You may know him as Quincy from Tyler Perry’s hit series, “Have & Have Nots.” But what you may not know about him is that he has overcome some of life’s biggest obstacles. Whether you need advice in your love life or you want a man’s point of view on topics, Medina has got you covered!
In our NEW series, #AskMedina, he will answer any questions you may have about self-love and relationships in today’s world.
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So I have a problem… I have been on and off with this guy, “George” for years and we are currently on the path to getting back together but there is someone else. I met this captivating man, let’s call him “Arnold,” he’s smooth and fresh and just completely different from “George.” “Arnold” takes risks but he’s dealing with girls of his past. What in the world should I do?
Drop Arnold and get back with George. The grass is not greener, trust me! Your current temporary excitement will turn into an extended hell. If you simply cannot decide at all then maybe you should be single. It will get messy eventually and you will be the one to blame if you don’t curve the Arnold situation. Excitement might seem like the move but it’s not. It seems like you and George have history but the mistake you are going to make is comparing the two. You have to know what you want. Do you want to be just another one of Arnold’s girls? Do you honestly believe you are the one that is going to tame Arnold? God is not the author of confusion. Don’t confuse yourself. You are going to lose both chasing a temporary fling. Get back with George. Give it an honest effort. Now that you’ve got your groove back, go put it on George. Find ways to bring excitement back to that situation. Jumping into other situations too fast leads to time wasted and unnecessary drama at your own expense. Get back with George and don’t wait for him to bring the fireworks, you bring the fireworks! Who knows? You could be his Fourth of July! Call George and fix it today.
What are your thoughts on an open relationship?
My thoughts on an open relationship are the same as my thoughts on Chinese midget wrestling. I don’t know much about it but I do believe that communication is the key in everything. If both parties are comfortable and aware of the situation, then mine and anyone else’s personal opinions don’t matter. I think where people run into problems are that they think the other person already knows what’s up. The situation eventually gets real vague and then mutates into this cryptic understanding. That’s not clear communication and that can and will lead to a problem. If both parties are willing to consistently address the elephant in the room throughout the relationship, then you will always have clear understanding and that it’s nobody else’s business on the dynamics of two people ‘s understanding.
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