My freshman year of college I met someone who I thought was nothing more than eye candy. He was handsome, carefree and mysterious enough to keep my attention. Four years later, I found myself in a very serious relationship with a guy who was ready to uproot his life and move to New York for me. The problem? I didn’t want him to.
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Dear Dude, I'm a first year college student. I'd never been in love...until recently. I met this guy in October and he seemed like everything I always wanted--cute and smart and boy, could he make me laugh. It wasn't long before I started seriously falling for him. Then, the snowball began to spin out of control.
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Do you ever put your foot down and say, “I can’t be with someone who…”? If you’re dealing with a guy who doesn’t care about your O, I’m not alone in saying that’s grounds for giving him the boot. Emotional cheaters are sometimes worse than ones who physically go out and whore around, so just say no to them, too.
I think the worst element of a bad relationship can come from the man or woman doing something atrocious for their significant other. Now, this goes beyond making a scrapbook of the future babies you're going to have or sending him a love furn. Those are ridonkulous, sure, but there are some things that can't be tossed out when the relationship inevitably fails.
Dear Tuffy Love, I’m a junior in high school and I’ve had this same boy problem for a long time. I’m hooking up with this kid right now and he’s a jerk. It’s probably a combination of him not having any interest in me besides hooking up and him being younger, but don’t worry, I understand. HE DOESN’T LIKE ME.
Right now this best friend is lucky enough to be at the start of what we can all tell is going to be a great relationship with one of the few guys who might be worthy of her. I am as excited about it as she is. After months of squealing with her and analyzing every text he sent, they are officially dating and it is so exciting!