A fun little distraction that got played. The one that fell for his words. Who he inevitably ignored before she became a story he would tell his friends a few months down the road.
Don’t let societal norms dictate your dating life.
Shaming in relationships is not new. It’s been around for generations. We’ve accepted it, talked about it, hated it, been indifferent to it, given advice about it, gotten counseling for it, pushed it aside, made excuses for it and more.
The whole process of falling in love has shifted. Do we fall in love with a person, or a persona we see projected on our screens?
Be all in or be nothing at all.
To everyone else, it’s just “what people do these days” and you should just get over it because it wasn’t that serious anyway. But it was serious because you felt real things for this person.
Wanting to get back in the dating game without wanting something serious doesn’t make him a fuckboy.
There tend to be two ways that young women are taught to think about sex. I’d argue that neither is correct.
The guy whose first and last attribute says he likes it when his dates at least pretend to reach for the check: He’s got a “getting lucky” playlist in which Ginuwine’s “Pony” loops three times because 12 minutes is all you’ll ever get.
Relationships are not just about passion. Relationships need wisdom, romance, and a lovely dose of reality.