So one topic that's been popping up a lot lately between my friends and I, and also just girls of my age is: 'What do we want?' It's been instilled in us to always make these great and vast decisions and then expected to deliver promising results. Deciding on a college, a major, friendship circle, sorority, job, career, the list goes on and on. But how are we ever to be sure we even know what we really want?
These are a few things that would drive anyone crazy, if done immediately following sex. Remember, post sex behaviors could possibly disgust the one your with and ruin your chances of another sexual moment. Post impressions is the same as first impressions. You want to leave the person with warm and fuzzy memories, not these nightmares.
Recently, I began working with a matchmaking firm in Ohio... Affinity Matchmaking / Dating Directions. I respect all of the ladies in this firm both personally and professionally. I have known them for several years, and they have a very successful business. There is something missing in this industry as a whole, however.
I say, “For the most part… what can I say?” LOL First, let’s look at EGO. There is nothing wrong with having an ego. It’s like having an attitude. We all have one. An issue arises when it’s an overly-inflated ego, or a bad attitude.
Too busy with the routines of life?-Like chauffeuring the kids to and from school, speed racing in the Indianapolis speedway during rush hour traffic and slaving away at a 9 to 5 job will deplete any ones energy level. Not to mention, without energy there is no interest in (knooky) Sex. Boy, stress can do a number on your nights of knocking boots and sexual communication is off the hook, literally.
Ladies don't you hate all these half a minute men walking around here. First of all they put in all this big effort to get your attention. Hollering at you when you are grocery shopping, pumping gas, and trying to pay your phone bill. They just want to know your name and take you out to dinner right ? No. Girl don't fall for it. They want to get in your drawers for half a minute. You like a fool give him the time of day. You two arrange a couple of dates. Finally you decide its " The " date. You go to the salon and get your hair did. You get your nails filled in.
Dear Dr. Brit and Catherine Two and a half months ago, a woman broke up with me who happens to have at least five of these. They are 5, 6, 17, 18, 19, and maybe 13 and 1 [see list below]. Potentially even more that I don’t know about. I still care about her just as much as I did when we broke up, and I really wish there was some way I could help her realize how beautiful it is to fully share oneself with a partner. I wouldn’t want that to necessarily be with me, but I feel like she’s missing out on a pretty crucial aspect to her life.
Dear Dr. Brit and Catherine, Several months ago a woman broke up with me, and I’m still madly in love with her. Here’s a little background information: I found the way she broke up with me to be very inconsiderate and hurtful, I told her how that felt and asked for her help in dealing with the depression that followed. She refused the help I asked for citing that her privacy is too important (I wanted to know the things she wouldn’t tell me in the relationship). This made her angry enough to not wish to speak with me anymore.