part 2 of this side chic series still entails what a side chic would do to the “sponsor”, here are more tips to know if you are drifting away from being His Main to his side.
4.Go with the flow There should never be a reason to get into a disagreement with him. That’s the main’s responsibility. A side chick should always be cool and should never be one who stresses him out. You are his vacation, his time off, his break from problems with the Main. If you start bickering, criticizing him, or complaining about everything you do together, he’ll start to wonder why he got with you in the first place.
5.Don’t ask questions. This should be a no brainer. You can’t ask “Where were you,” “Why didn’t you call me,” “Why are you always so busy,” “Why don’t you ever see me,” “Who were you on the phone with,” etc., if you expect to keep the relationship going. These are not side chick questions. You got yourself into this situation, and there’s no point in acting jealous or surprised when you already knew the score getting into it.
6.Don’t try to spend holidays or birthdays with the guy. If he cares enough, he might celebrate these events with you the day after or before, but for the most part, don’t expect anything like a gift or acknowledgment. These days are saved and reserved for the Mains, and it may be safe to text him to wish him a happy New Year/Christmas/birthday, but a phone call should not be made. And as for Valentine’s Day, you can pretty much bet that he’ll be spending it with his main.