‘I am tired of my boyfriend!’ cries woman after dating for two years

A 24-year woman has confessed that she’s no longer interested in her boyfriend after dating for close to two years.

The woman claims that her 28-year-old boyfriend is clueless and has no plans for the future.”

“I can’t believe I am doing this..but this seems like a last resort for me…l am so tired of my present relationship. I have been dating this guy for close to 2 years.

When I met him…He was completely clueless about what he wants out of life. He just doesn’t fit me looking at him now. He is as clueless as when we met. The annoying part is I respect him so much. He cannot boldly say He has given me ANYTHING since we started dating. I have spent stipend on him countless times.

I have my flaws which he overlooks. I am just tired of him getting angry over little things, and bringing out past offense when there is another offense. I really don’t think I can handle this again. I am totally fed up. What should I do?

Reactions include:

mz_lemons: Do what makes you happy..

damz: He’s still young please leave him alone! Women mature faster than men

cheeryblozzomstore: If you are tired leave.

peters_mith: Walk away now.

da_veid: Isn’t love supposed to forgive and forget….or how does love work again?

single_parents_in_africa: If you are not careful, you’ll join him. Dump him now if you want to stay sane.

hrh_nma: Then you break up and move on… Why do people complain about everything? Bounce if you can’t take the heat …

_thatgirl_tasha: Since he’s clueless walk out of his life a guy might not hv cash but he has plans.

Achana Na Slay Queens: High School Principal Warns Students Against Romance Or Else

A leading public school headteacher has warned pupils he will give them a ‘worse reference’ for university – if they have a sweetheart in school.

Toby Belfield, principal at £34,500-a-year Ruthin School in Wales, wrote in an email to staff that he ‘strongly disapproves’ of pupils being in romances with each other.

He warned a list of sanctions against would-be school sweethearts – including expulsion and marked-down uni references.

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Mr Belfield said anyone in year 11 or the lower sixth form usually aged 15 to 17 would be expelled if found to have a boyfriend or girlfriend in school.

In his email to staff, Mr Belfield said: ‘School is not the place for romantic relationships – ever.

‘I STRONGLY disapprove of any boyfriend/girlfriend relationships – and it will ALWAYS affect any university reference I write (meaning – any student in a relationship will definitely get a worse reference from me).

‘Relationships can start at university – not at Ruthin School.


‘I will be talking to staff and, as in previous years, I will put together a list of any student with a boyfriend or girlfriend. These students – if in L6 (lower sixth form) or F5 (year 11) can expect to find new school in September.

‘There are plenty of students that wish to attend Ruthin School without the diversion of romance – and these students can replace those students whose focus is on bf/gf relationships.’

Mr Belfield is headteacher of the ancient fee-paying school in Ruthin, North Wales, which is ranked number 12 in the Times 2017 A Level League Tables.

In February last year leaked emails to staff showed him ranting about female pupils wearing skirts that ‘look like they are going to a nightclub’ and ‘pathetic students pretending to be ill’, after looking for ways to dismiss students whose parents had already paid their fees.

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Traits Of A Good Boyfriend

There have been various discussions about what a good woman should be like or what girlfriend material is. A woman who can cook, clean, is understanding, no drama among others. What about the men?

If you want to know what a good boyfriend should be like, here are some of the traits as discussed by men.

 1. A good boyfriend respects his girlfriend.

2. He surprises her with gifts for no reason.

3. He always asks her how her day was.

4. He’s never too jealous (just a little bit, so she knows he values her).

5. He communicates all the time.

6. He’s there for her, even when it’s inconvenient.

7. He lets her see his silliest self.

8. He keeps the relationship interesting.

9. He knows they’re equals.

10. He pushes her out of her comfort zone.

11. He’s humble.

12. He watches movies with her (including romance films).

13. He keeps the idea of marriage in mind.

14. He trusts her no matter what.

15. He doesn’t try to change her opinions.

16. He carves out time for her.

17. He doesn’t worry about being “whipped.”

18. He’s loyal.

19. He gives her space when she needs it.

20. He remembers her birthday.

21. He tells her she’s beautiful.

22. He’s careful with his words.

23. He tries his best to get along with her friends.

24. He’s affectionate.

25. He listens to her.

26. He puts her needs above his.

27. He helps her grow personally.

28. He’s open minded.

29. He treats her like they had just met.

30. He’s her friend as much as her boyfriend.

31. He makes her laugh.

32. He loves her wholly.


Signs Your Girls Don’t Like Your Man

We have heard of or even been in situations where we don’t like our friends boyfriend or vice versa. But before we actually discover why that is the case, there are certain behaviors one needs to observe before jumping into conclusion. How do you tell your friends don’t like your man?

Here are some signs:

1. They snub him – They never, ever want to hang out with the two of you together. But if you’re up for a girls’ night they will come around. But to be in your boyfriend’s presence? Well, they typically make excuses. Perhaps you ought to wonder why they never want to see him.

2. They try to convince you to dump him – In a fight with your man? It’s guaranteed your girls will be beside you, rooting for you to dump that dude they cannot stand. But the second things are peaches and cream between you two, they back off a bit.

3. They constantly point out other men – If you’re out or share mutual friends and connections, your girls will point out eligible great guys and talk about great mutual male friends you share together. Why? They’re wishing you would break it off with your guy and find someone else.

4. Your boyfriend doesn’t like your friends, either – If your man doesn’t like your friends, it could be because they share nothing in common. Or he can tell that they just don’t like him.

5. They incite fights with him – Your BFF who likes to pick fights or is quick to stick up for you during a fight between you and your guy? She hates your boyfriend. She’ll also enjoy getting into debates with him and won’t shy away from disagreeing with him, because she isn’t afraid and most likely doesn’t respect him.

6. They tell you, straight-up – If your friends outwardly tell you they don’t think he’s good for you, they don’t approve. Why? Are they being bitchy or are they seeing issues that you’re avoiding or denying? This is something only you know the answer to.

Take your time and find out what the saltiness is all about, it could be genuine and you may need to re-evaluate things.

Girlfriend’s Pregnancy Prank On Her Boyfriend Backfires (Video)

The next time you want to prank someone just make sure that they cannot outsmart you.

A woman decided to play a prank on her boyfriend and lie that she is pregnant .

The couple had been going out for three years and the woman was on the pill, well atleast that’s what the boyfriend thought.

So she calls him to have a sit down so that she may give him the news and all hell breaks loose.

Watch video here:

Woman stabs her boyfriend in University

A student was stabbed on the neck by his girlfriend at Masinde Muliro university in Kakamega on Wednesday.

A hostel neighbour said trouble began when the student knocked his girlfriend’s door for an hour while drunk.

She refused to open but he reportedly forced himself in and started beating her forcing her to retaliate.

“Though they have been a troubled couple none of us ever thought things would ever get this ugly one day,” the neighbour said.

The stabbed student denied being drunk saying he has never taken alcohol or any other drugs.

In an interview with KNA in his room, he said he hopes university authorities and his parents will not pursue the case.

He said he would like to continue with his studies as soon as he recovers.

His doctors said he had mild bruises and is in stable condition.

Security officers at the campus said they were aware of the incident but refused to give more information, saying they were not authorised to speak for the university.

The dean was away on an official assignment.


10 Relationship Deal Breakers

Most of us want to be good to our romantic partner. We want to show them love and respect and make them happy, but sometimes our emotional issues get in the way of our doing the right thing.

If any of the following behaviours apply to you, you’re relationship my be in serious trouble:

1. Selfishness: putting your needs and feelings ahead of your partner’s will not endear you to them. Being selfish leads to alienation and disconnection and breaks down the intimacy in a relationship.

2. Contempt. The reason to be with someone is because you care about them. This means that you should also like them, respect them, enjoy their company and be glad to know them. Ideally, you should be best friends as well as lovers.

3. Shaming. People are very sensitive to shame. Being in a relationship is supposed to build each person’s sense of self-worth and increase their confidence, and if you humiliate your partner in front of other people, consider this to be the kiss of death for the relationship.

4. Nagging. People want to feel like their relationship is their refuge, their “safe space.” If you continually nag your partner, they’ll feel harassed and will want to withdraw from you.

5. Lack of Support:  Your partner should feel like they can depend on you. They should trust that you’ll encourage them when they need a boost and that you’ll be there for them when they’re down.

6. Controlling Behaviour:  One of the advantages of being an adult is that we finally get to be autonomous and self-regulating. Most adults relish this independence and don’t want it taken away. If you’re very controlling toward your partner, they’ll feel oppressed and become resentful.

7. Unfavorable comparisons. Your partner wants to believe that you’re with them because you see them as a unique individual with wonderful qualities. When you compare them unfavorably to other people, they become demoralized. It’s unlikely they’ll want to stick around with someone who makes them feel this way.

8. Never being satisfied with anything. One of the nicest things about a relationship is the feeling that someone gets when they realize they can make you happy. It gives your partner great pleasure and a sense of empowerment to know that something they’ve done has lifted your spirits or has improved the quality of your life.

9. Lack of commitment or cheating. A major reason for being in a relationship is to feel loved and secure. If you refuse to commit, you’ll cause your partner to feel vulnerable and unsure of your true feelings. Their growing anxiety will lead to conflict.

10. Abuse (verbal or physical). Some people believe that being in a relationship gives them license to take out their hurt or angry feelings on their partner. Loving someone means that you should treat them at all times with consideration and respect.