Today we have an interesting question about the vagueness of the start of a relationship.
Uracil_Goblin asks on Reddit:
Basically I talked to her for a while. It went alright and at the end I asked her to grab a coffe or something this friday. She said at first oh I can't im saving for some trip, (which obviously is a lie) so I told her it's alright, it's on me. Then she said that she has a math exam so she can't do anything and I jokingly asked her don't be ridiculous you won't be studing 24/7 you have time for this.
Then she said "oh I am not the type to go out with guys like this" and then I said nothing. After a couple of seconds she said...
Today we have a question about jealousy from fr3shmarxo on Reddit:
My partner is quite insecure and always thinks I might be cheating on him. Even though I love him to pieces it just breaks my heart how he just doesn't trust me. I can't talk to a guy without him getting suspicious.
Has anyone ever gone through something like this and how did you handle it? He always questions every time I put make up on and asks if I'm trying to impress other guys. Makes me feel pretty shitty. Any advice is appreciated.
The question of whether or not to marry him depends on a lot more than just this issue. Think about the entire package, everything that...
After a lengthy spring break we are back with a somewhat morally dubious question from toasta_oven on Reddit:
A coworker and I recently (last two months or so) became friends, and a lot of our other coworkers/friends think we should date/are secretly in love.
I like her, but she has a boyfriend of four years. Yesterday I talked for a while with her (she brought it up) about how she may break up with that boyfriend.
We've texted/snapchatted 24/7 for almost a month now and hang out a decent amount. I'm pretty sure she likes me, but with my recent luck of reading women I'm not going to jump to conclusions. What is my next move?
I(25M) am not 100% sure this is the right place to post but I went on two dates with this girl(24F). And we got along absolutely fantastic. We have a ton in common it was like meeting with an old friend in a sense when I hung out with her.
However I'm hung up on looks. It's not that she isn't attractive exactly. But she is kind of plain. Am I too hung up on her looks vs her personality or should there be some sort of definitive attraction?
It sounds like you are still attracted to her. If you were not attracted to her at all, or you wouldn't like to have sex with her, my advice would be...
A very short question today by Jazzah48 on Reddit, one that comes up often but actually means the person asking is not focusing on the right things..
"Which gender has it easier when it comes to dating?"
There is no simple answer to who has it "easier", because there are so many factors to what "easy" is.
Is it the amount of time for getting a date? Getting a date without investing much effort? Getting offered dates? Getting paid for dates? Knowing you are generally safe on a date? Knowing the other person likes you? Getting the other person to be exclusive? Worrying about the intentions of the other person?
User photog679 on Reddit shares her story about a good date and a bad aftermath:
"Just here for a vent.
Went on a first date last week at a local beer garden that in my opinion went great. We talked for 2.5 hours, ordered multiple rounds, had a ton in common and lots to talk about. He kissed me at the end.
I texted afterwards when I got home to say I had a great time and he reciprocated.
Then Friday, Saturday, Sunday I go to initiate conversations via text. Get short or one word responses in return. I ask to hang out again and he says he "didn't feel a great connection" when we hung last week so he would have to say no. WTF???"
Today we have an extremely complicated question from user jjabrams1110 on Reddit:
"So i've been friends with this girl since 2015, and i always felt we had good chemistry. But since she had a bf back then, i did not do anything about it.
A few months ago she broke up with her bf, and we got to talking, and have been pretty good friends since then.. Cut to the day before valentine's day, she sent me a selfie saying "look how sad i am tomorrow is valentine's day" So i jokingly say to her that don't you worry we'll go on a date.
( Side note: Where i come from, in my country dating goes a bit differently, as in once you commit to someone, after...