To the people who think they’re giving helpful advice when not asked: STOP!
We all have that one friend, family member, or even acquaintance who just always seems to be in our business. They always want to know if there’s any drama in our life instead of worrying about themselves. Too many times girls have tried to give me relationship advice, acting like they know my relationship better than I do, and frankly, I’m over it.
I love a little gossip occasionally (who doesn’t?). I want to know what you and your boyfriend have been up to, and I will gladly share what I’ve been up to with mine. However, a line needs to be drawn when you start criticizing me and judging my relationship. I’m all for improving my relationship and learning ways to do so, but sometimes I don’t want your opinion, nor did I ask for it.
I’m not sure how me talking about things we've done leads to you analyzing my whole life and relationship, but I’m done listening.
In the beginning, I used to take the advice. But the only place that left me was in a heated argument with my boyfriend. Why? Because you don’t know anything about my relationship.
Every relationship is different and every couple has different things that work for them. That’s what makes things interesting. But when you’re too concerned about how my relationship is doing rather than focusing on your own, we have an issue.
Girls, stop judging other girls for every little decision they make in their relationship. Chances are, you do the exact same thing, and in my case, you're doing things even worse. So please, worry about your own problems.
I’m not saying I don’t want to talk about my relationship, we’re girls it’s what we do. All I’m saying is stop acting like your relationship is better than mine, and stop “advising” me about things when you not only don’t know the full story, but don’t know my relationship.
All girls in relationships