5 Reasons The Side Chick May Become The Main Chick - ZUMI
1 months ago, 22 June 14:38
I do not in any way respect women who accept to be part of other people’s relationships. But the reality is side chicks exist and on top of it some of them can easily become the main chick. If a side chick is determined enough she may end up taking your place without you even realizing it. In case you’re wondering why another woman may take your place, these are the main reasons why.
Things can get really heated in a relationship and in a negative way. You may go cry yourself to sleep but he may go to his side chick and vent to her. She will obviously listen and probably feel so good because she has become his confidant.
You are now boring and uptight so he gets someone who is exciting and interesting. The interesting and happy go lucky type of girl will definitely steal your man. She makes him feel alive and you just remind him that he needs to be serious with life everyday 24/7.
All you do is wear your old promotions tee shirts and old granny panties then there’s this chick who just dresses up for him. If you want the pressure to turn things up sometimes then you should probably not be in a relationship or you share your man in peace.
She has a life so he keeps chasing her all the time. He already got you and you literally centre your life around his. So while you’re there cooking for him and babying him he is chasing some girl who doesn’t respond to his calls.
You keep lecturing him about his dirty habits, his fashion sense and why he is not eating well. I get that you’re trying to better him but he is a grown ass man and sometimes he just wants someone who won’t keep analyzing him 24/7.
First of all, if your man has a side chick and you’re entertaining it there’s a high chance that he can leave you at any time. A man may say that they will never stop loving you and that all these other girls are just for lust but by the time he has someone else he can sort of emotionally invested in her and he will stress you for life.
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