Why Do We Always Blame the Other Woman?
Why Do We Always Blame the Other Woman?
Even if your relationship falling apart is his fault, it’s so much easier to hate the girl...even if you don’t know her. We break down the why.
Faarah Mehta

When a third person enters your relationship, it’s nothing short of heartbreaking. And more often than not, we jump to the conclusion that it is the other woman who’s to be blamed (example: Jordyn Woods and Tristan Thompson). Sure, if she’s your bestie, then, of course, it’s a betrayal, and you have every right to play the blame game. But what if she’s not? And even if she is, shouldn’t your guy get his share of flak, too? It’s frustrating that the man usually gets away unscathed, while the woman is trolled as the seductress who pounced on an unsuspecting and innocent bystander. We’ve got some pointers on how to handle the situation before you dive headlong into a catfight.

WHEN YOU SHOULD NOT BLAME HER

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February 2020