Inside the life of a drama free Nairobi side chic
Dear Side Chics,
Let’s face it, being a side chic is never easy. The constant fear of being discovered, the drama that follows, and the guilt that eats you up can affect your mental health.
But, the good news is that with a little effort and self-awareness, you can avoid drama and live your life peacefully.
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Here are a few pieces of advice to help you navigate the ups and downs of being a side chic:
Communication is key: Communicating openly and honestly with your partner is essential. Make sure you’re both on the same page about the nature of your relationship and what you expect from each other. This will help you avoid misunderstandings and unwanted surprises down the line.
Keep it a secret: The less people know about your relationship, the better. Keeping it a secret not only protects your reputation but it also minimizes the chance of drama. Avoid posting pictures of the two of you together on social media, and avoid telling people you don’t trust.
Don’t get too attached: It’s easy to get caught up in the romance and excitement of being with someone new, but remember that you are a side chic, not the main squeeze. Don’t let your emotions take over and don’t let your partner lead you on. Keep your expectations low and avoid getting too attached.
Respect their relationship: Whether you like it or not, your partner is in a committed relationship with someone else. Respect their decision and don’t try to interfere in their relationship. The less drama you cause, the better it is for everyone involved.
Have your own life: Make sure you have a life outside of your relationship with your partner. Spend time with friends, family, and pursue your own interests. Having your own life will not only make you feel more fulfilled, but it will also give you an escape from the drama that often comes with being a side chic.
In conclusion, being a side chic is never easy, but it doesn’t have to be a source of constant drama and stress. By following these simple tips, you can avoid the drama and live a fulfilling life. Remember, communication is key, respect your partner’s relationship, and always have your own life outside of your relationship. Good luck!
A Witty Columnist
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