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It Not You It Me: Signs They're Ruining The Relationship

As I always say be careful what you asked for because you might just get it. When it come to the game of love, sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. Either way you will leave with a prize of a lifetime lesson that will teach you how to carry your next relationship. When I look back in time when I was relationship hungry, I see why I had so many failed relationships. I realize that I didn’t want a relationship, I just wanted the title. Furthermore, once I got the title that when I realize that I wanted a real relationship but not with that person. Which lead me to do anything to destroy the relationship. And I didn’t do no simple self-destruction, I did shit that lead them to block me from their lives altogether. Which lead me to this list, when a person says "it not you it me" best believe they’re telling you the truth. Sometimes we just want a relationship because of social media, or to fill a void in our lives that’s missing. Well this is where once again I step in (th…

The Do's & Don't's Of The First Date..

Earlier this year I wrote an article about the do’s and don’ts’ of dating, but after last week post I see that I have to touch that topic again. DO accept that a date is not a relationship. Remember that most dates are nights out with strangers—even if you've gone on three dates in one night. "It's OK to be excited, but take some time to get to know the person in front of you before you plan your future together in your head”. Like last year I went on a date with a guy, and he was the perfect gentleman. However, I made some rookie mistakes that jack up the whole date. So, this is where I step in again to give you the proper etiquette of dating. If you read my last article about this topic, then you know where I’m going with it. But I see it some new tips that I have to touch on as well. So, here are the do’s and don’ts’ of the first date.
DON'T convince yourself you only have one "type." 
DO widen your definition of a compatible soulmate. Being more open doesn…