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‘Get Your Power Back’: 5 Love Lessons I’ve Learned From Being In A Situationship

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  1. Jae' Simoné says:

    As I approach my year of thirty… my entire twenties were situations after situations. I am the type of female who is very chosey with whom I give my time to. So when I opened up to the guys of my past it was because I really was into them. One thing I learned that I constantly did was put all my eggs in one basket, prematurely cutting all other guys off for the one guy I was into the most. I gave my whole heart too soon and didn’t allow them to rightfully earn their spot.

    I’ll stop here… I feel myself about to write as if it was my personal journal.LOL

    Thank you for this article! This is another sign as I am currently rebuilding myself back up from a summer situation. Getting my power back… To all my ladies you gotta look yourself in the mirror and say “He ain’t messing with no average chick BOY!”

    Okay I’m really done 🙂

  2. Harlem says:

    I was in a situationship for 6 years… he was my first everything. The lesson that I had to learn the hard way was if they don’t want the same thing you want when it comes to a relationship, don’t be afraid to let it go. Most of all don’t let him/her make you feel guilty about your decisions/feelings.

  3. Jess Ngmb says:

    Yasss to having a say so in decisions regarding our heart and life!! Each encounter as fleeting glimpses of our eternity…so many gems in this article!!

  4. As I read this piece I was struck by your sense of self-awareness. You used your experiences as opportunities to discover who you are and what really matters to you. I think your mindset is on point for finding your permanent partner. Good luck!

  5. LuLu Doe says:

    Trying to recover from a Situationship now. He said he thought I was girlfriend/wife material. We dated for 6 months. Long story short, he got upset with me, I got upset with him, I ignored him for a week. He tried contacting me over & over, asked my mother what was going on & his sister even called me. When I finally came around he told me he didn’t care, it was over, & to move on. I feel like he said these things in anger. I’m not going to make him talk to me, but I’m deeply hurt by this. If he didn’t care he wouldn’t have been so upset. He was trying so hard but when I finally came around he suddenly stopped caring. How stupid of him. What do I do?

  6. Geez I feel like I had a hand in writing some of this

  7. Probably yes, because, we want so bad to make our situationship work. That we almost stop at nothing to do so. The answer to this question is yes!

  8. maynunddin says:

    thank you for sharing this use full post


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