He lies, he cheats, he drinks like a fish, and he uses drugs. What in the world is this young lady wasting her time with this loser for?
Category: Dating Advice
I’ve asked my friends for advice on how to introduce myself to a women on an online dating site that I find interesting or have shared interests. To say the least, the advice is all over the place! I need help because this is unbelievably confusing.
How can a boyfriend of seven years who cheated and got another woman pregnant ever think he and the woman he cheated on “work things out?”
Everyone can be on their good behavior for a short period of time, but after 6-9 months, folks relax their front and ish gets real. As time passes and you spend more time together, you get to see more of who he really is, how he handles conflicts and problems, levels of responsibility and accountability, you meet his family, you meet his friends, you see how he is living, you learn how he thinks and what his values and morals are.
During a separation a husband has created a child with another person. What should the wife do – say or go?
Advice seeker thinks her boyfriend wants to “share her” with other guys, but Ms. HeartBeat sees a sociopath sex trafficker working on a naive and unaware potential victim of pimp game.
Relationships are as much biological as they are emotional, at least at the beginning. You approached her because your dick got a tingle and you reacted biologically. Understand this good black man, since she didn’t get a tingle she rejected you.
Do you think we can have a healthy and lengthy relationship? I really don’t have a problem with where she works if I don’t think about it too much. I mean if we started dating before she started stripping and she told me she wanted to be a stripper, I would totally be against it. But since it’s what she was doing when I met her, I accept it because I feel that I don’t have the right to change her or ask her to change.
Single women should never waste time with a married man. Telling him to “leave me alone”, then whining for time and acknowledgement from him sends a mixed message and gives him too much power.
How much of an age difference is too much? This writer wants to know if a 24 year old woman and a 43 year old man have a chance at happiness together.
She said that she wants a divorce so she can work on her own problems. She has also told me she is confused and feels no emotion at all right now. I feel that we could both work on our own problems and still work on our marriage. I told her that I agree with the separation for right now, just not the divorce. Am I crazy for feeling this way?