Guys are sick of doing all the work! Seriously. They want you to approach them. (Well, according to my reasearch 95% of them do anyway.) The good news is, hitting on a guy is much easier than you think. Here's how to do it:
Valentine's Day is the most glaring reminder of the year that you are "still" single -- or that you are single again. It's a reminder that you still haven't found the person of your dream and each year when Valentines rolls around, it leaves you wondering if you will ever find love.
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Eddie and Kristen went to college together and had been dating for a couple of years. They both lived on campus but were heading back to visit Eddie’s family for the weekend to celebrate his dad’s 50th birthday. It happened to be Valentine’s Day weekend, so when Eddie arrived to pick Kristen up, he brought her a gift. It was the newest, trendiest Valentine’s gift, flowers inside a balloon.
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Do you depend on how other people see you, for your own sense of worth? If you do, you are not alone. People Magazine wrote that Demi Moore is totally dependent on how other people see her in order to feel any sense of worth. The magazine states that Moore says she is afraid she is not lovable. Why, with all her fame and beauty, does she still believe she is not lovable?
By Kelly Rouba, GalTime.com Since it first aired a few weeks ago, a TLC's Virgin Diaries has created quite a stir. For those who haven't seen it, the show followed the lives of several individuals hoping to meet that special someone to whom they'd finally lose their virginity. Perhaps the most captivating (in an awkward sort of way) among those interviewed was a couple on the verge of tying the knot.
Expectation or Intention? Often the topic of Romantic Love on Valentines Day focuses on the expectations involved. Husbands and boyfriends are wondering, “What will I get her?” What is she expecting?” Wives and girlfriends wonder “Will he let me down again?” or “I hope he surprises me.”
Ah, romance. This very word can bring up strong reactions in people. It might bring up irritation because your partner expects you to be romantic and it's just not your thing. It may trigger sadness and regret at the kind of relationship you'd like to have, but don't. It may cause you to feel nostalgic for earlier times in your relationship when your partner swept you off your feet but that doesn't happen anymore.