Juliet Ibrahim with Some Super Relationship Advice — Don’t Tell Others What you Want in A Relationship or They’ll Pretend to Be What you Want

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Actress Juliet Ibrahim has turned into a full-time relationship expert on social media these days, now that she doesn’t have Iceberg Slim rubbing his steaming bod all over her.

Sometimes her relationship advice is spot on and sometimes it’s bathsh*t crazy but she keeps it coming all the same.

The actress has fired off another round of relationship advice, one that we think makes just a little sense this time.

According to her, whilst the conventional wisdom of dating is to tell the opposite s*x exactly what you want in a partner, it’s better not to tell them but instead find out who they are and whether they are compatible with you.

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Ibrahim argues that if you tell someone what they want, they can easily pretend to be that, get to chop you down and then perhaps go on their way after getting what they want.

Every time we hear these bits of advice from Juliet, it seems so realistic that perhaps, she’s drawing from her own relationship experiences. Maybe Iceberg Slim pretended to be what he’s not after hearing her expectations, and that’s how he managed to grab her.

Check out her post below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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