Negative Co-Workers Are A No No!

By Team BLAM

VIDEO: If you are in a “good space” in your relationship…don’t be ashamed to show it and share it. If you’ve got something positive going on in your love life don’t allow the negativity you may get from your co-workers to discourage you. Listen in as this wife tries to figure out how to deal with her co-workers and their comments about her marriage. Leave a comment and let us know what you would do.

9 replies
  1. Elle
    Elle says:

    don't look at the person like he/she is negative. my man has taught me a valuable lesson. me being a positive and optimistic person didn't make me better or that different to where i had to be in my own world. I was looking at things wrong. just because they weren't being like me didn't mean that harm would come to me. what you do here is look at others like they are perfect when they are not doing things like you. if they are not like you we tell each other then they are perfect.
    My recent post HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE IN LOVE?

  2. ticora weems
    ticora weems says:

    i will like to know is something wrong with me for be with my boyfriend for 17yrs without being marry

  3. lana moline
    lana moline says:

    Marriage is such a sacred entity. Anyone who does not understand and cherish that should be kept at arms length. I don't think it's a matter of single or not. I have a single girlfriend who is comfortable where she is and offers wonderful insight. I think that people who are happy with themselves will be the best support system in any case. Unfortunately

  4. SheJL
    SheJL says:

    I agree, especially when your gooing through something in your marriage never go to a single friend for advice or to vent….they'll give a sigle person's piont of view and have you single in the end looking stupid..

    • Maria JM
      Maria JM says:

      I think thats a bit of an Ignorant comment to make. Not all single people will hate on all married people and give bad advise, just like not all happily married people root for the success of your marriage. Judge the individual, don't clump everyone together based on martial status.

  5. Patricia Knight
    Patricia Knight says:

    The Ma'at's are right, once again! Listen to them, girl. Enjoy your husband and find yourself another group to fellowship with.

    My husband and I don't have singles or unhappily marrieds in our close circle of friends anymore. We found that they eventually start hating when they see that we're still into eachother after 19 years of marriage.

    A happy marriage is the most coveted relationship known to man. Those that are single have discovered that whoring around gets old, and loneliness ain't pretty. Those who have chosen not to put the work into their marriages will eventually take a look at what they've sown, and they won't want what they reap. That's when the hating starts.

    Make it easy on yourself, dear. Seek out friends who are happily married and working to stay that way. It'll only get worse over time if you neglect to change those you associate with.

    Be an example to others, but don't include them in your close circle of friends. Don't let singles or unhappily marrieds get so close that their hating turns to hurting what you and your husband have built together.

  6. Nelle
    Nelle says:

    The person that I hear the most negative comments from about marriage is my husband. It's a damn shame.

  7. Rochelle
    Rochelle says:

    i can't stand people that just be hatin' especially when you're in love.

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