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THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES: MODEL PAMELA JEAN NOBLE

THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES: MODEL PAMELA JEAN NOBLE

Love can be very confusing at times! Kaboom! Magazine wants to help you with this crazy little thing called love in the form of our sex/relationship segment entitled “That’s The Way Love Goes.” #TTWLG is where Kaboom! Magazine allows fans and viewers of our exclusive website the chance to have their questions on sex, heartbreak, relationships, and love to be answered by their favorite celebrities/entertainment personalities. Today, Kaboom! fans get lovely advice from fitness model Pamela Jean Noble. This California sex symbol was a Kaboom! Magazine bombshell hot 100 model in 2015, which led to her becoming one of the most followed figures on social media amassing over 3 million followers. Let’s see how Pamela tackles issues such as cheating friends, punch drunk, a flirty player, and many more. Allow Pamela to tell you the way love goes.

Pamela Jean Noble Info:
Age: 27
Zodiac Sign: Cancer
Hometown: Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Occupation: Fitness Model
Instagram: www.instagram.com/pamelajeannoble
Twitter: www.twitter.com/pamelajeannoble
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pamelajeannoble
Personal Website: www.pamelajeannoble.net
If you could have the career of one person (past or present) who it would have to be…..: Jennifer Aniston. She’s hilarious, beautiful, and successful!
Does True Love exist: Of course it does! I should know!

You know you’re in love when….: When you have non-stop butterflies and it just comes naturally with no awareness at all!

Why should someone take your advice on love: My man and I have been together now for over a year. We met in the Bahamas while filming Bravo’s Below Deck. We met in one day I flew out the next day. He filmed his episode and the night he got home from filming booked his ticket and flew out to see me in California (He lived in Indiana). We spent the whole weekend together. The next weekend I flew out to see him in Chicago where he asked me to be his girlfriend. A month later he moved to California where we lived together ever since and we just bought a house together. Safe to say we get along amazing and we really found love. When you know, you know.

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Dear Pamela,
So recently, I stopped talking to my girlfriend. I don’t like the way she talks to me and I’m still finding it difficult to forgive her for cheating on me with a guy at her job. I came home to find them in my bedroom 8 months ago. I even caught her still talking to him the next day after all that happened. I’ve been through a lot of bullsh*t with her lying, cheating, and talking to different guys in the first 2 months of dating her. But after a very early rough patch, we did go on to have a great two years together. She was a great girlfriend and we were even engaged for a little bit. This is the first time that we actually officially broke up or took a break. It’s just a lot of things are going through my mind and I’m kind of a wreck right now. I stopped talking to her for a few days and she’s sent me texts saying that she is sorry and misses me like crazy. She also sent me a text saying that if we’re together then we’re together, but if we’re broken up then she gonna start dating other people. I do miss her a lot and I want to make this work, but I don’t understand how she can just move on so quickly if needed too. I just miss her and I don’t know what to do because I’m in love with someone who I think loves me, but not in love with me. You can’t help who you fall in love with, so should I give this another shot or should I just let the love of my life go?

Sincerely,
Love Me or Die Hard

Dear Love Me or Die Hard,
I think this can be very short and sweet but might not be what you want to hear. If she truly loved you she wouldn’t have cheated on you nor be able to move on so quick. So safe to say she isn’t the love of your life she’s just the greatest love you’ve had thus far. Move on. When you find the “real love of your life” you’ll look back on this time and laugh at what you thought love was.

Sincerely,
Pamela

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Dear Pamela,
I’m 25 years old and I just divorced my husband after a year of marriage. We have a daughter together and we didn’t go to court, but we did agree that our daughter would live with me. My ex-husband has already moved on with a new girlfriend, but lately they’ve been having a lot of issues. One night, he came by my apartment and told me that they got into a huge fight and she kicked him out of their place. As much as I didn’t want to, I allowed him to stay at my apartment a few days until things calmed down between him and his girlfriend. One of those days I asked him if he could drop me off at work and take my car to the dealership to be service? When he was coming to pick me up from work, I was waiting outside talking to my co-worker who I am extremely attracted to. He was very polite not allowing me to wait outside of work by myself. When my ex-husband arrived, you could tell that he was very upset with my co-worker waiting with me. My ex immediately knew that I was attracted to him and as soon as I got into the car he yells out “So you haven’t learned your lesson about black guys yet?” I was like “What are you talking about?” and he replies “Please don’t give me that sh*t, now that we’re not together anymore you wanna start messing around with black guys again.” This led to us arguing the entire way home. My ex is Korean, I’m Cuban, and my baby is mixed with both. Before I married my husband, all I dated was black men and for a long time I felt that only black men were attracted to me because they were the only ones that would approach me. I am very attracted to my co-worker and I would like to move forward with that relationship, but my ex-husband comments are making things very difficult. My ex-husband is very possessive especially when it comes to me and his daughter and I already know that if he finds out about me and my co-worker he’s gonna say “I told you so.” (WHICH I HATE WHEN HE DOES THAT!) I don’t want to have drama with my ex-husband, but I don’t wanna not take the chance with my co-worker all because of his skin color and my ex-husband’s racist insecurities. If you were in my shoes, how would you handle this situation?

Sincerely,
Color in Between the Lines

Dear Color in Between the Lines,
You are not with your ex-husband anymore and since he has already moved on he has no say with what you decide to do. I do not see color for friendships so I will never understand people that do. You can’t help what you’re attracted to. At the end of the day do what makes you happy or you will end up very miserable.

Sincerely,
Pamela

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Dear Pamela,
I’m 29 and I’ve been living the single life for a few years now. I’ve had a couple of very serious relationships in college and I just needed sometime to have my own fun and grow as a person. I recently moved back to my hometown and got the chance to reconnect with my old friends at an annual beer festival. While at the festival, I got reintroduce to an old college classmate and we hit it off instantly. We exchanged numbers and said that we would definitely get together later that night. I went on to go bar hopping with my boys and texted her later that if she still wanted me to stop by her place and Netflix and Chill? She said absolutely and had her uber come pick me up and take me to her place. Now I’m not gonna lie, when I showed up to her house I was very drunk and usually when I get drunk; I trend to blackout. When I got there I do remember that we did drink a little more and she kept telling me over and over how cute I was and she couldn’t believe I was here with her. I swear if I had a quarter for every time she said I was cute, I would own Apple. We started kissing and having sex, but in the middle of that I completely blacked out. When I woke up the next morning she told me she had fun last night and that we should do it again. I agreed and after that I left her place. A couple of days later, I texted her trying to see if maybe we could get together for lunch. She never replied. Then a couple of days later, I texted her again and this time I could tell she was being very short with me. I really don’t understand this girl because how could she be all over me one night and have sex with on the first night and then be so silent the next day. I’m also starting to think that I must’ve done something extremely weird while I was blacked out. I would like to know why you think the situation went the way it went and is there any way I can correct the situation?

Sincerely,
Punch-Drunk Love

Dear Punch-Drunk Love,
I’m not quite sure what happened because obviously I wasn’t there however about correcting the situation I would just say she’s not giving you the time of day so stop pursuing her. This will sound silly, but watch the movie “He’s Just Not That Into You.” I used to overthink situations and get bent out of shape why someone was treating me poorly. After that movie it was all so clear. If he likes you he will do whatever it takes to be with you: like my man flying to California after spending less than 24 hours with me. It’s the same with girls and guys: if they really like you they will not play the games. Ditch her and move on to the next. After all if was only one night…

Sincerely,
Pamela

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Dear Pamela,
I’ve known this girl for a few months now and have been on a few dates with her. She’s a very beautiful and smart woman, who loves to have fun. Sometimes though, she likes to have a little too much fun. I recently found out that she LOVES to get high…REALLY HIGH. The last time I hung out with her, you could just tell that she was super high, but she was still able to function pretty well. I don’t really judge people like that because 1. Marijuana is legal in California and 2. It’s just weed, but since I don’t smoke, I must say it was a huge turn off for me. I wanna keep talking to her but it’s hard to talk to someone who could give snoop dog a run for his money? Communication is super important to me and getting high all the time means I can’t ever take you seriously. I don’t know what to do. I wanna get to know her and voice my opinion about her drug use, but I feel that since we only started talking not too long ago, she’s gonna feel like it’s really none of my business. Is she too high for me to help or should I try and help her and show that I really care about her?

Sincerely,
She So High Above Me

Dear She So High Above Me,
I can tell you only one thing. YOU CAN NOT CHANGE SOMEONE. If she gets as high as you say so, you think she will ever truly quit if you don’t like it or even cut back? When you find that true connection most of the time you love everything about them or you are so into them that the little frustrations seem so minuscule compared to how dear to your heart that person is. I said it above when you truly find the love of your life you’ll know. There’s no words really to describe it but you will know it feels differently the any other relationship you’ve been in and you wouldn’t change it for the world.

Sincerely,
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Dear Pamela,
How can I deal with having absolutely no love life? I am 22 years old. I’ve only been in one relationship, it was with this guy and it ended because of distance. I haven’t had anything in the area of sex, love and relationships basically since he left me about 8 months ago. I’ve only been asked out by one other guy, but we never went out on a date. I don’t know how to get men interested in me. I don’t drink and I don’t really have friends that I hang out with. I am not asking about how to go about changing my personality, because I am very loveable. I just want to know how do I deal better with having to miss out on the human aspect of sex? How do I deal with the constant feelings of missing out, and being on the outside looking in? How can I keep from being moved to tears when I see people holding hands, holding each other etc.?

Sincerely,
Ms. Love Lockdown

Dear Ms. Love Lockdown,
I know at this time it can be frustrating but don’t forget you are young. I think you need to put yourself out there more. Go on Match.com or E Harmony. At the very least you can go on some dates to be more social and have more dating experience. I would suggest doing this and have a few makeup sessions. I know it sounds silly but I never really wanted to be sexually active when I wasn’t committed to someone so I loved to make out. It will help with your urge of a human touch and give you some more relationship practice. Go out and have fun you have plenty of years left to find the one.

Sincerely,
Pamela

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Dear Pamela,
I’m 21 years old and have been with my girlfriend who’s 19 for almost two years now. I took her virginity when we first started dating and we’ve had a great relationship so far, but I’ve noticed that she has been having thoughts of breaking up with me for a while now, but just can’t make up her mind. She woke up the other morning freaking out, telling me all the things I’ve ever done wrong and then she finally says it’s over. Later that day, she called me and said she was pregnant. I don’t know if it was out of fear or if she was just angry at the time, but she said that she wants to have an abortion and be done with everything. My question is, is it really that easy for a girl to go through with a complete split after something like this happens?, would girls become more attached and not be able to give up so easy. I’m simply baffled that she could do such a thing. Thoughts and advice?

Sincerely,
How Deep Is Your Love?

Dear How Deep Is Your Love,
It sounds to me like she is very emotionally confused. If she is pregnant (Especially at her age) her hormones are through the roof and it will not be easy to manage all of her feelings. Ask her to open up to you and discuss how she is feeling sometimes girls just need a good venting session or cry (I don’t know why-we just do- hormones and crap-don’t blame us! lol) My other advice is going to be: you are young! If you haven’t been in another relationship besides this one and she breaks up with you for good it might be for the best! The worse thing that happens to people sometimes is marrying their first love (which I support if its right) HOWEVER… if you truly haven’t experienced anything else some people can wake up when they are 30 and 40 and want to go “live life” and that’s when midlife crisis and divorce happens. It’s not a bad thing to experience life and adventures. After all whatever it meant to be will be!

Sincerely,
Pamela

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