In the end, all he had to do was say he was sorry and mean it. But, there is also the fact that he didn't need to do what he did to mess it up in the first place. Think before you do things because the consequence is ending something that you will miss and never get back.
Men love women who are secure and loathe women who are not. We know females do crazy things when they love hard. But all too often, these are based on fear. Fear will make you act crazy, so be sure to check yourself and please do not act based off your emotions. Men often speak of their love in terms of action, instead of simply saying “I love you.” If you want him to say it, it would be best for you to express how you feel and tell him, “ I love you, baby.” Eventually, the words will come out of his mouth.
I think we have all had someone that we have met and thought, ok we will see what happens. Then the texts, calls, and even him showing up to places that you are at. It normally doesn't take long to figure out someone who is a clingy person. They will text or call you multiple times a day and its normally about nothing or what you are doing or more importantly where you are.
The Miami Dolphins dropped Chad Ochocinco because he headbutted his wife, Evelyn Lozada. We understand that this was not the right thing to do, but the man plays football, which is a very violent and physical sport. So, why drop a man for doing something that may have come as a result of his competitive nature and as a natural reaction to frustration?
Over the past few weeks, you have communicated via email and telephone with someone you're interested in. It's obvious that there's "phone chemistry" and a mutual interest in meeting each other. You agree to meet in person. And now, for the moment of truth! Here are five rules of dating you simply must follow.
Sparking up a conversation with a stranger can be scary and just plain awkward, especially if that stranger is attractive. Think about it… How many potential introductions have you missed or blown because you are unsure of how to approach someone that you are interested in getting to know?
Dating and relationships can be tough to navigate. You want to meet the right man for you, but you fear that your high expectations are setting you on a course towards failure and loneliness. Can you truly hold onto what you're looking for in a relationship without driving men away? Is there a way to really "have it all?"
You’re single and you’ve been looking to attract your true love for a long time now. Recently, you’ve gone on a few dates, even been in a relationship or two, but nothing has worked. All of your family and your friends are giving you more dating and relationship advice than you’re even asking for.
When you are talking to one of my friends and you find out that you aren't as compatible as you thought you would be; please do not go to their friend and tell them "hey your friend is great, but I think you and I would be more compatible," because if you are someone like me the first thing I do is say screw you and then I call that said friend.
A woman can never truly sexually compete with a man. There is no way she can recreate with a sex toy, or any other foreign object, the intimate process that creates a life. A woman will never be able to compete with or recreate the 4,000 pounds of pressure applied when a man is stroking up and down, round and round, in and out. It's the equivalent of trying to put a prosthetic leg in place of a real leg.
I had a blessed upbringing where I grew up listening to the wisdom of monks and gurus. I’m talking about the real deal here- the gurus that come from India and have given up all worldly possessions. They literally walk barefoot, with just a bowl and some smaller possessions. When a monk becomes a monk in India, they take a vow of giving up everything- money, possessions, and even their families. For food, they go from home to home, and are given food by the householders. This is seen as a MAJOR honor to serve food to a monk.
It's the weekend, and you know you will get that text message or phone call from him, and you don't know whether to be pleased or angry. I am talking about the "booty call" or the faux relationship; he never calls or texts you during the week, and when you call or text him, he never replies. But, as soon as the weekend rolls around, it is like clockwork and he texts or calls you exactly when the bars close.
Everyone always mentions the word soulmate to me and I always wonder if it is true that there is this one person out there to foot the bill as a soulmate? To be someone's only soulmate in the world is a hard thing for me to come to terms with and for them to follow and live up too. So is there just one?