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Well i'm exactly who i am, no games nothing i love books and i love my computers and good thing of life..i lyke sharing ideas to my best knowlegde and also gives advice to people who needs it. i love singing, because thats part of me, also lykes my PC, thats part of me as well i'm currently single though i have dated once but it crashed. due to misunderstanding, inmarturity of the second partner what i do believe is that Relationship is about trust, endurance, sacrisfice, understanding, and if that comes my way by any chance, i'm ready reciprocate the love giving to me by my partner I am sincere, loyal and fun loving. I am looking for a quality lady who is not about games, lying,e.t.c I really want to meet a real Lady to settle down and establish a meaningful relationship. No games, no drugs and disease free. I am a guy who believes the ultimate relationship is founded in true friendship. I am God fearing and respectful, far from perfect, but I strive to reach that goal.
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For three months I dated someone. This why my first serious relationship since a four year one almost two years ago. I found him comforting, sweet, and goal-oriented. The challenge was/is that I'm away at school (5 hrs). It's difficult since we met a week before I left for school. We tried to make it work, but he gave up. We still talk once a week for about an hour. We hang out almost everytime I come home.
I just don't know what to think. I've asked, and he's said, "I just don't feel that way about you." I believe him, but somewhere in the back of my mind I think he's not sure yet. When he ended it, he asked if we could take a step backward and just be friends for awhile. I'm so confused. I know better than to be hung-up on someone, but I haven't felt so strongly about a guy in a long time. I date a lot, and I have a pretty good idea about qualities I look for in people. Is he just being nice or could there be more there than just friends?
I'm scared because I think I may love him, and I really don't want to get hurt again. Anyone have advice
I'm new here, but I had something I wanted to get off my chest anyhow.
I am 24 year old male and am currently attending a very large university in Canada. I've been single for quite a long time (four years sincw my last serious relationship and almost two since my last date!), and it is now frustrating me to no end. I'm not the kind of person who really enjoys being alone (although if that's you, that's fine), but for me, I absolutely hate it. I also realize that I am by no means "old" or over-the-hill yet, but I still must admit that I am quite lonely and not at all satisfied with my love life (or lackthereof, rather). So, obviously, I want to find a decent girlfriend.
Anyway, the problem is that, for the life of me, I just cannot get a date! And the thing is, I don't fully understand why either! I'll admit I'm not all that experienced with the fairer sex, but I am at a complete loss as to why I cannot meet anyone at such a large school. It just doesn't make any sense to me.
I've theorized that maybe it is because of my looks. Although not an easy thing for me to accept, I have considered the notion that I am not as attractive as I initially thought I was (I happen to be a rather tall and skinny guy, unfortunately). So I'm under the large impression that girls tend to avoid me due to my appearance. I don't honestly know what else it could be. I am a somewhat shy and reserved person when it comes to dealing with an attractive member of the opposite sex, so that may also play a factor(?). But considering the complete lack of interest I receive from any and all girls, I presume it's definitely something wrong with my appearance.
I am also aware that some of the more old-fashioned and traditionally-minded females will say that as a male I have a "duty" to be the one to make the first move; by initiating conversation, interest, advances, and the like. But I just have a hard time swallowing that. I mean, is it that inconceivable that at an enormously large school with thousands upon thousands of women my own age that there is not one who is extraverted and forward enough to take the first step? (I was always under the impression that women are usually the ones to take the first step, either via body language, gestures, conversation, and so on.) Moreover, it is extremely difficult to be bold when you're naturally shy, and even worse, you feel badly about your own appearance.
In the past, I never used to lack confidence, but as of late, I admit that it certainly has been a bit lacking, to say the least. I know women appreciate confidence in a guy. Recently, however, now that I'm seeing myself in a much more unattractive light than I previously had, my self-confidence is pretty much shot down the drain. (Wouldn't almost two years without a single date do that to someone?) And don't think I haven't tried to get a date either. On more than one occasion, I have asked out girls and been given a super-polite excuse for not being able to further our conversation. It's quite painful, I admit. Like most people, I don't handle rejection very well from the opposite sex.
So now, in light of all this, what do you guys think? What are some other reasons why girls tend to avoid me like the plague? Any tips or advice on how to raise my self-confidence or on getting a date? I'm just trying to figure this out and perhaps someone else can help shed some light on this problem.
Any and all opinions are welcome. Thanks.
A very good friend of mines told me that her man seen my guy out at the club with another woman..
I'm not sure how to handle this. I investigated and found out some facts and my friend's man swears to everything that it was my guy that he seen. He said he felt bad for me and that I needed to know.
Of course I'm disappointed and hurt because this means he was dishonest with me and if he's sleeping with someone else I would want to know so that I can decided if that's what I want.
I believe this is true because lately his behavior has been different, he's been extra nice to me as if he feels guilt for something. One time I noticed the sex was different. He has a certain pattern and the last time was very different and I was puzzled then, I asked him about it and he really didn't have much to say. Then he has been in the habit lately of not answering his phone. He blames everything on being tired and work.
We are going to meet today and talk but I'm not sure what to say since I didn't actually see him and we're not married. I think the best thing to do is to leave him alone because I would always think about this in my head. I do not want to be hurt anymore than I have been. I'm not sure what to think anymore, I thought things were going well.
What do you think?