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There are two types of flirting, healthy flirting and flirting with intent. Healthy flirting is fun, frivolous, entertaining and makes everyone laugh and feel good. It makes people feel focussed on, important, attractive and in general it has a strong positive and playful vibe to it. It wakes people up from emotional inertia and reminds them that life, relationships and even parties can be far from monotonous if they ignite those aspects of themselves.
It doesn’t matter if you’re single or married, because healthy flirting is innocent, spirited and fun. I see so many people wary of flirtation. I see so many couples raise eyebrows if one was to healthily flirt or be flirted with. That’s also because with being a couple comes a sense of ownership and the jealousy of your partner being “poached” by others.
Firstly, it’s important to realise that jealousy only means you don’t trust your partner. If your partner were to cheat it wouldn’t be in public over laughing and banter. Body language, tonality and words used are what differentiate healthy flirting and flirting with intent. “Intent”, is when the objective is to carry the vibe forward from the party to the bedroom. That’s what singles thrive on (and rightfully so), and what married people should really be doing only with their spouses. I can tell you from experience that there is a huge difference in the two types of flirting. Intent based flirting is almost always clear from the very beginning. You can see it in their eyes, sense it in their touch and also in how they say whatever they say.
If you’re single you can choose to soak in the charm and vibration of it and simply enjoy it or walk away from it if it makes you uncomfortable. Both kinds of flirtation are acceptable and even necessary in their appropriate spaces, but I can also tell you, that flirting with “intent” is hugely disrespectful to your partner and also the person you are flirting with if you are in a relationship or married. It shows you don’t value your vows, and also that you see the other person as someone who will not only compromise their value systems but also be willing to settle for being an “illicit good time”. So put on your choice of flirting hat, but just know it takes more than a wink, more than a drink and more than you think, to be a good flirt.
There are two types of flirting, healthy flirting and flirting with intent. Healthy flirting is fun, frivolous, entertaining and makes everyone laugh and feel good. It makes people feel focussed on, important, attractive and in general it has a strong positive and playful vibe to it. It wakes people up from emotional inertia and reminds them that life, relationships and even parties can be far from monotonous if they ignite those aspects of themselves.
It doesn’t matter if you’re single or married, because healthy flirting is innocent, spirited and fun. I see so many people wary of flirtation. I see so many couples raise eyebrows if one was to healthily flirt or be flirted with. That’s also because with being a couple comes a sense of ownership and the jealousy of your partner being “poached” by others.
Firstly, it’s important to realise that jealousy only means you don’t trust your partner. If your partner were to cheat it wouldn’t be in public over laughing and banter. Body language, tonality and words used are what differentiate healthy flirting and flirting with intent. “Intent”, is when the objective is to carry the vibe forward from the party to the bedroom. That’s what singles thrive on (and rightfully so), and what married people should really be doing only with their spouses. I can tell you from experience that there is a huge difference in the two types of flirting. Intent based flirting is almost always clear from the very beginning. You can see it in their eyes, sense it in their touch and also in how they say whatever they say.
If you’re single you can choose to soak in the charm and vibration of it and simply enjoy it or walk away from it if it makes you uncomfortable. Both kinds of flirtation are acceptable and even necessary in their appropriate spaces, but I can also tell you, that flirting with “intent” is hugely disrespectful to your partner and also the person you are flirting with if you are in a relationship or married. It shows you don’t value your vows, and also that you see the other person as someone who will not only compromise their value systems but also be willing to settle for being an “illicit good time”. So put on your choice of flirting hat, but just know it takes more than a wink, more than a drink and more than you think, to be a good flirt.
 don’t need someone who will blackmail, pressure or arm twist you into a life-long commitment. Simply become boring, irritating, and whiny. He will automatically start moving away.
This is possibly the worst way to find out that your boyfriend is cheating on you.
Twitter user Msixelaa was doing a shift when she picked a woman from the airport. But soon, she found out that it was her boyfriend’s mistress.
Msixelaa wrote that her boyfriend was going away to visit his mother in hospital. “He had luggage packed and everything, and I stayed with him the night before,” she wrote.
Pay attention, because the things are going to get real.

My man told me he was going to ny to see his mom she’s in the hospital he had luggage packed an everything I stayed with him the night befor

We parted ways earlier this morning from his apartment he got in his car I got in mine he drove off like he was going to the airport
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