the world to see every part of you and then expect for everyone to not comment on it.
Once again, I’m not an expert at relationships or do I have any statistics. But, what I do know is this: relationships are about being in love and not allowing unimportant people to be a part of your relationship. That means no side females (or men), no “friends,” or people you don’t even know to be a part of your relationship. If you want to show your love for the person you’re with, that’s great. But, there’s more to a relationship than just posting a picture of your boo on Instagram or looking for love in the wrong places.