in Dating on Sep 29, 2010
Have you ever had the 3rd date blues? You know, you have gone out on a couple of dinner and movie dates with a guy - everything is going along great and then he says, " I want to cook dinner for you at my house." Does this statement really mean that he only wants to have you over to his house for dinner or is there more. If a guy asks you to come over to his house for "dinner", does that really mean that he wants to have sex with you?
If a man only wants you to come over to his house for sex, whatever happened to getting to know each other? Is it too old fashioned to want to get to know each other first?
What are your thoughts? Do you think that the dance of romance still exists in today's society? Are there still men who think the right thing to do is ask permission to take you out? Or, is this "dinner date" what is to be expected?
Please leave your comments below!
in Relationships on Sep 23, 2010
If you had a time machine and could go back in time, is there a particular thing that you said to someone you love that you wish you could take back?
There is definite truth to the adage: Once you say it, you can't take it back.
No matter how hard you try, what you said is already out there - getting it back is impossible. The damage is done.
In relationships, it is too easy for one partner to take the frustrations of life out on the other person. Have you found if you have a hard day at work that you come home and take it out on your partner? Do you have a filter on your mouth and think before you speak? Have you been hurt by someone who doesn't know how to use their filter? Do you think that it has lifelong repercussions on a relationship when hurtful words are used?
I would love to hear your thoughts on this, please leave your comments below!
in Relationships on Sep 17, 2010
We live our lives in a very public arena, which can break down boundaries in our relationship. Do you think that our tell-all culture compromises intimacy? Is there (seductive) value in not telling everything? In keeping certain things to ourselves? To what extent might the heart grow weary - and the libido head south - when we insist on telling or sharing everything about ourselves - no matter how painful or what the emotional cost is? How much do you tell in your relationships?
What are your thoughts?