Physical attraction can bring two people together, but that doesn’t always make for a healthy relationship. Here’s what to look for in a guy.
We all have that guy in our life who makes our heart go pitter-patter. The problem is that sometimes what the body wants – and what is good for us – are two completely different things.
Sexual compatibility is only one part of being in a successful
Soon into my freshman year of college, I met a great boy. I stopped seeing other people because... well, because I didn’t want to.
I liked him, and we were regularly hooking up, so why would I bother being with anyone else? In high school, this made sense. In college, not so much.
After a month-long romance, I was pretty sure we were on the fast track to being in a real, bonafide relationship. That is, until I went home for a couple days... and he brought another girl to a date event that weekend.
At first, I didn’t see
We go through the journey of life looking for different things, love being very important in our journey quest. We go into relationships to accomplish this task and we meet people from different tribes looking for that one true love.
Timing is something that we find hard to get quite right with relationships. We meet the person of our dreams the month before they leave to go study. We form an incredibly close friendship with an attractive person who is already taken. One relationship ends because our partner isn’t ready to get serious and another ends because they’re getting serious too
I’m here to tell you a home truth: You do not have to be friends with your ex. Look, I get it, I really do: After a break up, it is so, so tempting to try to be friends with the person you were dating. You might feel this way for a lot of reasons. Regardless of whether you were the dump-er or the dump-ee, the idea of suddenly going from seeing someone all the time to not seeing him or her at all is simply unimaginable. Or maybe you were friends before you dated, so you feel like you should be able to go back to that. Or you think that, if you could just hang out once in a while, the break-up wouldn’t feel quite so