Advice From The Tribe pt.1


Allison Bower

Hopefully, some of this advice can help you in the future.

Daina Desty, Staff Writer

Hey, Chiefs. I’m here to answer the questions that everyone seems to ask at some point. I have a few questions here that I would like to answer.

  1. What do I do when my boyfriend is being distant?

          It would be best if you confronted your partner about your concern and what it is that is bothering you about him being distant. Don’t be afraid to say how you really feel! That prevents confusion and lets you know where you stand with that person. Based on his response and his behavior with you, if he continues being distant then I think it’s best to say, leave him, because boys always act like this when their attention is on someone or something else. It is up to you to do what you feel is best for you, whether that be leaving and finding someone better or staying in a position where you aren’t happy.

  1. How to cope with a broken heart?

I feel like to cope with a breakup or take your mind off of it you just have to keep yourself busy and accept the fact that you guys aren’t together anymore. Is it going to be hard? Yes. Is it going to take time? Yes. Do things you enjoy and surround yourself with people who can take your mind off of it. I know it’s going to be hard, I know!

     3. What do I do if I spoke to my partner about something that was bothering me and they continue to do it?

Girl, stand up and leave that little boy. You shouldn’t have to repeat yourself; he heard you the first time. Remember the phrase, “If he wanted to he would.” Stand by what you say so people don’t get the opportunity to play with you.