I’ve composed a list of the top 5 “cool” things that can foolishly ruin relationships from the male and female perspective. From there I’ll then list the top 3 overall potential relationship killers. This is mostly geared toward young adults but all ages can probably relate to a few if not all.
Top 5 From Male Perspective:
3. He’s Just Not That Into You (the movie)
4. Excessive shopping
Top 5 From Female Perspective:
2. He’s Just Not That Into You (the movie)
3. Single friends
4. Video Games
Top 3 Overall:
2. He Just Not That Into You (the movie)
Myspace – Myspace causes drama. The end.
He’s Just Not That Into You – Many girls say they started analyzing everything their men did after watching this movie, guys agree that their girls became very paranoid after the movie.
Excessive shopping – Guys say they want a girl that is into more than just shopping. It is too much drama when it causes financial issues. Also it is well known that money is among the top reasons for divorce!
Single friends – Ladies say some of their man’s single friends cause drama because they encourage them to remain single…the partner in crime.
Video games – Girls say it’s fine to play video games but there is a limit. A grown man should not pay attention to playing video games more than he pays attention to his woman…unless he is being payed for it!
Clubbing – Many couples cannot club together without jealousy drama over someone looking at or conversing with their mate. Some also do not have enough trust for their honey to have guys or girls night out.
Summary of Top 3 Overall:
He’s Just Not That Into You (the movie): Sure sometimes signs are there and maybe it’s a cool movie, but to start analyzing every little thing your man does or says just because of this movie is the sign of an insecure, vulnerable and/or impressionable person. Trust your own instincts and make up your own mind. If you just feel you need a guide, pick up a copy of Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man by Steve Harvey ($11.00 at Walmart.com). It’s a good and entertaining read and probably more informative and valuable than the “relationship killer” movie.
Myspace & Clubbing: If you’re the overly jealous type you shouldn’t be on each others Myspace pages or clubbing together. If you can’t trust your honey to go out with their friends without you, that’s a trust problem. If you’re logging into your honey’s Myspace, email and/or checking phone messages either you’re nosy or you have a trust issue. Even if your honey gave you a reason to be suspicious, my motto is “No trust, no relationship”! If you can’t trust them you shouldn’t be with them. Just because you know someones password doesn’t mean you should snoop…it’s a violation of privacy, waste of your time and makes you appear like the psycho girlfriend that your honey’s friends probably say you are!