This thought was sparked when Steve Harvey had specific guests on his talk show. It was a couple. A woman seeking help because her boyfriend was a big flirt. It was clear that the man loved his woman, he just saw it as being harmless and not a big deal to flirt with other women. The male guest knew his actions weren’t appropriate. He also knew his woman, the one he plans on being with for a while, didn’t approve of his actions. However, none of that inspired him to change his ways. Eventually the female guest expressed to her flirtatious boyfriend that she wasn’t going to tolerate his senseless behavior and that she would be done with the relationship. This is where Steve Harvey chimes in to see where the guy stands in the relationship, to see if the guy really saw a future with the woman he was currently with.
Steve went on to ask the male guest if he loved his girlfriend, if he saw a future with his girlfriend and if he valued his girlfriend. The male guest was more than confident that he have no other intentions but to marry his girlfriend, he didn’t want to lose her. Steve then looks at the guy in pure confusion and ask “What are you doing then?”. Steve then goes on to say “a real male friend wouldn’t let you get away with this”. A real male friend wouldn’t let you do anything stupid, especially at the expense of loosing a great woman.
Here’s the problem. A lot of men are getting bad advise from other stupid, senseless men. This tends to be an ongoing problem. There need to be more people, specifically men, giving better advise. Maybe then making better decisions when it comes to relationships will become the norm.
Tyrone from 3 blocks down is giving bad advise telling you to turn up. Instead, listen to the people with common sense. Get a friend like Steve Harvey who’s willing to tell the truth.