Appreciating your girlfriend is one of the best things you can do to keep your relationship fresh, interesting, and exciting. 😀
All too often, we completely ignore or just plain fail to acknowledge “the little things” that our gals do for us that make our lives so much better.
Sure.. We make sure she “gets hers”, but other than that, what are we really doing for the special women in our lives? o_O Continue reading “Appreciate Your Girlfriend”
Reader “Katie” asked me when I felt people who have just started dating should add each other on Facebook.
This is a very interesting question, and potentially complicated.
It depends both on how people utilize Facebook and how they date. Continue reading “Facebook: Should You Add Someone You’re Dating?”
Over the last couple of weeks, no fewer than three of my homegirls (and probably more that I’m not aware of) have dumped a guy because of his personality.
I’m always amused by these stories because I like to consider the reverse situation and whether I’d stop kickin’ it with a chick for the same reasons. Continue reading “Dumped For Personality?”
So.. Let’s say, hypothetically, that you’re dating someone that likes to run their mouth ad infinitum about NEVER ANYTHING IMPORTANT.. What you need to learn is how to seem like you’re paying attention to their drivel when you’re actually not.
This is important because if you actively ignore them, it could have adverse effects on your getting laid. Later for THAT! 😀 .. However, you also can’t afford to focus on what they’re saying to you, because a) it’s completely meaningless and devoid of educational content and b) it’s 4th & 3 on the 12 yard line.
So the way to deal with this is to process what your SO’s saying in the background, meaning they’re saying it in the foreground, probably actually in between you and the television, but you mentally place them in the background, similar to crickets. Continue reading “How To Pretend To Listen (Cricket Status)”
What if you don’t have much in common with your “significant other”? O_o
Reader Alexis brought this up, and I think it’s a good question. It’s also a question that people tend not to think about until it’s too late, and they’re already involved in a so-called ‘relationship’.
At some point in your relationship, you’re going to get tired of having sex with your SO all the time and then you’re actually going to have to hang out with them. Horror of Horrors! Oh, the Humanity!!! :O
This is a problem because a lot of people treat SOs differently from actual friends. That’s because they’re NOT friends. They’re in a mutually beneficial relationship. Sometimes, a mutually parasitic relationship. Continue reading “Nothing In Common With Your SO?”