I think everyone can relate to Yewande rn

People on the internet are blasting Yewande for her indecisiveness regarding her relationship with Danny – but let’s be real, who HASN’T been there?

There comes a time in every girl’s life where you’ll be faced with apparent perfection: a gorgeous guy, banging personality, and best of all? He’s actually emotionally available!!!

And for some reason, your gut just says no. Your head is literally screaming YES, but your heart? Not so convinced.

It happens to all of us, and as Yewande’s demonstrating, it can actually be pretty confusing and painful. Naturally, Yewande’s introspective nature has meant she’s turned inwards and blamed herself for the whole fiasco, citing her own insecurities as the reason for her uncertainty over Danny. That may be part of the reason, but I don’t think Yewande should be beating herself up so much.

Part of the nature of love is that it’s ineffable and just can’t be put into words (cringe, but true). A huge part of it is to do with compatibility and having a laugh together and finding each other attractive, but arguably the most important part is that spark or chemistry or inexplicable feeling, or whatever you want to call it. And if that isn’t there, what’s the point?

I think that’s what’s missing with Yewande and god knows I relate to her rn. It sucks when it happens, but you can’t force these things. And I suppose the rarity of that special feeling is what makes the real thing so much sweeter. So even if things aren’t looking good for Danny and Yewande, I’m sure they’ll both find that ineffable connection with someone else.

Image: ITV

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