In the spirit of the holiday everyone is out buying presents. Presents for family, friends, co-workers and even mistresses. If you’re having an affair, does it make it worse if you get your mistress a holiday gift? At what point does it go from being an affair to being a full blown relationship? I personally think that if you’re going out of your way to get your mistress something then you clearly have feelings for her beyond the point of them being purely sexual, you’re starting to establish an emotional connection.
Quick - what was the first thing that came to your mind when you read the title of this post? What about "Gentleman, should you ask for it?" Would this change your response? For many people the female-oriented title raises sexual connotations while the male-oriented iteration conjures thoughts of money and power.
Lila here~ I started an experiment a few months ago, and have gathered enough research that I can confidently share it with you now, just in time for Festivus, Christmas, or New Years; whichever you celebrate. It started with a premise that nobody wants to be miserable. Even people that act miserable on a regular basis would rather not feel miserable. But they’re in pain, so they lash out. The pain they feel is the result of feeling unloved, unlovable or unworthy in some way.
"I've been with my boyfriend for nearly 2 years. He is my first boyfriend and I never thought that it would last long. things went really fast and we were in a steady relationship all of a sudden. What I feel for him is love and I think that he could be the one, I just think I met him too early. I want to meet other people and see what the world has to offer me before I think about getting married. I'm 21 years old I thought in this time in my life I would have been going out and flirting with boys, all I do now is whine about how insensitive he can be.
By next year, we're hoping the following celebrity couples will be making engagement announcements with celebrity engagement rings in tow! Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson
I'm excited to have a blog here- I'm still getting used to the site but I'm currently a newly married stay at home mom, so I think I'll have plenty of time/experiences to write about on here. I have a twitter account if anyone is interested, @OhJenkies. Looking forward to playing in the YourTango neighborhood :)
Lila here~ One of the dynamics that plays out with long term relationships is that you get into arguments. And not just any kind of arguments, but the kind that push every last button you have. The fight may begin innocently enough, but it escalates to the point where you feel totally unsafe around your partner.
Pinkee here again~ Last week I was talking about some games people play on what I call The Triangle, where all drama occurs. This week is a continuation of that. Below is a list of more “games” that may sound familiar and how to avoid them: 1. I am Your Master. In this game, you are the Victim and she is the Villain. If you want to do something, such as go out with the guys, you have to ask her permission, as if you’re a child. And, if you don’t, or even if you do and she says yes but doesn’t m
Nothing worse then when that question rears its ugly head. Usually because if you have to ask this question in the first place chances are you already know the answer, and it’s not good. Why? It’s simple really. Or at least according to a guy friend who once told me that a man either wants to be with you or he doesn’t. There is no grey area. So if he likes you that question never comes up because he won’t risk losing you to someone else.
Thanks to the help of several thousand women, I teach men how to understand, appreciate, and get along with women through telephone coaching, an online forum, newsletters, blog posts, etc., and a lot of women subscribe because I also teach men how to be men so that they don't end up boring their wife by sliding into the girlfriend role or even worse, engaging her maternal drive.