This Twitter Thread Has Men Providing Relationship Advice To Women

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This Twitter Thread Has Men Providing Relationship Advice To Women

See what men are suggesting...

Published August 18th

Written by Tweety Elitou

One woman opened the floodgate for men to share their relationship advice on Twitter, and the thoughtful and engaging responses resulted in the thread going viral. 

The men’s choice to base their responses on their genuine thoughts, opinions, and experiences proved to be very insightful and helpful for many women who reacted to their male counterparts with positivity and candid questions for understanding. 

From highlighting the importance of knowing what you want in a relationship to encouraging women to pick up on the game, keep scrolling to see the most memorable moments from the conversation. 

  1. "You should never feel the need to ask 'who you texting?'"
  2. "Set boundaries, standards and expectations from day 1."
  3. "Some men can’t appreciate a good woman in a relationship because they’ve never seen an example of a good woman in a relationship."
  4. "Be accepting of differences..."
  5. "If you’re both honest, there’s no reason to doubt each other’s words."
  6. "Don't carry old wounds into a new situation."
  7. "GOD, gave women a super power called women's intuition. Y'all not using it."
  8. "Don’t believe who he seems to be until after the 3rd or fourth month."
  9. "Know who you are before you get into a relationship."
  10. "Stop dating to fill a void, you’ll never be happy with another person, if you aren’t happy on your own terms."
  11. "Don’t tolerate anything you wouldn’t expect someone to tolerate from you."
  12. "Allow the universe to bring you something better."
  13. "Don’t relinquish your womanhood in order to make him feel big."
  14. "The moment he gets another girl, you're gone."
  15. "find a man who IS the man you want. not CAN BE."
  16. "Believe our actions the first time, and don't make excuses for it."

This communication is something we needed for a very long time in Black community. Lets hope that the dialogue continues as we continue to grow and heal. 

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