One man, two women, and a just a bunch of drama. We see it all the time. Movies, TV, music, and unfortunately real life. These love triangles where women fight each other are all around you and in my opinion it's a damn shame. With so much more important things to be worried about many women find themselves more focused on battling with the "other woman". They will slander her name. Stalk and harass her on social media. Some even go as far as showing up at a woman's house for a confrontation that can lead to violence. All of this nonsense is going on but they both fail to realize something.

People aren't always honest about things and men certainly are not exempt from this fact. Despite what some women may believe it isn't usually done out of malice or some kind of genetic flaw men are born with. That man may be trying to avoid any potential backlash or undesired outcome just like anyone else that will "bend the truth" (lie). So what are some typical lines a man says that women should just ignore because there is a good chance his words may not hold much weight? Well here are five I decided to list.

There is nothing wrong with being single! Too many people have made being single the equivalent to having a disease that needs to be cured right away. People will immediately assume something must be wrong with you and to be honest there likely is something that needs to be addressed within you. Not because you're single, but because you are a human being, and we all have issues. Some will overlook these issues and jump into a relationship anyway.

It’s breakup season again! That’s right. The time of year when, according to one survey, couples are twice as likely to call it quits. Twice!

If you are one of the many struggling with a recent breakup, then you are undoubtedly dreading all of the painful and reclusive feelings that come from spending Valentine’s Day, (dun,dun,dun)… alone. But fear not!

To start this off there is a quote I found online by Roger de Bussy-Rabutin which states “Absence is to love as wind is to fire; it extinguishes the small and kindles the great.” Let that marinate for a second. The topic of long distance relationships comes up all the time with people seeking advice and guidance. Is it a smart move? Can it really work?

"Why can't I find a good man"..."All men are dogs"..."Why does dating have to be so difficult?".  I hear this from plenty of women all the time. I'm going to leave the first two quotes alone for now but let's answer the last one. Dating is a mess because YOU make it that way. I'm not saying that the other party involved doesn't play their part in all of this.

To screw or not to screw, that my friends is the question. Should a woman be willing to have sex on the first date? Can she really expect to find love when she allows the man to "tap that" so soon? Will he respect her or simply place her in the "booty call" zone for eternity? I have heard many varying opinions on this issue. I have also seen many different outcomes.

Previously I wrote a blog post titled “Why How Many Men She Slept With Shouldn’t Matter” and it has received a lot of attention. The premise of the post was to simply say we should not judge a woman on her past. Who she was then is not necessarily who she is now. There were many those that greatly appreciated the article but there were also many who blasted it.

Time and time again I get to speak to women who are trying to figure out where they stand in their relationship. Sometimes it isn't even an official relationship. Just a situation with a man whose words and actions don't seem to line up. They are left confused because they want to believe the words coming out of his mouth are true. Yet when the time comes

Letting that woman run all over you. Following that man to see where he has been going. Impregnating her or letting him get you pregnant even when they aren't aware of your intentions. The list goes on and on. Ask that person why they did it and many will utter the phrase "love makes you do crazy things". I'm sure you have heard it before. It doesn't matter