I'm tired of being the only one to take care of things in the home and in life and I'm tired of being a nagging Nancy. I don't want to be a nag but I don't know how else to get through to him.
When it’s real, you’ll try your damndnest to keep it going. And we can't knock you wrongdoers for trying.
While I realize that we're all riding this digital wave of the future and nobody actually reads the paper anymore, it's still pretty awesome that Timeshia Brown dished out the $25 to post an ad in a Texas newspaper to get back at her husband. T
Deep down, I'm sure most men are deeply sensitive souls who absolutely love romantic gestures and cute pet names. But a lot of the time, they're really not interested in you blowing up their phone with cutesy, over the top, lovey-dovey texts.
When I finally told him I was into him and wanted more he said he had a girlfriend and things were "real" with her. Things weren't that real with his girl when we were having crazy pool sex the weekend before so what gives?
Read on to get a behind-the-scenes, firsthand account of what it's like to be a topless...and bottomless...male waiter.
Then slowly but surely a past drug addiction of his crept into our life as he started to spiral out of control. Being the person I am, I stayed with him. It was hard, and I got my feelings hurt a lot.
If you’re an obsessive fan of Sex and the City, like me, you’ll probably remember the scene where Carrie goes off to therapy after her friends talk her into it. Remember when her therapist tells her maybe her choice in men is the biggest (excuse the pun) problem she faces when dating?
“I think everyone should approach relationships from the perspective of playing it straight and giving someone the benefit of the doubt. Until he establishes that this is a game. And if it’s a game, you need to win. The best thing to do is just walk away from the table.”
He was a real gentleman and told me adamantly that he wanted to get to know me rather than take me home that night, so he'd text me in the morning. It's been three days now and I've heard nothing yet.
Apparently there are 16 things "all guys" should know about their girlfriends, and the way to find most of the answers is by snooping. Uhh...really?
Instead of anxiously hanging around campus, hoping to meet a cute guy, try some of these tactics that’ll make meeting him seem a little less hopeless.
I asked about 10 of my girl friends their thoughts on sex on the first date, and I also sent out a survey to the same number of dudes. Almost all straight 20 somethings—and almost all agreeing on one thing...
Let’s clear the air: you’ve now cheated on your bf twice with a guy you work with on campus and you want to know how to get back to just being friends with the one and wondering whether you should confess to your bf. That about sum it up?
Men are simple creatures. This statement has got to be one of the most common clichés ladies hear every time their boyfriends, boy-toys, fiancés, and even husbands have them on the brink of tearing their hair out with confusion. How can this sweeping statement solve any one of the problems we face when interacting with the ever-baffling male species?
"I came away thinking that women have it so much harder than guys do when it comes to that kind of stuff."
You’re both people, so treat each other as such. Be yourself. He wants to keep seeing you because he likes you. How much and for what reasons are up to him, but you got this far because of who you are -- not because of who you think you want him to be.
It's no secret that men are sometimes difficult to read. And while it's easy to think everything will fall into place once he drops the "L" bomb, sometimes it just isn't so.
I'm 18 and I've never had a boyfriend nor have I had sex (or gotten past 2nd base). I'm 5'8" and I weigh quite a bit. I'm a size 17 pants and x-large shirt (mainly due to my boobs). My friends that are guys and girls say I'm pretty, but I don't feel it.
Sunday night, he invited me over again. No awesome date plans were mentioned, and he didn't seem as into me as before. Did I stumble on a rude jerk who's going to forget about dating me because we had sex too soon, or am I just misjudging the situation?
Tbh, I'm one of the most wanted girls on campus. Many guys ask me out and my name is known by literally most of the guys in school, but I just don't like any of them. The only guy who doesn’t want me seems to be him. I only want him... Do you think he will ever get back to me?
It’s said that honesty is the best course to a happy relationship, and while that will be absolut…
Guys are generally expected to always be willing and able to have sex, and it can be a blow to the self-esteem to be rejected for any reason. However, you shouldn't take that out on the guy.
He seemed interested, asking me out, texting me everyday, all day, constantly being in my life, etc. But as time passed things got weird; every time we planned to go out he couldn't make it for some reason.
My fiancé is the hardest person to shop for in the world. So how the heck do I decide what to get him without being totally impersonal and just settling for a Best Buy giftcard?