Hey Jamari! I love your site and I am just getting out of a 7 year relationship. I never thought I would be single at the age of 26. Anyway I am looking to move away from my current state and I was thinking of just moving to Houston Texas. I am not being taken seriously because I am not in the state.
Do you think I should move to that state without my job or wait?
thank you for the love!
you know i appreciate it and extremely grateful you check me out!
yeah i said “congrats”.
even though it’s over,
congrats on being in a relationship for 7 years.
not only is that a major blessing,but that also shows an exception to the rule within this life we all live in.
you know some of these folks date for like a week.
now the part in the email that stuck out to me was what i highlighted.
you may not be taken seriously in your old forest,
but how do you know you’ll be taken seriously in the new one?
i thought i would be taken serious in florida,
but i quickly realized otherwise.
it was actually real boring.
new yawk city life is all i know.
when i came back and got this job,
things opened up for me and life started taking me seriously again.
who knows what would have happened if i stayed down there.
it wasn’t like the job market was any better.
…and speaking of that,
never leave your old forest without a job.
the economy is DEF not promised to anyone right now.
you don’t want to bounce,
and also be broke in the process.
then you have to pack up and come back with your tail between your legs.
never a good look.
i want you to really figure out why you are leaving your forest.
is it to start anew and reinvent?
be on your own?
or is it to get away with hopes of meeting someone new?
but i feel you maybe unprepared for this move.
i could be wrong tho.
remember that once you leave,
you should never have any reason to go back.
well unless it’s to visit.
make sure you have it all together before you bounce.