- A young lady by the name of Jaynee caused a bit of friction on Twitter after she shared relationship advice
- Jaynee's post was directed at women and she advised them to find themselves before finding a man
- Jaynee's post went viral, gaining thousands of likes, retweets and replies from all over the world
A young lady by the name of Jaynee shared a piece of relationship advice online recently. Jaynee wants young women to focus on themselves before finding themselves a man. She listed a few things to do instead of getting into a relationship.
Some of these are studying, finding a better job, finding a skincare regimen or reading a book. She wrote her tweet in all capital letters in an attempt to stress the importance of what she was saying.
Jaynee's tweet quickly went viral worldwide gaining over 179.4k likes, 45.5k retweets and 6 200 quote tweets.
Take a look at Jaynee's tweet below:
These were just a few of the hundreds of responses left under her tweet:
"So very well said. Once you find you, he will come."
"Why are people in these comments so confused? No one said don’t find love and affection. The problem with a lot of women is they prioritise men over hitting their milestones and suffer because of it."
"I agree. Everyone should stop focusing on trying to find a partner and focus on themselves. I know you want to be loved or maybe you just feel like you need someone but that's not the case. It's draining and definitely not necessary. Work on you. Then, a partner may come along."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on another lady that went viral for sharing relationship advice. Every relationship, the good and the bad, can do with some introspection and good advice every now and then.
Taking to her Twitter page, @NolwAzi_Tusini shared what she thinks is the recipe for a good relationship - making an effort, not settling, and being both reliable and honest with your partner at all times.
"Bantase. Someone who is interested in you will make an effort. They will make a plan. They will arrange the date and then show up accordingly. They will be reliable and honest. They will be present and accountable. Please don’t settle for less," she wrote.
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