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How many times when you're venting to your friends about what your man, it's ?his? fault you're mad and the reason things aren't working out. You slept with him and now he's not returning your calls and he's acting like a complete jerk, he curses at you when you two are fighting, he keeps having female ?friends? hit up his phone and he tells you it's nothing and not to worry about it, or how about when you two move in together and it's ?his? fault things didn't work out and now he's moving out. STOP, STOP, STOP blaming it all on him. Everything was cool when you two were having sex, everything was okay when you two were spending time together, and everything was fine when you both went apartment hunting together…but now he decided to up and leave one day and now it's all his fault you're left broken-hearted right? Wrong. It takes two to tango. So just as much as you think he's wrong (which he is, I'm not saying all of these are right) you're just as wrong. A man will only do what you allow him to do. You made that decision to have sex with him and not think about the consequences, there's a reason why God made sex for marriage (I'll talk about that in a later blog) and now that he's treating you different it's ?him.? You made the decision to play house without having a ring on your finger and making that commitment before God, and now it's ?his? fault things didn't work out.
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