When a guy really likes you, and you say “yes” at the right time, when the momentum or energy burst is at its strongest point, the relationship will be in your favor. What happens is most women fail in their relationships because they fail to understand the Principle of Momentum. No, this does not mean you have to sleep with him, but it does mean that when he asks you out and you say no because you and the girls are hanging out, with each no you give him, you slowly lose momentum.
Call me creepy, call me weird, call me crazy, but whenever I meet a guy, I always have the curiosity to ask them about what may seem like the grossest and most uncomfortable thing in the world: the oral sex question.
How often do you give your girlfriend oral sex?
Surprisingly, about 85 percent of the guys I've asked this question of say either they would only do it if
a. they were drunk
b. they were on drugs
c. they receive it first
How does a regular man become a player on the dating scene?
There would be many lonely nights, lying here in bed all alone, if I sat around waiting for one woman to call me back. It is simply not in a man’s best interest to just focus on one woman at a time when dating. Most of the time women do not keep their word, call when they say they will, or even return calls or texts. What are y’all doing out there? You complain about being single, but finding and keeping the Man of your Dreams begins with keeping your word and being responsible for what you do and say when meeting a man.
Ran across a swarm of men that just don't wanna commit 100%? Have you fallen, and he hasn't?
Have you often wondered why men, don't fall as easy as women do? I am sure you're probably saying thats just men. They are always the last to fall.
Have you feel for a man before, mustered up the courage to tell him your in love... To have him say uh uh, I don't know what to say back.
It sucks when (1) person falls in the other isn't even close to being on the same page as you.
Why do men like women, and not Love them?
While many of us have at least some sort of social networking presence—whether on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or a personal blog—most of us stay connected through our cell phones. While the miracles of technology are many (for one, it allows us to stay in touch with our friends and families long-distance), our phones and Facebook profiles can cause some serious dating drama.
If you're feeling like a major change of scenery will give you a fresh start, read this first!
When I first moved down to Southern California from Vancouver, Canada it was because I was desperately in need of a change. I was tired of being single. Almost all my friends were married, and the ones who were single were stuck in the same negative patterns, bringing themselves down and me down with them.
If you’re over 50 and find yourself single and frustrated with a lack of available mates, you’re not alone. According to U.S. Census data, almost 30 percent of the 78 million baby boomers are single.
And, if you’re like most of them, you probably struggle with the process of meeting other singles who share your interests. This can be a huge loss for everyone involved, says life coach Barbara Singer, because women in particular are just gearing up for life in their 50s.
Ready for what? Ready to come? Ready to commit? Ready to go out? Okay, so my mind goes first to sex, but really, with a question like this, it doesn’t matter the scenario. The issue is in how the question is phrased.
“She’s not ready.” That is not a complete sentence and lacks any context. Without context, there is no understanding. Communication is the issue. Let’s start backwards: Not ready to go out? By this, I mean you’ve said you’d be ready at 7:30 p.m.
When my last relationship broke up, I had a chance to talk to my ex post-mortem and ask him how he was feeling. Now, I’ll be honest, I was hoping for something along the lines of “I’m heartbroken and I want you back!” Instead, what I got was an expression of relief: he told me he felt glad to be “free” of my “expectations” for him. That he couldn’t make me happy, so he was glad not to have to try anymore.
Great. Thanks, Ex-BF.
Out there in the big world of dating, every single wants supreme confidence – confidence in themselves, confidence in who they want to attract, confidence in how to act on the first few nerve wracking dates, confidence that they will have fun no matter what, confidence enough to be happy without being in a relationship. How do we get to this point of supreme dating confidence? Well, I’ve put together three essential tips to help you:
Why do women think its okay to talk to a man any way they want to, and still expect men to give them respect? Are you kidding? Ladies, getting respect starts with you taking responsibility for any action, known or unknown to you, that might have caused a rift in your relationship, including but not limited to the way you speak to the Man of Your Dreams (MOYD).