Since a lot of you will be saying a temporary goodbye to your significant others at the end of the month as you head back to school, we though we'd make the transition a little easier for you.
Listen up world, I am tired of all the long-distance relationship bashing. It's everywhere, from the random drunk guys who feel the need to tell me 'that'll never work out' to movies like Like Crazy that show LDRs as doomed to fail.
I told him I didn't want to live with anyone until I was engaged first. I'm wondering if I am making it too hard on the poor guy - he is moving 1,000 miles away from home to be with me, and I'm making him find an apartment, find his own roommates, while we both know that he'll probably be over at my place all the time.
Howdy ya’ll! If you’re wondering where that friendly southern greeting came from, I just got back from Nashville, Tennessee!
My question is... should I try this LDR thing? Or should we just go our separate ways until the logistics change--in an effort to avoid hurting each other and ruining what we could possibly have in the future? Either way, do you have any advice for how I should approach the situation? How to make an LDR work?
Boyfriends. Best friends. Homesickness. They're all reasons to abandon dorm life for the greener pastures of your childhood home, but is it the right move for you? This week, Marysa addresses one reader's concerns about moving out of the dorms.
I am now writing to you because my current question definitely needs a dude's advice. How do I convince my man to move in with me when he's not on tour? Except I'm asking in terms of what can I do to better myself and my life so that my man looks at me and goes, "My girlfriend has something I want that's missing in my current awesome life, and I want to be with her every second that I'm not on tour."
I’m not exactly proud of it. Not exactly. But I will proudly say that it’s the best decision I ever made. Now before you start calling me names and reciting the seventh commandment in my ear, hear me out. Cheating on my boyfriend may not have been right, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t necessary.
Dear Tuffy Luv, Ten months ago I met the best guy I have ever been with. We have/had the best story ever. We met at the airport on the way home from separate study abroad trips, same flight home, we started talking at the gate. After a first "date" and a visit from him, he asked me out.
I'm suffering from heartbreak. My boyfriend is leaving me. Sort of. But only after I left him. Sort of...I'm suffering from heartbreak. My boyfriend is leaving me. Sort of. But only after I left him. Sort of...Here is my situation, I have the much coveted/dreaded position of broke but oh so sexy older musician's girlfriend. (He's 26, I'm 20). My man is a drummer, and a very talented one at that. Before I met him, he toured with a band for a few months around Europe. When I started dating him a year and a half ago, he was (and still is) in a local garage band with a couple friends, playing local shows recording a demo, and not really going anywhere besides that.
They say that 60% of all men cheat and 70% of the women who’re being cheated on pretend it’s not happening. Well, I’m not sure if I believe in statistics (or that Justin Bieber’s got testicles) but I have known me some men who’ve crossed the fidelity line. Why?
Dear Dude, I need the perspective of a man. Please help. My boyfriend and I have in a LDR for the past year because he's studying abroad. Four months ago, I broke up with him for stupid reasons and I thought he would never take me back so I got drunk out of my mind and ended up hooking up with his best friend.
Dear Dude, My long distance 3-year boyfriend broke up with me 3 weeks ago. We became really close and honestly the relationship was really easy. He never cheated and he always called and texted. And I thought waiting for him to come home was right. Yet, 3 years later, we are both 10 min away from each other and he decided to break up with me 7 days before V-Day.