Before you date me, I want you to know that I am damaged. I'm broken. I'm weak. I have flaws, so do you. As many times as I have broken, I have put myself back together.
I will avoid using names for the sake of anonymity... but in general well of course everything I write in my blogs are true so here we go. Here is a raw account of just a few of my love stories.
If you have ever used a dating app or signed up for a dating website, you will know that there are constantly things being said on there that make you want to roll your eyes and smash your face into the wall. Or is that just me? All I know is that there are certain things that guys online will put in their descriptions or say over and over, and I want them to know that other guys are using these lines too, so you all should just stop.
No matter if you’ve been in a relationship for years or just a few months it’s second nature to read into the gifts you are receiving from your partner. The old adage “it’s the thought that counts” couldn’t be truer than when it comes to giving in a relationship. It doesn’t matter how much something costs or what others think. The best gift one can give their loved one is something personal, something that holds meaning or something that represents a shared experience. Now that that’s out of the way, here are some common gifts exchanged between partners and their perceived meanings.
It's hard to determine how you really feel about somebody when you are young and your hormones are racing wildly. Physical attraction is the main thing that attracts the majority of people, but what is really important when looking for a partner in life? Perhaps there should be a checklist that we use and tick off all the things we like as well as those we don't when we are getting to know somebody. But, doesn't that take the romance out of it? Well, yes, but at the same time, if you are looking for someone to share your life with you have to consider more than romance.
We all know what the friend zone means, it's a pretty common term nowadays, but what does it really mean? People tend to see it as a negative place, somewhere they're put when they're not 'enough' for someone to date. But I see it differently. I see it as a place to properly get to know someone, build a solid friendship and create a deep connection.
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