If you are dating with the purpose of getting into a serious relationship, say so! Don’t be afraid of scaring a man off. If he’s scared of having an adult conversation about your intention, he’s not worth dating in the first place.
Men with big egos are often insecure and try to cover up those insecurities with overcompensation. In truth, the man with a big ego lacks confidence and self-love.
It’s no longer just about the sex. There’s a difference between being physical and being affectionate.
There’s so much chatter out there about how the feminist movement has made women hard. How their success has made them too “alpha” or masculine to maintain a relationship and that’s why they’re single.
You feel like you can’t ever be weak — at least not in front of others. So you deal with things by yourself.
If a man wants to be with you, he will do whatever it takes to have you. There are reasons you’ve remained a hookup and not his girlfriend.
Losing yourself can lead to feeling stuck in your relationship and having unfulfilled desires. What can you do regain your own identity if you feel it’s already slipping away?
For most, a friendship with your ex keeps a door open to a possible reconnection. Opposite-sex friendships are complex enough. Having to maintain a friendship with someone who you’ve been emotionally and physically connected to just makes it more complicated.
Like most of the blocks we face in our life and relationships, uncertainty comes from fear — the fear of loss and heartbreak, the fear of losing our independence and, most common of all, the fear of the unknown.
If you don’t want this to go any further, you need clarity. It’s that simple.