Dating is no easy feat. We all have a tree in our backyard that we have stopped to admire, and then proceed to bang our head on after a bad date. I realize it can be very frustrating for you gals to decipher what we guys are saying during the dating process.
As a mother and a woman, I have found a reoccurring theme among women that is sadly disappointing me. With the prevalence of social media, it would seem that some women have lost all of their senses, self dignity, and commence to becoming “models” on the internet. When I refer to models, many normal pictures I do not have a problem with, provided that you have clothes on and appear respectable. What I am referring to is women appearing spread eagle on Instagram so that you can see so far up their vag, that their cervix is showing. Now this may offend
I know normally people wouldn't associate love with serial murder. But since I've started this project of going on 50 first dates with one guy from each state, I've been more open to getting answers, tips and advice from unlikely sources.In this case, a sociopath.
Shakespeare might be required reading for some, but that doesn't mean his books can't teach you anything. Here are three things Shakespeare can teach you about love!
Have you been in a relationship before and thought he was the one? Did he use to whisper sweet words in to your ears, telling you how much you mean to him, that he is so lucky that he found you. You feel so special because he wants you needs you, your heart finely feels happy and you found the right guy. Then one day he does a 360 on you and starts talking crazy saying how he needs space and that he feels trapped? Why would he say those things after saying such sweet things to you before? Are you confused right now?
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I found Katherine. After a wonderful date I didn’t call. Ever. After two years in college, and a wonderful psych teacher who talked about sexual shame, I came to my senses. Could I undo the harm I had caused? Katherine agreed to meet me at a coffee shop. “I was horrible to you,” I started right in. “I just didn’t call, and must have looked like those guys who do that. Well, I guess I was one of them.”
Ah, relationships! It’s as if they are endlessly paying homage to Clint Eastwood: full of the good, the bad, and the ugly (plus, a little crazy added in just for kicks). We all know this: we’ve all been hurt, burned, and scarred so much that if plastic surgeons could repair emotional marks, they’d be billionaires (instead of just mere millionaires). In a weird way, this keeps us going.