And in the end, we are responsible for own actions, reactions and interactions.
For those chicks already on point, thank you and keep it up.
Constructing that first message on an online dating site can be a challenge for many.
You don’t want to say too much or too little or get lost in the mix.
The list is endless, and I’m pretty sick of those article topics, too.
Sure, there are those guys out there making dating and relationships tough on all of us, but there are questionable girls, as well.
Please, do it for all of us, so we can call it "female behavior" again; so I don’t have to spend another cranky morning mulling over pathetic headlines... Don’t drop plans for a guy, and don’t wait around by the phone. I’m not saying to play games, but just do you first and see him on your own terms. When was the last time you heard a guy you were casually (or even seriously) dating say, “Oh, you want me what way? You’re compromising yourself -- just wait until that resentment kicks in. There’s nothing hotter than a confident guy who knows himself, what he’s great at, what he’s not and is generally comfortable in his own skin.
It most likely took some work and time alone for him to get there (hint, hint).
Before that, he was the biggest player known to man.
It may not be because you aren’t pretty enough; he just got busy. Confident girls know they’re great and don’t take things so personally 24/7.
Maybe he got back with his ex, or he’s dating 15 girls and forgot about you. Okay, so maybe I’m the only one saying that, but hear me out.
I’m not going to point a finger in one direction -- that’s a discussion for another time -- but my hunch is that the culprit is a clusterf*ck of many things.
Among those are society’s pressure on women to still marry young, slut shaming, double standards, baggage-ridden player guys, selfish exes, baggage-ridden insecure girls, your mom and dad, that dude from 8th grade and our sometimes unattainable beauty standards for women.