It would feel really, really good, but you probably shouldn’t do it.
Must Siri be invited as a third wheel on all of their lady dates?
And then there’s the fact that she’s not sure she WANTS to move anymore…
She’s a pop culture critic who has to watch a lot of TV and movies for work. He’s her boyfriend who finds all those same TV shows and movies boring.
Fresh out of a longterm relationship that killed her sexual confidence, will this once sex-positive woman ever get her mojo back?
He promises that he’s cleaned up his act, but how can she really be sure before giving their relationship another show?
“Guys [on] online dating sites, though available, are just not as attractive to me when we meet. There’s just so much you infer and observe by knowing someone in person that doesn’t…
How can you get over being treated badly when the person isn’t even sorry?
Ughhhh, the regret!
“When I’m scrolling my feed in public, I don’t want to see half-naked babies popping up on my screen.”
Being blown off, well, BLOWS.
They messaged online and texted for weeks, but when they met up in person, he didn’t seem as interested. What’s up with that?
Is it wrong for her to continue getting to know him if she’s not sure it’ll lead anywhere?
Ah, the recently dumped. Yes, they need lots of love. Yes, they need lots of attention. No, the heartbroken person can’t dominate your schedule for the foreseeable future. …
Introducing a new relationship to the folks is nervewracking as it is, but especially so when they didn’t like the last guy you brought home…
Where can she find the strength to endure loud chewers and constant iPhone checkers?
So. Much. Effort.
It’s amazing he looked up from his phone long enough to even snag a girlfriend.
Ahhh yes, the oh so tempting “one who got away”…