Posts tagged with ‘dating advice’
Anonymous asked: hi. uhm i like this guy and i like him. alot. but he's a grade above me. so i know he likes me. he told my friends he liked me but he told them "yeah i like her but i dont think ill ask her out." and "yeah i dont think she likes me so i havent made any advances" so uh help??
Why don’t you ask him out? You go gurl!
Anonymous asked: Hey I'm in college and I finally got my first boyfriend. I'm like any other girl and had huge crushes that were fruitless. Now I feel like I settled with this guy because, well, I don't like him. Should we break up? And do you have any advice?
If you don’t like him you should break up with him, plain and simple. Read 10 Signs You’re Settling In Your Relationship & Don’t Really Like Your Boyfriend. There will be plenty of guys that come in and out of your life. Never settle for anyone that you have any kind of negative feelings toward. Always make sure the person you are dating is someone you not only like, but have the potential to love. What’s the rush?
Some of your alone time: Very independent girls, listen up: being in a relationship will mean sacrificing some of your precious alone time. I know that, for me, when I started dating someone after years of being single, this was hard. Suddenly, I didn’t have as much time for reading, binge watching TV shows or napping as I used to. It took a while to adjust, but I’ve finally got a good schedule down. Seriously dating someone means sacrificing some of your time for them. Of course, you should still keep some alone time scheduled for yourself. Not everything should be about your partner! But you will definitely have less of it than before. And if you’re not going to sacrifice that, well… it’s going to be really difficult to make a relationship work.
Anything concerning the word ‘friendzone’: "Friendzone." If I hear this word once out of your mouth, you’re out of the list of guys I would even consider dating.
Friendzone shouldn’t even be a term. A girl doesn’t have to be interested in a guy romantically! Stop complaining about how she “friendzoned” you. This goes hand in hand with complaining about how girls only like jerks.
Anonymous asked: hi im a 15 year old girl and boys never like me and it's scaring me. ive never had a "thing" w anyone and ive only kissed(barely) and dated one boy. boys always tell me im pretty and have a nice personality and some inappropriate stuff and that im super funny and stuff but they never seem to actually like me like they don't text me a lot, they don't wanna hook up and other stuff that makes them seem distant? do they think im prude? what's my problem?? please help, thanks!
Um, sounds like boys do like you. Read Ask A Guy: Why Does It Take So Long For A Guy To Ask Girls Out?
The question is do you like anyone? If so, ask him out! Do not sit around and wait for him to make a move. And if you’re not interested in anyone, what’s the rush? There will be PLENTY of people that come in and out of your life in your high school years - some will be friends, some crushes, and maybe even a couple will be relationships. “Barely” kissing and dating one boy is actually more romance than most girls have by 15. Just chill, go with the flow, and most importantly BE YOURSELF. Never ever ever change yourself for a guy.
Making Blanket Statements About Guys: Most girls hate when guys say stuff like, “Girls only like dirtbags. Why don’t they like nice guys, like me?” The equivalent for that, for them, is when we say things like, “Why are all guys such jerks?” It’s not a fair thing to say at all.
It Makes it Harder to Move On: Staying in each other’s lives is always going to make it more difficult to move on. Always. I don’t care what you say. If you delete the person from your life (for at least a little while), it will be a lot easier to get over them. But if you keep them as a friend, someone you talk to and hang out with regularly, how do you expect yourself to be able to move on? It’s nearly impossible.
I’ve seen a lot of advice that says you shouldn’t talk to the other girl. But I don’t agree with that. Personally, if my boyfriend were cheating on me, I would want the other woman to fill me in. If you think his girlfriend doesn’t know, you should tell her. It won’t be easy, but wouldn’t you want someone to do that for you? And if she already knows what happened and you’re feeling really awful, you can apologize if you’d like to. Again, this isn’t easy. But it doesn’t have to be a long, drawn-out conversation. You can even just send a Facebook message saying you’re sorry, you didn’t realize what was happening, and you feel awful.