Try not to obsess over the right things to do and instead come from a place of confidence and realize that he does care about you and feel strongly for you. “The chase” isn’t about playing games, it’s about not letting a man determine your worth
When he feels good around you, he’ll want to be around you. When he feels like you’re trying to get something out of him, he will want nothing to do with you.
Happiness isn’t something that just happens, it’s something you need to actively pursue. True happiness doesn’t come from wealth or beauty or status or anything external, it comes from within.
Whatever it is you’re feeling, feel it. Don’t bury it, don’t hide from it, don’t ignore it.
You text a lot, hang out, have fun, things seems to be moving along swimmingly and a relationship seems like it’s just around the corner. Then poof….he’s gone. Vanished without a trace.
The one thing I’ve noticed over the years as a relationship writer is that most women have no idea how they’re coming across to men.
You deserve to be with a guy who wants to be with you just as much (if not more!) as you want to be with him.
A new relationship can be as exhilarating as it is terrifying. You finally found that guy you click with, someone you really enjoy spending time with who seems to really like you … and you’re terrified of screwing it up.
I’ve been writing about relationships for a while now and can’t help but notice common themes that emerge over and over again in the questions we receive from readers.
When you eliminate the care (or worry or stress or whatever you want to call it), you are free to really be in the relationship. You can see the other person for who he is and you can give yourself to him freely – no strategy, no game-playing, no manipulation.