Some Funny Relationship Advice By A Cute 6 Year Old Kid
The funny kids in this video are so cute discussing dating and what turns out to be funny relationship advice, well, you have to see it below.
Not only is it amusing to watch these funny kids deliberating about the dreaded “he doesn’t call me” dating issue but you may find the video worth a second viewing after you read my thoughts below.
The 6 year old cute kid, Janet, doles out advice on dating – specifically what to do when he (the boyfriend) doesn’t call.
That’s right, she’s six and giving advice for when your boyfriend doesn’t call. The other funny kid is 4 year old friend Everest who wanted to sit by Janet.
These funny kids together make quite the duo.
When cute little Janet was asked “What should a girlfriend do when he, the boyfriend, doesn’t call you?” she responded with her funny relationship advice for women.
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Pretty good stuff from these funny kids wouldn’t you say?
This funny relationship advice from this cute young girl may seem silly to you or you may find that you’ve done some of those very things!
As an adult woman, when your boyfriend doesn’t call, and you feel REALLY upset and scared that you don’t mean as much to him as he does to you, what would be your response?
Is it the same as this cute kid Janet’s funny relationship advice she shared?
Now some of you may admit to:
- Wondering if Janet’s advice was correct, or
- Admitting that you’ve done more than one of her 5 steps in response to a guy not calling you.
Let’s break down this precociously funny kid’s dating advice on what to do when he doesn’t call.
#1 Janet Dating Tip: Call Him
I know in today’s world of “push to be like a guy in the workplace,” that translates in media and TV to push to be like a guy in dating…as in call him if he’s not calling you.
He doesn’t call you and your quick auto-thought responds impulsively to pick up the phone and call him.
You feel like you’ll lose everything in a day when he doesn’t call you at all.
Your thoughts murmur with solutions to “What to do when he doesn’t call you” and then that mind can’t calm enough to allow in a non-desperate solution, so you end up doing what you probably know doesn’t really work…you call him.
When your boyfriend doesn’t call you, I know it hurts, but it’s better to feel that hurt than the hurt mixed with “why did I do that?” when you call and he acts like you’re interrupting…his entire life.
It’s always better to refocus yourself on yourself and take care of whatever you need to do in the moment that doesn’t involve worrying about you not getting called by him.
You know all of this probably, but as the minutes tick after he doesn’t call you, you feel compelled to call him. And justify it as though you are entitled and it won’t harm anything.
*Sound of screeching tires*
Not a good idea to call him. It’s an idea, but not an effective one.
The guy will instantly in his mind think of you as an aggressor and that you’re probably pushing for something… maybe a relationship, maybe for sex.
If you walked up to a guy and asked him if he’d think any of that, most guys would say they wouldn’t, but they really would.
#2 Janet Dating Tip: Go To His House To See If He’s There
Tell the truth here. You’ve done this.
Even if you lived 20 minutes away, you drive and announce you “just happened to be in the neighborhood” after he answers your knock at his door.
The truth is you were obsessed and feeling bothered by his silence.
When you get judgments and expectations of what he’s supposed to be doing with you, that’s always a lose-lose situation.
He thinks you’re controlling his time and you feel unattended to.
As soon as you feel unattended to, that’s a signal FOR YOU to attend to you.
Go do something productive.
#3 Janet Dating Tip: Go To His Family’s House
How many of you have done this?
Gone to his family’s house perhaps to secure your position in his life by endearing his family.
*more screeching tires braking*
One word: stop.
Try to avoid using his family to get to him. It’s a lose-lose-lose trifecta.
#4 Janet Dating Tip: Talk To His Parents
Okay, don’t laugh, but hundreds of thousands of women have done this for generations.
The underlying thought is: if he’s not cooperating, report him to someone who does have (possible) authority over him: his parents.
Yes, that’s a half-baked thought (that his parents would intervene on your behalf of an adult son), but there are some men controlled by one of their parents, seemingly forever, so it has its merit in the minds of desperate women.
Do you really want a man who you have to get his parents to tell him to pay attention to you?
#5 Janet Dating Tip: Label Him A “Bad Boy”
Funny kids with funny relationship advice “out of the mouths of babes,” Janet used a term that actually MANY women seek in a man…a bad boy, but that’s not what Janet meant.
She meant: a boy who’s not doing the woman’s bidding…he must be bad.
The thinking goes, he has to be bad or why is he “misbehaving” and not calling?
Men think: “I’ll call when I want to, or when I’m not busy.”
That does not technically make him bad. He just has a life and right now you are not a priority.
Best to ride it out, date others, and see if he has any desire to make you a more frequent contact.
I hope you did get a laugh with this video.
As you grow and learn and gain wisdom with men and your own heart, we might as well laugh along the way.
It’s fun to hear funny advice from kids but sometimes we realize that they have these conditioned responses from society that we too are often ruled by in our current situations in life.
I’m here as a coach to help you get squared away with issues like this.
Other women will enjoy a laugh too, so please share this post or video with the funny advice from Janet and Everest! Take care.
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