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I love dating, I’m actually a pro at it. I love getting to know my partner, his favourite movies, musicians, and his most embarrassing moments from high school. I used to think that the best dates meant spending lots of money or going out for 4 course dinners. With maturity I’m realizing that though fancy dinners and gorgeous bouquets are awesome, meeting for coffee in a intimate spot is much more my speed. I love sitting in a nook with a cutie, sharing a dessert, and having a intense conversation. So much can be revealed when people are comfy and relaxed.
Most dates don’t go well because of the immense pressure that we put on one another. It’s hard to have fun on a date if your inner dialogue of do I look good, am I sucking in my stomach, does he think I’m cute, is there food between my teeth has you all in your head.
Relax, put on your favourite jeans and sweater and a bit of lipgloss and focus less on the aesthetics and more on the person you’re spending time with. Touch his arm, laugh at his corny jokes, play a adult version of MASH, or challenge him to a game of chess. Just enjoy the moment and don’t stress yourself out of a great memory.
Random Question: Are you a Pumpkin Spice Latte fan? If not, what’s your favourite hot beverage?
Do not bring people into your life who weigh you down
I went away last week, I tried to speak to him everyday but family responsibilities kept the conversations short.
Last week, we went three days without speaking. That’s unusual for us, and though it didn’t upset me at first, I didn’t like how he casually picked up the conversation without explaining his absence.
He’s been texting me for the last few days and I’ve been ignoring him.
Am I wrong?
http://ow.ly/BMzZ3 Do you want kids? I’m not to sure, but I’m leaning towards NO
“No relationship is perfect, ever. There are always some ways you have to bend, to compromise, to give something up in order to gain something greater…The love we have for each other is bigger than these small differences. And that’s the key. It’s like a big pie chart, and the love in a relationship has to be the biggest piece. Love can make up for a lot.”