WILL SHE LEAVE ME FOR BABBY DADDY? writes:
Khanyi, I’m dating a girl who is two years older. She has two kids and is employed. Sometimes the father of her kids calls her and wants her back. I’m afraid she’ll leave me and go back to her babies’ father. I’m unemployed and looking for a job while I’m staying with her. Do I need to worry?
BROTHER, I’LL BE VERY BLUNT AND HONEST WITH YOU, you’re facing a challenge and I would be worried if I were in your position.
When a woman has chosen a man and allowed him in her kids’ lives, she’s made a big commitment to you. Your biggest threat is not her ex, but yourself.
Not being employed and living at her house and making her fend for you and those children is what’s going to make you lose her.
A man should be like the police: his duty is to serve and protect! And at the moment you’re not living up to yourresponsibility as you’re being served and protected by a woman. KICK IT!
I THINK I DESERVE BETTER writes:
My boyfriend of five years got his ex pregnant last year while I was mourning my dad. Is it worth my while trying to make this work? I think I deserve a lot better from the man I love.
GIRL! WHY DO HUMAN BEINGS FAIL TO SEE AND UNDERSTAND THEIR WORTH? We all battle believing people when they show us their true colours.
Let’s go through your statement: While you weremourning your dad, your man was busy getting his ex pregnant! Your partner took your already broken heart andtrampled all over it! If he can’t handle you at your worst, what makes you believe he deserves your best?
KICK IT! Shut that chapter and move on!
I AM LAST ON HER PRIORITY LIST writes:
My girlfriend doesn’t have time for me.
She always puts her own interests first. I really try to make time for us.
I even ask for time off from work, and make arrangements for special dates, but she never pitches. There’s alwayssomething that crops up. I feel like I’m last on her priority list.
HEY BROTHER, THERE’S NOTHING AS PAINFUL AS FEELING UNAPPRECIATED or feeling like you’re not a priority.
You need to talk to her and vocalise how you feel. Tell her what it’s doing to you and await her response.
Women prioritise what’s important to them, but I can’t say KICK IT! or KEEP IT! – because this is just a case of opening up communication lines and you may just get what you need to hear.