There is no good way to reject someone.
The only people who don’t have time for others are those that don’t want to make time for them.
How many of you have ever watched a television show or a movie and said aloud, “This person is so me!” or thought that it would be pretty sweet to have their life as your own?
There will be times in our lives — especially in dating — when it appears that everything is the way it’s supposed to be, and yet something will still be missing.
You were hearing her, but you stopped listening to her.
Dating shouldn’t be a series of strategically planned moves that are more analytical than emotional.
Nothing you could have done would have made them stay. Nothing you could have said would have changed their mind.
This is not the first time I’ve seen a woman question why men can’t be content to stay in the “friend zone” of their relationship, and it surely won’t be the last.
I’m done. Not in a snarling Sammi Sweetheart kind of way, but in the most logical, rational, clear-headed and composed way possible: I’m done. I’m done with the dating applications.
While there may have been a bit of a hiatus during the late-summer and fall months, there were still plenty of articles written this year that I could be proud of.