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In this video men's style, grooming and relationship expert, Aaron Marino of http://www.iamalpham.com , offers some relationship advice to a young viewer.
As adults, we can learn a lot from young love and relationships, but you are probably not going to like what Aaron Marino of alpha m. has to say. When it comes to relationship advice, it's much easier for those who are not involved or emotionally connected to a relationship or situation to give a better perspective and solid advice. When our heart is attached, you tend to rationalize things when your head knows better.
Crazy usually trumps hot in the end. Jacob (16 year old) sent an email to Alpha about a month ago about his 2-year relationship. Recently, the relationship turned long distance. She started making new friends who are male. Apparently, her new *friends* get angry when they mention Jacob, which she tells Jacob. Her friends say that she and Jacob won't last. She asks how he feels when he hears that. Of course, he gets upset but tries to remain cool.
He has every right to be pissed off as it's a natural emotion. His girl is starting to try to play him like a fool. He has many factors playing against him:
They are both young.
They live far away from each other.
She is telling him about her male friends.
Trust issues are already starting to come up.
The road will be tough he continues to try to have a relationship with her. You have decide what you want to deal with or not. A month later, Jacob sent a follow-up email asking how to break-up with her without hurting her. Alpha advised for him to be a man, call her, wish her well, and be up-front with her.
Adults can learn from this situation. You have to decide what you're willing to put up with. Draw that line. If that line is crossed, you have to be willing to walk away. It's about respect and your own self preservation and dignity. We teach others how to treat us, which goes for your friends, co-workers, parents / family, and the person that you end up in a relationship with. You have to be selfish and understand / acknowledge what you deserve and willing to put up with. So many times, we get into relationships and stagnate. We allow people to treat us poorly.
A relationship has to be cultivated and nurtured by honest communication. It starts with being honest with yourself. You have to try in the relationship. Communication is key! You have to be willing to communicate and be open and honest. Relationships take work. The grass is greenest where you water it and put your attention / focus. If you are committed, make it happen by doing everything in your power. BUT both people have to be invested as it's a two way street!
I'm a GOD fearing black single woman and I MUST say YES...it is attractive when a man won't tolerate obvious mess.
She's not all together bad YET...but she's getting restless and she'd about to take homeboy on a ride he won't enjoy. Spoken like a true alpha male I applaud this advice (minus any sin...low data can't see the clip) lol
Thank you so much Alpha cause I got in a relationship with Someone 2 years younger. We hardly had any problems except for the fact that she would have to run away to meet me. I wasn't really into that because of the distance we were away from each other. Other than that I treated her good. Now all of a sudden she has feelings for her ex and asked for a break cause she still has feelings for me.
But now I'm sure about how to end it without hurting her because of how insecure she is and the fact that she hasn't used me like girls before
I really like the kid who is new this year in my class. He's polite, and acts really nice to everyone. He's also friends with a jerk who tells me I'm ugly ( I'm the girl in my profile pic ) and that everyone hates me. Besides that, the guy I like sits directly next to my best friend and every time I look over there they are laughing and talking. I'm afraid he's interested in her, and vice versa but she won't admit it. What should I do?
There's this girl in my homeroom and I want to get to know her, but I'm to terrified to try. I recently found out she's taking two foreign languages (in other words, she's a go getter) and she's always nicely dressed and super polite, exactly my type. She's got a classy vibe to her and I love it, but I'm afraid to approach her because she's shown no interest in me and we've never really spoken, what should I do?
I got one good question for you Alpha M. if I have friends that are on my Facebook as in 3 of them, that I never seen in person, is it still worth messaging these people sometimes to see how they are doing? one of them lives 20 mins away, another lives a long wase away, and another lives very far away but we text, call, and sometimes video chat. but nothing has been in person yet. I never got into people and relationships and friendships over social media, so I'm finally feeling like myself again. Does this make sense?
Alpha, It's not always like, that :/ I grew up with guys, my best friends are guys, and I attract guys when I meet new people, and I do have a boyfriend who is fine with it, he even likes them very much :) The problem is that there is no respect anymore in relationships, and making someone jealous , because you're uncertain is the dumbest thing you can do, and you definitely don't deserve the guy/girl. But yeah, you definitely have to work hard everyday to have a green grass :)
Sort of right. The reason to be in a relatioship isn't to cross out "being in relationship" from to-do list, it's because you want to be with a specific person so no reason to sweat it if you find no one. Better be happy on my own until it changes.
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