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Communication
by Anonymous
December 1, 2010

Whether you consider yourself within, a part of or outside of the community, we can all attest to the importance and value of communication. If this was the situation: There are two close masculine women friends. One stud is in a relationship and has a girlfriend and the other stud is close to her friend\'s girlfriend. They chill and text each other sometimes which has been troubling the stud who is in the relationship.

Whether you consider yourself within, a part of or outside of the community, we can all attest to the importance and value of communication. If this was the situation: There are two close masculine women friends. One stud is in a relationship and has a girlfriend and the other stud is close to her friend\'s girlfriend. They chill and text each other sometimes which has been troubling the stud who is in the relationship.

Where do you think the communication should happen?

Here are some possible solutions:

A couple of things; 1) Both individuals should discuss how the situation with the texting and chilling is making them both feel and 2) The girlfriend, who is doing the chilling with the friend, should step out and see how her partner is feeling and if she can at least empathize with where her girlfriend is coming from.

If both masculine women are friends, they should be able to discuss both sides and from both perspectives. There\'s potential for communication to get lost if both friends decide to let go of the way they are feeling and the situation continues on. Even worse, one friend could go to the extent of confronting the other, resulting in a physical fight or a \"swear showdown\". Communication is Communicating...

My fellow masculine women, have you ever been in a similar situation? What do you think and how can we communicate in more effective, productive ways?

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