I am a dine Liebe leprechaun romaticticen. Who art thou looking for 'love advice'? Come hither I say. Haha.
Much is written on the victims of sexual abuse. This post focuses, momentarily, on the romantic partners of those who have been victimized.
Recently, I met up with a couple old friends, a married woman and a single gal enjoying the fruits of a new romance. I told them about all my turbulent relationships, joking about the slackers and bad boys, the commitment-phobes and jerky alpha-males who’d come into my life since we’d last seen each other. “Oh, I’ve been there loads of times,” my married friend said after I described my most recent run-in with a sexy, relationship-shy stoner. She’d been there loads of times? Shocking. Married women, especially once they’re moms, seem to me so organized and fulfilled, it’s hard to imagine any of these poised individuals knocking around with losers. But once I thought about it, I remembered all the other married women I know who’ve admitted to the same sordid pasts. My friend Sonya’s husband is a successful TV producer with a taste for fine wine, classical music, and most interestingly, fidelity. But
I came across a Craig's List post where a very dominant man was in search of a very submissive female.
how can we really tell that we are ready to fall in love despite those complicated love stories you once had?! Can we even find the right guy who will love us on who we are, understands us, and most especially would treat us well and respect us? *sigh!* tired of being left hanging in those relationships
first timer so yeah i'll break into it
Thought's on going to college and why Stanford is my "No.1"
Snooping through your partners things
To Mom, or Not To Mom. That is the question....
Name: Brian || Location: New York , New York |Question: Hi Moxie,so I have a pretty simple question. I'm 40, divorced, been back on the dating scene for 4 years and find I'm falling victim of technology. I am easy going and can speak to anyone about anything, but get just a little tongue-tied when speaking to a woman I have an interest in. For a long while I've used online dating sites and speed dating for meeting women, so if I get a response to an online email or a 'yes' from speed dating I can take it from there.But I find that I've gotten out of practice of simply asking out a woman. And if I do, I'll wonder if they understand I asked them out. For example I recently was chatting with a woman at an event and as we were parting I asked 'would you like to get together sometime?' She said sure, she'd send me an email, but then I wonder if me question was too vague- I was asking her out, but she might just think it's a friendly get together and