Girl, You May Have Dodged Your Joe Jonas But Your Joe Alwyn Is Waiting For You

Girl, You May Have Dodged Your Joe Jonas But Your Joe Alwyn Is Waiting For You

Call it what you want, but I will find my forever and always eventually..


Yes, I said it. In 2018 as a college student, it is so easy to get wrapped up in relationships and wanting to be in one or at least to be at a friendship level with someone of the opposite sex. When you constantly have it on your mind, it's also hard to resist the quick snap chat add and conversation you would try to have with said snap chat boy. But what I have learned is that it doesn't always pan out as you want it to past all the snapshots.

I think that at the end of the day, it may be better to wait for someone like Joe Alwyn who is going to understand and get to know who you are as a person. Joe Jonas may be cute and all, but does he really understand all your quirks outside of who you are on social media and other places? The answer is probably not, and that's ok.

I also think that its okay to unfollow this Joe Jonas type person that was previously in your circle, even if your close friends still include him in their lives. It doesn't mean you have to ignore him when you see him next when it happens, it just means that you can be ok with crossing paths and not feel like you need to walk away.

But it does mean that someday, just someday that you'll find your Joe Alwyn when you least expect it. Maybe you just need to focus on your journey before he steps in. Focus on taking care of yourself, maybe that means spending some time taking a bubble bath and watching The Carrie Diaries. This is just a time for growth, and its okay to feel emotions, it's all apart of the process girl. Just don't fixate on finding your person, enjoy life and he will walk or run on in when he's supposed to (hopefully walk not run haha).

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If You Don't Respect The Relationships Of Others, It's Clear That You Don't Respect Yourself Either

No person who is truly happy and confident would try to interfere with two people who are happy together.


To women who knowingly make advances on men in committed relationships,

I understand. You want a relationship. It is simply human nature to crave love and wish to give love in return. However, what I don't understand is looking for love in a person who has already found love in someone else.

You see him being a gentleman and treating the woman he loves with the chivalry she deserves. You can tell how madly in love they are and you can't help but feel jealous, realizing that he has all of the qualities you look for in a man. You can't control your thoughts or feelings.

However, what you can control are your actions. When it comes to interfering with a relationship, you cannot just assume you will not be held accountable for the things you say and do in an attempt to tear two people apart. In a world of 7 billion people, there are no excuses to make advances toward someone in a relationship. None at all.

It does not matter if you've known the person for years. It does not matter if you've dated before, miss the connection you used to have, and are looking to reconnect. It does not matter if you're drunk. Save the heart-eyed emojis and "I love you"s for someone else.

Flirting with someone fully aware of the fact that that person is in a relationship is flat out disrespectful to all parties involved and will result in one of two outcomes.

Maybe you will get the reaction you want and the man will go behind his girlfriend's back to be with you. Or, if he respects the woman he is with, he will be honest with her and cut you out of his life because of your lack of respect for the relationship.

If the man ends up betraying his girlfriend, you may think you won him over. While this may feel like a victory at first, karma will come back and bite you. It always does.

The way you win him is exactly how you will lose him. If he'll do it to her, he'll do it to you.

Thankfully, there are men in the world who will stay loyal and refuse to let other women come between them and their significant other. However, the blatant disrespect on your part is still evident, even if the relationship is strong enough to remain unaffected by the drama you cause.

You might think that spilling your undying love to the man you've been crushing on is justified. However, if he is with another woman, it is best to keep those thoughts to yourself, especially if you have any type of friendship or basic respect for either person in the relationship.

Put yourself in the woman's shoes. Would you want another woman, especially an ex or friend, messaging the person you love flirty paragraphs of admiration? If you wouldn't want it sent to your significant other, do not send it to someone else's significant other. It's that simple.

The thing about boundaries is that once they're crossed, it is hard for things to ever go back to the way they were before. Once you show disrespect to a relationship, neither partner will trust you again. Are your impulsive texts worth ruining your reputation and potentially hurting others?

Respect boundaries. Respect others. Respect yourself.

Everyone deserves a happy relationship. If you really respect yourself, you will recognize that nothing healthy or loving can come out of another person's sadness and betrayal.


The woman who wishes you could have been more considerate before hitting "send"

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