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Does A Woman Need A Backup Boyfriend?

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Popular relationship blogger Joro Olumofin recently advised women to have a backup boyfriend. In a post he shared on Instagram, he stated that every woman needs a backup boyfriend as the level of heartbreak and depression is on the increase.

 

This backup boyfriend is just a platonic friend who can step in as a boyfriend when there is a breakup.

 

Does A Woman Need A Backup Boyfriend?
Joro Olumofin

 

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Here’s what he had to say:

“Ladies, 2020 is here. Do you have a Backup BF? Start recruiting backup BF today. With the level of heartbreak and depression amongst ladies who just got out of relationships, I believe it’s time for ladies to have a “CONTINGENCY BOYFRIEND, a backup boyfriend. Who is a contingency boyfriend?

 

“A contingency boyfriend is a guy who fits all your criteria of a husband material but is your platonic friend (no s*x involved). You talk to him often, you hang out with him and involve him in your daily activities. He’s aware of your boyfriend.

 

“A lot of ladies are facing emotional hardships in their breakup and being rebounded by at least five guys, risking high body counts till they find another boyfriend.

 

“I strongly suggest that every lady in a relationship should have a backup boyfriend who she can marry six months after her breakup in other to avoid depression and the rebound/waiting syndrome. #ThinkLikeAMan 90% of men have contingency girlfriends. That’s why after a breakup man get married three months late.”

 

What do you think about a woman needs a backup boyfriend? Is getting a backup while dating not a sign of cheating? Feel free to share your opinion below in the comments section.

 

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