Ladies, many of us have been here: the man you're seeing is attractive, charming, funny, smart, etc., but he doesn't want to commit. Maybe he doesn't want to call you his girlfriend, even though you see each other on the regular. Maybe he wants to have sex, but he won't take you to dinner. Or maybe . . .
Sometimes we all need a refresher course in love. Especially with online dating. It's just so f***ing frustrating sometimes. I hear the constant rumblings of those in the trenches: Why can't I just meet someone normal, have great chemistry, and then fall in love? What's with all the mind games, . . .
Q: I have been going out with a guy for about three months. Most of the time, it's great - he is romantic, fun, and makes me feel sexy and attractive. But other times it's like he withdraws. He keeps pulling away from me. He doesn't answer his phone, he ignores my texts, and he makes excuses as to . . .
I was reading an article in Glamour magazine on the meaning of a "high maintenance" woman. (Don't judge - I was standing in line at the grocery store and couldn't read another story about baby Kimye.) The main point of the article was interesting: most women think they are high maintenance when . . .
I was having a conversation with a friend earlier this week. She's a confident woman who speaks her mind, and is always dating somebody. In fact, right now she happens to be dating a few people. But she's a little freaked out about it. Her: "I have to choose, right? I can't just keep dating all . . .
I love it when dating phrases trend on Twitter. Yesterday, #WeAlmostDatedBut was gathering momentum. As you can imagine, it ranged from stupid (#WeAlmostDatedBut I found out you didn't like Lord of the Rings) to thought-provoking (#WeAlmostDatedBut your insecurities and assumptions ruined what could . . .