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My partner and I argue petty stuff like “Why did you take this jammed road?” to serious issues, like “Why are you always avoiding my family functions?”
The world is divided in two: those who swipe right on their friends and those who swipe left.
If you asked someone in their mid-30s, they might tell you it’s good, going well. Or at the least, they’d tell you it’s “going”.
I think dating without Tinder is not only more rewarding, but also easier in the long-run.
Dating a single father is probably the best romantic and practical reason you’ll ever make as a single woman.
Geetha and her partner (L) started toying around with the idea of polyamory when their relationship was struggling.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, there is indeed life after divorce. Here are 5 important things you can learn from my experience.
A partner which is controlling, manipulative and verbally abusive are some of the red flags we’re often told to watch out for.
Make a list. Do a list of pros and cons, and really evaluate your job. What is your job costing you in the long run? Do you see yourself working there for the next 2, 3 years?
That's not enough information there unrequited! To give a good answer, I'll need to know how things are now. Is it still platonic between you two? Has she shown any signs that she feels the same way?
It sounds like you have trouble making decisions. You’re not alone in this –most people don’t like to decide where to eat, simply because it assumes responsibility for yourself and others.
Lots of things, but here’s what I’d do:
First, I’ll tell him that I’d really appreciate him paying back the money he owes me. In a serious way, not jokingly. I want him to understand that it’s no longer a laughing matter.