She’s no good, But I miss her

​She’s not good for me, but why do I still miss her?

Wondering if anyone else has been or is in this situation, and how do you deal with it? 

I haven’t spoken with my ex in about two weeks, and I’m liking it this way. I was the dumper, but she made it a bit more painful by blocking my email and phone number. 

In my heart, I know she was not right for me and I know that she didn’t treat me very well. Sometimes, I find myself thinking of the good times and some of the sweet things she did for me. However, when I size everything up, as much as I miss the good times, I realize she had major issues and was not ready for a relationship. 

What KILLS me is when I get stuck thinking about the good times, when I remember nice things she said and did, and things I could have done better. I have a little bit of a panic, and I start to replay conversations and situations, and wonder if I could have somehow modified my behavior to change the outcome so I could still be with her. 
It almost seems silly and irrational, because all throughout this short relationship, I had this gut feeling saying, no, no, no, she has issues, she’s not over her ex, she’s not a good person, etc. When I get into these moments though, I have very strange thinking and I get tempted to find someway to contact her. 

It’s usually worst on the weekends, because now that I am single, I have not much to do. I don’t have many friends, and when I was with her, I spent alot of time with her. Now that I am single again, I’m at home alot of the time by myself. All of this idle time allows my mind to wander. I’ve tried pretty hard with the few friends I have. The one has a girlfriend and he spends most of his time with her, so I’m lucky to see him maybe once or twice a month. The other friend – it never seems to work out. I’ve tried the past few weeks to make plans, but he’s always busy.

Wondering if anyone else is in a similar situation? How did you deal with it? 
I’ve also started to do some online dating. This was a 3.5 month relationship, and like I said, in my heart, I am done with this girl. I feel like online dating is OK, but sometimes I wonder if it’s really a good idea. I haven’t met anyone yet, because alot of people are flakey. The people I actually like just disappear. I’ve found very few profiles online that I actually liked…

… But seriously, who’s this she I’m talking about? 😂😂😂 LOL

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5 THINGS: Ways To Spoil Your Girl Without Spending A Dime

​It’s been said that money can solve most of your problems which is true to an extent but in certain situations, money truly isn’t the only thing that can help.

With the current situation of the world, some guys who used to spend a whole lot on their girlfriends have needed to make major changes in order to survive.

Does this mean the end of your relationship is near? No, if your woman truly loves you and not your money, they are many ways to pamper her and show how special she is to you without one naira leaving your pocket.
Here are five sure ways to make your girlfriend feel like a princess when you don’t have money to blow:

1. Make her a romantic dinner.
This is for the men who know how to cook…or at least can whip up a decent chicken or fish stew. You should already have said ingredients at home so you make it the way you know she likes.

You also have the normal white candles and some matches at home, so you can dim the lights and light up the candles to set a romantic mood. Sure, it won’t be as as glamourous as in the movies but the effort is really what makes it worthwhile.

2. Help her with her chores.

Your girlfriend may need to clean the house or wash her clothes or do her hair. All these things are quite stressful and you offering to help out will really go a long way.
Add her clothes to yours and wash them or help clean the house or see how you can help her do her hair. It is not usual boyfriend behaviour and will come as a nice surprise and she will be glad to see how much you care.

3. Sing her favorite song to her 

You don’t need to make a show of it or get a mic but just sing to her at some point during the day. You don’t need to have the best voice on earth but try to sing on key.
Usually, when women like a song, they imagine the singer wrote it for them so imagine how happy she will feel if her boyfriend sings the lyrics to her.

4. Help her with her work problems. 

Whether she is employed or unemployed, we all need to strategies how we want our year to work out. Those with good jobs want to get better ones and those without jobs want to get a good one.
She may already have a plan afoot but involve yourself and see how you can improve it for her or help her reach her goals quicker.
5. Give her a massage. 

After a long day or work, we all need to relax and let our bodies reboot. Massages are a way of relieving our muscles of the stress which helps the body relax.

Most women won’t have the time to book a masseuse or go to a spar so you learning some basic techniques and giving her a free massage will definitely make her day better.

These 15 words will definitely sweep her off her feet

​Christina Hendricks’ advice for men in the May issue of Esquire is overflowing with juicy gems — hell, her argument that men should use the word “panties” more because it’s “se*y,” “girlie,” and “naughty” even won me over. (Just don’t try and bring back “moist,” Miss Holloway.) Another quote had me thinking that maybe she’d been reading The Frisky.

“There are better words than beautiful. Radiant, for instance. It’s an underused word. It’s a very special word. ‘You are radiant.’ Also, enchanting, smoldering, intoxicating, charming, fetching.”

Well, we all know how I feel about the word beautiful (yes, please, call me beautiful!), but I wouldn’t toss a man out of bed for calling me any of Hendricks’ suggestions either. Here are 15 other words to call a woman to make her heart go aflutter.

1. Brilliant

2. Hilarious













What other words do/would you like to hear?