I couldn’t give a fuck if you’re horny, Brenda. I’m trying to build a damn connection.
I think I’m developing feelings for one of my uni friends, and I’m 90% sure they’re straight.
This needs to stop before I become a mess and the situation a disaster.
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Going on dates pretty much sucks when youre single
I met him at the grocery store where he worked at, it was refreshing meeting someone besides online dating apps. My first time in a long time where I putted myself out there because I get shy around attractive guys. I asked him where he was from and he was like “L.A.’‘ and I gave him that look ‘‘What are you doing here?’‘ since there’s not much to do in my hometown lol. We hung out twice, thought things went well and surprisingly with coincidence had stuff in common. The weirdest part of this is that he even lived up the street from me LOL. Then, ofcourse the popularity of “ghosting” he decided to choose that path as well and my heart sunk honestly. He basically threw me in the trashcan like it never happened, hurtful if I have to be honest.The last few days been trying to know recollect why it went the way it did but all I can do is accept and move on. You will never meet anyone like me, just so you know…
Entering a stable relationship, meeting and maintaining good ground with each other’s parents, agreeing on core values to build up a good connection, and accepting that running away to try to create a false honeymoon period will not work.
I was given some dating advice by youth leaders and it was honestly the best advice I had ever gotten that was about dating anyone.
They said before you seriously start dating the person, take a look on how they treat women and men in their family. If they treated women poorly and disrespectful, then you probably shouldn’t date them, and it went the same way with the men too, if they didn’t treat the men with respect, get the hell out of there.
In all human relationships from friendships to marriage, there comes a point when one party to the relationship will make a mistake and/or offend an other party to the relationship. This moment is not caught in picture perfect photos of the best or seemingly flawless moments in the life of the relationship.
The two parties involved have to ask themselves individually if the mistake or offense happened, and if it did in fact happen, is it something that is worth working through? Was there a simple misunderstanding? Was there a break in trust?
They’ll have to find some way to name what happened and communicate what it is. There has to be effort to communicate.
There has to be both honest speaking and deep hearing, giving in care and receiving in care. If this type of communication is present, then and ONLY then will a healthy resolution be reached. I say resolution, because not everything is repairable. Everything will not always be “fixed.”
But sometimes, there will be repair. Sometimes you have a chance to actually fix the break. If it’s worth it, give yourself that chance.
Hi when are we gonna teach straight men that genuinely dating them w optimism, only to decide not to continue in the end, is NOT the same thing as “leading them on”. Bc I’m DAMN TIRED of them getting mad as fuck bc they were “led on” when their date was simply giving them an honest chance. We really gonna let that sexism slide?
I downloaded a gay dating app and somebody hit me up and I got scared and deleted my account upxyisrs4a7rgg
Girls aren’t checking for you because you’re musty
Not because you’re a nice person
I literally only want two things in a man: For him to not be into hooking up immediately upon contacting me and for him to not be a goddamn heartbreaker.