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THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES: MODEL JEANE MARIE

THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES: MODEL JEANE MARIE

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 receive lovely advice from Model/Event Host Jeane Marie. The Miami native is one of the hottest import models in the south, using all of her curves to make every man she come across to slam on the breaks. Let’s see how Jeane Marie handles difficult situations such as fool’s love, nonsexual partners, love & money, and many more.

Jeane Marie Info:
Age: 25
Zodiac Sign: Aries
Hometown: Miami, FL
Occupation: Entertainer & Brand-Singer, Motivational Speaker & Event Host
Instagram: @xjeanemariex
Twitter: @xjeanemariex
Facebook: JeaneMarie
Snapchat: @JeaneMarie91
Personal Website: www.jeane-marie.com
If you could have the career of one person (past or present) who it would have to be…..: Diddy
Does True Love exist: True Love exists if you want it to and allow it into your life. It’s all about your attitude and willingness to LOVE and be LOVED.
You know you’re in love when….: You can’t stop thinking about the person and you constantly check your phone hoping they texted or called.
Why should someone take your advice on love: I’ve been married and divorced. I’ve dated women and men of different ages and races and I am always giving my friends and people who come and hear me speak relationship advice.

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Dear Jeane,
There is a woman at my job who I’ve found myself to be attracted to, like REALLY attracted. It seemed to come out of nowhere. I am really nervous around her and can’t even be my funny and charming self when she’s close. I have a very easy going relationship with all of my other colleagues and am usually the one making all the jokes, but I lose my cool with her. On the flip side of that, I see her being very social with everyone around her, but she seems to be very reserved with me. Whenever we pass each other in the hall and we accidentally make eye contact, we break it immediately. There have been a few weird moments between us that make me think she may be nervous around me as well. One time, I went into her office to ask her something and while I was talking, she sat on her hands. I kind of took that as a sign of nervousness (I could be wrong). The kicker is that we are both women. I’ve never been attracted to another girl before so this has really got me confused. Also, she has a boyfriend and so do I. The attraction I have for her is very strong and I really want to know if she is feeling something as well or acting a little shy around me because she just isn’t paying me any mind at all. I’ve invited her out with a few of the other ladies on two occasions. The first time fell apart all the way around, and the second time she couldn’t come because she had an event after work. I decided to not press the issue after that. Surprisingly, just a few weeks ago she stopped me in the hall to say that we should try to schedule a happy hour again. She, a few other co-workers, and myself ended up hanging out. The interaction between us was comfortable and we had a great time, but keep in mind there were cocktails. Since then we have exchanged numbers and had a few short text conversations. Things are still a bit awkward in person. I just don’t know. This is all new to me and I would appreciate any advice.

Sincerely,
Working Girl

Hi Working Girl,
This definitely sounds like something you should explore further.

This work fantasy that you have could definitely become a reality. I would focus on her eye contact and body language more. Does she look you in the eyes, does she lean towards you when you speak. I would also even just tell her how you feel and I’m sure your boyfriend wouldn’t mind at all. “Hey, this is hard for me to say but I’m attracted to you…do you feel the same?” It seems hard but you have nothing to lose. Good luck!

Sincerely,
Jeane Marie

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What’s Up Jeane,
A couple weeks ago I got the courage to ask out a girl I’ve seen quite regularly through a friend. She’s not really the type to give much away so I didn’t really know what she’d say. She said yes and we went out, had a great night, and made plans to go out again. She text the next day saying she had a great time. After that it all went a little downhill. She seemed a little hesitant. And, when we finally went out again, she said she just wanted to be friends as she “didn’t know” how she felt and everything was too stressful with her life (work and school). This was a complete change from the first night. She seemed a bit nervous and a part of me thinks it’s because I’m the first guy she went out with after splitting up with the father of her child a couple of years back. Anyway, I’ve seen her a lot since and it hasn’t been awkward or anything. On occasion I even think she might regret ending it so soon, though other times I think she’s not interested. Is it ok to try asking someone out again? I know it may be a stretch but I can’t help but think because of her situation and everything I might just have to work a bit harder than usual at it. On the other hand I may just be being silly and should drop it- it’s possible she was just trying to be nice when she ended it last time. I wouldn’t even know how to approach it! Can you help me out please?

Sincerely,
2-Time Flirter

Hi 2-Time Flirter,
You can’t take anything personal in life. If she told you that she had a great time then she did. She probably has a lot going on in her life and doesn’t want to bring all of her baggage into a new relationship. That is super respectable because most people are looking for a hand out and she is actually saving you a lot of stress. I would tell her exactly you feel, “I like you, can we go out again?” If she says no then it’s not meant to be…just move on…some day she will realize what she missed out on and if she says yes then you have your answer. Either way it goes you say how you feel. Life is short. Check out my instagram for more relationship pointers: @xjeanemariex

Sincerely,
Jeane Marie

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Hi Jeane,
My boyfriend for 3 years and I are talking marriage. We were in the process of moving in together and things couldn’t have been better. Then, one day, my friend came to me and told me she was pregnant. I was happy for her because she always wanted to be a mother, but I got concerned when she refused to look me in the eyes while we were talking about it. She seemed kind of depressed about the happy news. I asked who the dad was and she gave me a blank stare. Then, a week later she broke down and came to me and told me that she and my boyfriend were sleeping together every time I went out of town for work and he was the dad. I didn’t give her a chance to explain herself because what could she say. That day I cut her off and I broke up with my boyfriend. He tried to play stupid like he didn’t know why. He came to my house 2 days later crying and apologizing and begging me to not throw 3 years down the drain. He wanted me to take him back because I was the best thing that ever happened to him. I politely asked him to leave and to never contact me again. I told him to just worry the baby he has on the way. I am trying to move on with my life, but both my ex-friend and my ex-boyfriend are trying to make me out to be the bad guy for wanting nothing to do with them when they did me wrong. I’m just trying to live my life without them constantly harassing and bothering me. What should I do?

Sincerely,
Side Baby Mama?

Hi Love,
This is such an unfortunate situation but God doesn’t give you anything that you can’t handle. God is protecting from what would’ve been an unfaithful and untrue marriage and you should feel so blessed that you found out sooner than later. You can’t take this personal…your friend was probably really jealous of you (you can’t be friends with people that want your life) and weak men cannot say no.

I am happy you are focused on the solution. The solution is blocking them by any means. Start dating again, a good companion or lover can really take your mind off this and protect you when you need. Start doing things that benefit you, think about your hobbies, passions and dreams. This is an exciting time for you…you are given another chance at love with someone who will be better and faithful. Seize the Moment and Be Thankful.

Sincerely,
Jeane Marie

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Hello Jeane,
I’m 29 and I worked all the time. I had my own distribution business driving a bread route, and I worked all the time. I was lonely and wanted a partner. So, I was on an interracial dating site where I met my future wife. She is from California. I went to go meet her for a few days and then I went back to North Dakota. Within two weeks, I sold my route back to the company and I moved to California to be with her and her child. Then, one day, I got on my knees and asked her to marry me. It was hard for me to get a good job, but I got one. However, paying for a wedding and taking care of a family was really hard. But, we did it somehow. I was working, but not making enough money to take care of my family. I didn’t feel like a man anymore. But, when I got the good job at Pepsi, I was so happy because I knew I could now take care of my family. However, that was not to be there case. We had major money problems. We lost our house we were renting. I noticed a major change in my wife towards me. She no longer showed affection toward me at all, anymore. She wouldn’t talk to me about much of anything. If she did, it was nothing good. My wife was hurting me bad, both mentally and verbally I would go to work and sleep in the car or the work truck because of way she treated me. Then I found out she was having an affair with a guy from her job, and it was just after we were married for 8 months. She told me that she hates me and to leave her, her child, him, and all her family alone. My heart and soul are destroyed. I love her and her child, with all that I am. What can I do? I have not heard from her on or since May.

Sincerely,
Mr. All and Getting Nothing

Mr. All,
Your Intentions Are Good and your heart is clean. Do you really want to be with someone who would not stick with you through thick and thin? She showed her true colors, it is time for you to focus on YOU. You need to do for you before you can do or be with anyone else. You deserve and owe it yourself to be the best that you can be before you get into any relationship. Work on it. Focus on your work and ways to make additional income so that this situation can never happen again. Be your best, do your best and the right woman will come. Once you are not stressed about financials then you can worry about your relationships. Love Yourself First Always! Good Luck!

Sincerely,
Jeane Marie

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Hey Jeane,
I have known my best friend since were in elementary school, and now we are both in our early 30s. So, naturally, we have been through a lot and talk to each other about everything. I met a guy on my birthday last year. We talked for like almost two months and then I moved to another city to start law school. But, in December, we started talking again and in January we became official. Recently, my friend not only told me that she has a crush on my boyfriend, but she has repeatedly asked me for his number. After that happened I have been kind of keeping my distance. I don’t know how to proceed with our friendship because I feel like she doesn’t respect my relationship and that she would try to sleep with my boyfriend if she was anywhere near him. My cousin said I should respect that she came to me instead of going behind my back. I guess she has a point, but I still feel some kind of way. I don’t want her to feel like I’m picking a man over her, but seeing how she is blatant with her attraction to my man should I just keep my life with them separate, or continue to keep my distance like I have been doing?

Sincerely,
Ms. ALL OF ME!

Ms.!!!
YOU CAN’T BE FRIENDS WITH SOMEONE THAT WANTS YOUR LIFE OR YOUR MAN. Its bad energy, it doesn’t matter if you were friends for a day or a lifetime. You need to be around people that respect you and support you and obviously she doesn’t. I wouldn’t say anything to her as it will just make her revengeful for you breaking up with her as a friend but keep a complete distance. Slowly but surely stop answering her calls and her texts little by little until one day you just stop answering. If it feels wrong then it’s wrong. This girl is no good for you. STAY AWAY. Love Yourself First Always.

Sincerely,
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What’s up Jeane,
I had my eye on a girl for a very long time, and finally found an opportunity to ask her out a few months ago. From limited interactions I really felt in my gut that she was someone who could be perfect for me, and I noticed her smiling my way a couple times. Before the 1st date was over she already suggested a 2nd date, and we began dating. Dinners at home, walks, day trips, etc. we talked about future travel plans, and there was a lot of kissing and affection, although no serious intimacy. She’s a cute, fit, and sweet 25 year old going to school for her masters. She’s slightly religious, and takes things slow. She hasn’t always made me a top priority, and I’ve been careful to be patient and not too eager. Our schedules have been tough and we haven’t seen each other more than once a week on average after about 2 months of dating (note that that includes trips home for 2 holidays). Last week we had a great dinner, and went to a movie where she was more affectionate to me than ever. It ended with lots of kissing and hand holding. The next night she called me and suggested we get together several times that week. Things were really feeling like they were about to take off. Then, she got sick, and canceled our Thursday plans, — said she was sorry and would really love to see me. I of course just told her to get some rest and that we’d get together soon. The next night, she invited me to go to the beach with her and her friends on Monday. Then on Sunday, her friends bailed, and we considered going alone, but she still wasn’t feeling well. Since it was extremely hot we agreed she should keep cool and rest up, so we didn’t go. I then suggested I could bring her some comfort food and watch a netflix show that we had begun watching together. Her response wasn’t very encouraging, and then she called me later. The convo was normal and pleasant at first, and then she randomly took a deep breath, and said “I wanted to talk to you — I don’t think we should continue dating”. That hit me like a ton of bricks. She went on to explain how it’s too difficult to coordinate schedules, that she really enjoys doing all kinds of things with different friends in the city, and other commitments (language class, music, and volunteering). She said that seeing each other once a week just wasn’t sustainable, and I deserved better. She went on to say that I didn’t do anything wrong and was an awesome guy. I was so blindsided – shocked, frustrated and confused, I didn’t know what to say. She sounded so confident and final. I asked her one question, and I didn’t even really understand the answer. Then I just had some long pauses, with a million thoughts and questions going through my mind, but just said things like “oh”,”ok”, and ended the phone call abruptly and probably audibly annoyed by saying “well, take care”. Its been 4 days since that phone call, with no communication since. I’ve been really down in the dumps – bitter, sad, confused, and angry. I can’t believe I went from being so happy to such a mess in one week. I can’t wrap my head around how she went from being so affectionate and loving, to asking me to get together several times, and talking about how much she wanted to see me, to just ending things so abruptly, all within one week. I keep replaying the conversation in my head, and am so mad at myself for not saying that during the call. Or saying SOMETHING, to either fight for the relationship, or tell her how it’s not cool to mess with my mind like that. What do I do? I’ve never felt so awful before, I really thought we had potential, and felt like she was on the same page. I feel like if I reach out to her at this point I’m going to look pathetic, and if she ignores me or just gives me more non-sensical explanations, I’m going feel worse maybe. But I also feel pathetic for my anemic response on the phone, and can’t believe that’s the way it ended. Do I stay strong and move on? Or do I try and convince her that she’s throwing something great away?

Sincerely,
Last Train to Loveless

Hi Sweet Man,
DO NOT TAKE ANYTHING PERSONAL. This girl did like you but she’s not interested in commitment and hasn’t been. She gave a little time to you to explore but it could be that she’s just not focused on a relationship and she didn’t want to waste your time because its apparent that you are. You should be really glad that she didn’t waste your time as time is the only resource that we have in life; it is the only thing that you cannot get back. I would move on, get on bumble and trust me in a few weeks you will meet someone who you are more attracted to and have more in common with. There are 8 billion people out there…keep it moving and most of all. Love yourself, be confident, you are amazing.

Sincerely,
Jeane Marie

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Instagram: @xjeanemariex
Twitter: @xjeanemariex
Facebook: JeaneMarie
Snapchat: @JeaneMarie91
Personal Website: www.jeane-marie.com
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