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THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES: MODEL ARIANA JASMINE

THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES: MODEL ARIANA JASMINE

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 Ariana Jasmine. The Phoenix native is one of the sexiest and most requested models on the west coast, 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, trying connect with an ex, love & money, and many more.

Ariana Jasmine Info:
Age: 26
Zodiac Sign: Leo
Hometown: Phoenix AZ
Occupation: Model/Student/Warehouse Associate/Business Owner
Instagram: @arianajasmine01
Twitter: @arianajasmine01
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheArianaNavarrete
If you could have the career of one person (past or present) who would it have to be…: I wouldn’t really want anyone elses career but if I had to choose I’d say Uma Thurman because she was in 2 amazing Quentin Tarantino films Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill. I would die of happiness if I ever got to be in a Quentin Tarantino film.
Does true love exist: I think so I think there’s a true love out there for everyone. Depends what you think “true love” is though.
You know you’re in love when…: The needs of that person become greater than your own, when their happiness is your happiness.
Why should someone take your advice on love: I’m smart and straightforward. I might be a female but I think I have more of a male mentality therefore I can help both genders in figuring each other out. I had both good and bad relationships so I’d say I’m pretty knowledgable in this department.

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Dear Ariana,
My best friend and his girlfriend have only been dating for 4 months. He’s told me that he has never felt this way about any other girl and that she might be the main chick for life. I’ve only hung out with them together a few times and every time I have been around them, she has talked to him all kinds of crazy. I can understand that relationships have their problems, but I know my best friend better than anyone and I can tell that he feels less of a man when she’s talking crazy to him. I’ve held my tongue each time she’s embarrassed him in public or amongst friends up to this point, but I’m starting to feel like I need to step in and tell this girl something. My girlfriend doesn’t like the way she talks to him either, but she’s told me to leave it alone because I shouldn’t fight my best friend’s battles for him. I’m kinda in a catch 22 because I know my friend should say something, but I’m not one of those guys that just let you embarrass my friends while I’m around. What would you do if you were in my shoes?

Sincerely,
On The Outside Looking to Step In.

Dear On the Outside Looking In,
It seems to meet like you need to talk to your friend about this . If you confront this girl you run the risk of ruining your relationship with her and therefore your buddy if say she does end up being as he likes to say “main chick for life “. Who knows some guys like bossy, aggressive , crazy chicks maybe that’s why the relationship works? Bottom line is you need to talk to your friend first though I honestly wouldn’t butt in because you are right he’s a grown man he can fight his own battles with his girl.

Sincerely
Ariana

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Dear Ariana,
My boyfriend of two years has just dumped me out of the blue via text. I asked him why and he said that he didn’t want to tell me why because it wouldn’t change anything it would only make things worse. I feel really upset, A) because I really loved him, B) because he sounded so cold and he didn’t even say sorry or try and sound compassionate, and C) Before we started dating, he chased me for a year, how can a person chase me for a year only to dump me like this? I would just like to know did he love me at all and did he really do me a favor by not telling why he dumped me?

Sincerely,
Blue Woman Crew

Dear Blue Woman Crew,
Wow! First of all was this really out the blue? Or did you notice him acting strangely before this happened? I think whatever the reason he dumped you be honest with yourself see how and where it went wrong, you went wrong whatever the case may be but I wouldn’t dwell too much on it. He’s a asshole if he can’t tell you to your face the real reason why he broke up with you. Not to mention a coward. See where things went wrong for closure and then move on girl! You sound like a sweetheart so don’t dwell on a loser.

Sincerely
Ariana

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Dear Ariana,
My ex-girlfriend and I haven’t spoken to each other or seen each other in years. I thought we didn’t breakup on bad terms, but every time I’ve sent her a friend request on social media, she’s denied it and every time I’ve messaged her she’s never responded. We do have mutual friends and when I’ve talked to them about it they’ve all told me the same thing “She doesn’t hate you, it’s just hard for her to talk to you.” I’ve always thought that no matter, we would always be able to talk to each other, but the more she stays distance the more I feel like maybe I was a bad boyfriend. Do you think we will ever speak to each other again?

Sincerely,
Things Left Unsaid

Dear Things Left Unsaid,
Your ex is keeping a distance for a reason my friend…she’s trying to move on. It doesn’t sound like it ended on bad terms or that you were a bad boyfriend but your ex has decided not to reminisce on the past and is trying to let you go nicely. If it’s been years it’s time to move on. My motto is only be sad for a day maximum and move on. Your ex has made a decision to move on and so should you. Otherwise you’re just holding yourself back from finding someone new. You’re never gonna find the right one if you keep insisting on holding onto the wrong one. Wish you the best!

Sincerely
Ariana

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Dear Ariana,
My boyfriend and I have been going out for two years, and I was recently fired from my job. Times have been very hard and I asked to borrow some money to help pay a bill that was past due. The money is a very small proportion and he usually spends that much drinking with his boys on a weekend. He refused to give me the money and said that I need to better manage my money. If the guy refuses to help, do you think that would cause a strain in the relationship?

Sincerely,
Savings & Love

Dear Savings & Love,
I’ve been in those exact shoes (Laughs). Depends on what the bill is exactly. If it’s because you maxed out your credit cards and now have a massive bill, I can understand why he would say you need to better manage your money. But, if it’s a bill for basic living essentials like car note, rent, medical bills etc. than ummmm! yea he should be helping you out. If you see your partner struggling whether its financial or not it’s your responsibility to help him/her out the best you can. There’s a difference though between he can’t help you out and he just won’t help you out. As for a strain on your relationship I think if this is a onetime occurrence than no it shouldn’t but if this is a recurring thing you should question him.

Sincerely
Ariana

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Dear Ariana,
I have never had a long-term relationship. My friends and family kept calling me out for it. I tried online dating and setups by friends and family, but nothing worked out. In fact, the constant questions only annoyed me more. With all my friends happily married and settled, I started resenting their intrusion into my life. A couple of years ago, I decided to take a break from dating because I couldn’t handle the stress anymore. Surprisingly, I enjoyed it. I never revealed this to my friends. Is there any way I can convince everyone that I am a normal straight male who just likes to be left alone? I enjoy get-togethers, as long as the topic of my singlehood doesn’t become the joke of the day.

Sincerely,
Just Me

Dear Just Me,
On the positive side, it seems like you realize what makes you happiest in life. I’ve been single now for over a year and I can say it’s been one of the best most exciting years of my life. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being single some people are just not ready nor want to make that long term commitment and at least you are honest with yourself . However I think your placing too much emphasis on what your friends and family think is best for you instead of doing what you know is best for you. Once they see your happiness they’ll come around I’m sure. Dating just to date just because you think that’s what you’re supposed to do is a recipe for disaster. No need to rush love you’ll find the right one when the time is right. Good luck!

Sincerely
Ariana

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Dear Ariana,
I have a boyfriend who I’ve been with since my freshman of college. He is my first real relationship and I could easily call him my first love. He loves me show much and I know that he would do anything in the world to make me happy. My 24th birthday just past and he threw me an incredible surprise party filled with friends and family (Even my parents drove 7 hours to be there.) when the cake came out, the room was pitch black and there were 24 very beautiful candles waiting to be blown out. I blew out all the candles, but there was this one little candle that just wouldn’t blow out. When I looked closer, I noticed that the candle was a ring. When I pulled the ring, the lights came back on, and my boyfriend was on one knee with a sign in back of him saying will you marry me? I was so shocked and immediately started balling my eyes out. This was my dream marriage proposal, but I just wasn’t ready and didn’t want to say yes. After the longest min of my life, I put the ring on and gave him a huge hug, still balling my eyes out. People started clapping and coming up to us saying congratulations. My boyfriend made the best of the situation by smiling, but I know he was devastated. I love him and will always love him, but I don’t see him as the man I’m gonna spend the rest of my life with. I feel like the lowest person on the planet and I don’t know what to do. I don’t know what to say to him? I don’t what to do about our relationship? I don’t know if I’m making a good decision? I don’t even know how to talk to family and friends about it? Where do I go from here?

Sincerely,
Terrible Princes

Dear Terrible Princess,
You’re not terrible you’re just confused. What is about your boyfriend that makes you think he’s not the one you want to spend the rest of your life with? He seems to love you but maybe you wonder if there is something better out there for you but you don’t want to hurt him so you just stay in this relationship? It’s a terrible feeling to feel like you’re wasting time so you need to find out ASAP, if this guy is the one for you. If yes you need to get over this fear it seems of settling down and make the commitment to him. If not you need to let him go so you both can move on its not fair to you and its certainly not fair to him to keep him around when you know this relationship is going nowhere. But you can’t just avoid this you have to make a decision. I wish you both the best of luck!

Sincerely
Ariana

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