It can be tempting to settle for someone who is keen on you rather than risk upsetting them but in the long run this is unfair on both of you.
You need to let them go so that there’s space in your life for the right one to come in.
In a strange way rejection during the dating process can help your relationships in the future.
Knowing you can handle it and building your resilience can mean that when you do meet that special someone you’re stronger and more confident than you might have been otherwise.
When someone rejects you it’s because you aren’t the right fit for them, not because there’s anything wrong with you.
It doesn’t mean that you won’t be perfect for someone else.
And while something inside her is telling her it's the right thing to do, something inside the guy is telling him just the opposite, yet he proceeds. For the physical pleasure no doubt, but also, I think, for another reason: it makes him feel like a man.
But there is a great irony in that, for what is manly about deceiving a woman?
By Anonymous There's a saying that goes, "The best plan is to profit by the folly of others." That's what this article is about.
I want to share with you a few things I've learned -- the hard way -- concerning girls and relationships.