Tips on dating a boy
For many of us, Thanksgiving kicks off a season of celebration which doesn’t really seem to stop until sometime in January.
I probably don’t have to tell you that large gatherings of people, festive parties, and times when everyone is supposed to be part of a happy family can be especially hard if you’re single […] Read more When you think about addiction, you probably conjure up an instant picture.
We also just released a book based on the most frequently asked questions we receive: “He’s Not That Complicated: How to Crack a Man’s Romantic Code to Get the Relationship You Want.” You would be amazed (or maybe you wouldn’t be) at how often I am asked if a guy likes them or not.
Your self-esteem reflects the core beliefs you have about yourself.
Between swigs of her martini, she told me she was going to share the most important lesson she ever learned about men, women and dating: Men are idiots. If you can find a man who is less of an idiot than most, or a girl who is less crazy than most, then you’ve done well. They are typically an endless recounting of little details and interactions that swing the poor girl back and forth between thinking he’s into her and thinking he’s not. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – walking down the path of distrust or suspicion is a slippery slope. Check out these two articles that explore the topic of trust in relationships/dating: Does My Boyfriend Really Mean What He Says? Detailed answer here: Can a Girl Say I Love You First?
Let me make this whole thing easy for you: If you can’t tell whether or not he likes you, your best bet is to strongly that he does and give him clear and obvious opportunities for him to make a move for you (assuming you’re into him and not just wondering for vanity’s sake.) He’s shy? If a guy doesn’t call, it means he’s just not that into me, right?
These addictions are experienced by the entire breadth of society, from the […] Read more Complacency is a continuous struggle that we all have to fight.
~ Jack Nicklaus You know how you sometimes (perhaps frequently) have that experience of something bumping up against you repeatedly and you feel the nudge to listen.