The reality is that many women look at relationships as the hallway to marriage. Yes they may be currently focused on just enjoying the benefits of their relationship but that doesn’t mean they’re not hoping or waiting for things to progress. The problem is that a lot of times the man they are with is not on the same page. He is enjoying the benefits and plans to
Guest Post by Kimberly Luxe: Although it's a subject that we'd love to never talk about, I can't help but laugh at how relationships go from fluffy to rigid in the matter of months. It's as though, we enjoy that salesman approach we take when trying to sell ourselves and our pretty little red hearts-- all shiny and fully equipped. But as soon as
We live in a society where men having a side chick a.k.a mistress happens way too much. To some men having a woman without a side chick is like having a meal without a drink. Not good in my personal opinion, but there are plenty of women who go along with this dynamic. Sometimes it’s the part they choose to play and other times it is
When it comes to relationships a lot of us men could use some help in knowing how to make things better. We don’t always understand women (if ever for some) but we have to learn the things we can improve upon when we are in or want to be in a relationship. What they feel should be common sense to us sometimes eludes our minds.
Doesn’t suck when your good friend dates someone who you are extremely attracted to. I mean you really would love nothing better than to have them to yourself but you know you have to respect the boundaries (hopefully). They belong to your friend and it would look real bad for you to make a move on that person. Fast forward and now
So you meet this guy. The first impression is good and you two exchange numbers. You have a conversation, maybe two, maybe several and nothing seems to be wrong. Then all of a sudden he stopped calling and you're not hearing from him at all. Maybe it’s been a day, or days, or even weeks. Bottom line is the conversation has stopped and you don’t know
At one point, I thought things would get better between the three of us (my husband, his baby mama and I). I thought we could come to a mutual agreement for the child. At this point, I believe in the statement “Things get worse before they get better”. Let me break it down for you…