- Abena Magis, a popular Ghanaian relationship advisor, recently shared the story of a young man who was confused about his girlfriend's requests
- The girlfriend had a conversation with her man, demanding that he is a bit more rough and hurtful in order to keep the relationship thriving
- Social media users in Ghana have been sharing their opinions on the lady's attitude after reading her concerns
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A young man in Ghana has amazed social media users after sharing a screenshot of a conversation he was having with his girlfriend.
The picture that was sent to famous Ghanaian relationship advisor, Abena Magis, had the man anonymously inquiring whether the behavior of his girlfriend was really normal.
"This is a screenshot of a convo between my girlfriend and I. Is it true that most ladies love it more when there is drama and petty fights in the relationship? lol," he asked.
In the convo, the lady was complaining that the man was too nice and the relationship was no more exciting because she does not get hurt often by him and he apologises too quickly.
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What social media users are saying
After reading the full narration, below were some comments from social media users.
I never understood these things and I broke up with my gf when she was doing same thing...I thought she was just nagging...now I regret leaving her and I want her back
I think the lady has been exposed to negative and toxic relationships, so that's her benchmark for a 'good ' relationships. So sad Disappointed but relieved face
Y3fr3 me Ekow Amoah indicated:
"it doesn't matter make the relationship lit". Snr, no one sells kerosene in your area? I can dash you matches.
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Lady shows with sample chats that "male besties" are often more helpful than real boyfriends
In another story, a local woman has had social media buzzing after she took to Twitter to share two screenshots of two different conversations with both her boyfriend and her male bestie. In the texts, the lady tells the boyfriend and the bestie how she just got stuck.
"Babe, my car broke down in the middle of nowhere, I'm so scared," she wrote in one text to both the boyfriend and to the bestie.
The responses from the two differed vastly, somewhat proving the point for some woman that "male besties" are not only important to have, but sometimes better to have than actual boyfriends, who seemingly can tend to get a little too comfortable in relationships.