|Who comes first; Your man or your girlfriends?|
|Written by Administrator on Friday, 27 April 2012 06:24|
So who comes first when you get down to it; your man OR your girls? If you had to choose who would it be? Well, there are far too many girls out there who disown, disavow, and disappear on their girlfriends because of some guy they are “sacrificing” for. Girls, here is a simple list of rules you should NEVER EVER break:
Never cancel important plans with your girls for a man
You just met someone who you hope turns out to be your next boyfriend. He wants to take you out on the same night that your friend invited you to a ‘girls only’ function at her house that she’s planned for months and months. Now, although you do enjoy the girls only functions, suddenly hanging out with a bunch of single women, (or worse still, married ones and you are single), doesn’t seem so appealing does it. Does this mean you cancel your plans with your girls to go out with your new potential suitor? Absolutely not!
Because your friends have been planning the event for a while, and you really could go out with your new guy another day, it’s understood that your girls should definitely come first. No matter how cute he is, your girl comes first in this case.
Serious conversations between you and your girls should remain confidential…even to your man
You may tell your man almost everything, but certain conversations, especially the serious ones between you and your girls, should not ever be repeated. Some women may try to justify this reasoning by saying that they’re not repeating the conversation to another girlfriend; but either way, telling your friends’ business is wrong, even to your man. Chances are, he may not want to hear it anyway, but that doesn’t mean he won’t tell someone else…
Your Girlfriends’ Ex Can’t Be Your Next
Unless that’s how you and your friends roll, in which case you and your girls are definitely a special demented case, dating a close friend’s ex is deemed unacceptable in most cases. While it may work out perfectly fine in the movies, it’s a whole different story off-screen.
Be a Shoulder To Cry On, Even When You Want To Say ‘I Told You So’
You’ve listened to her complain about the same no good man, but you’ve also seen her go back to him just as quickly as she left. You warned her that the situation wasn’t good for her and that she could possibly end up hurt. She listened; but as most grown women usually do, she did exactly what she wanted to do. Still, no matter how many times you’ve warned your girlfriend about no good men or problematic situations, when she needs a shoulder to cry on, you’re expected to be there for her while refraining from saying, ‘I told you so’…at least for that moment.
If You Come Together, You Leave Together
Girlfriends don’t leave girlfriends in unknown places or situations. Even as grown women, it’s understood if you came together, you leave together if in an unfamiliar place. I’m sure you would hate for something bad to happen to your girlfriend because you were too randy and ran out of the club with a new, hot prospect.