It’s not always easy cutting people off from your lives. Sometimes you know them just for a week, while other times you have been in a relationship with them for years. When you’ve just begun seeing someone, it’s easier to identify the talking stage red flags. But in a longer relationship, it’s difficult to identify them and even more difficult to take the next harsh step.
The key to having a great relationship is to learn to enjoy it first. You must break free from the mental state in which you feel pressured to find the perfect relationship on the first try. Love is not a race. You need to have lived life to know what you want. When you lose the inhibitions and the fear, you’re more likely to find love. And when you do, don’t wait for anyone.
You should care about what a woman thinks if you’re planning to get into a relationship with her. Whether it’s short-term or long-term, you must always focus on how best you make her comfortable. People may advise you to use such-and-such lines or smile in a way that you think is hot (but is not). However, what always works is that you make a connection with her mind more than her body.
It can feel miserable or even heartbreaking but you must accept when someone does not feel the same way as you do. It’s not your (or her) fault or a reflection of you as a person. So, if you’re crushing on a woman and don’t know how she feels, then you must learn how to tell if she’s not into you. Then you can try to fix the situation before it gets awkward for you both.
Like everything else, the subject of social media and relationships has polarized public opinion. There are enough documentaries, research, and self-proclaimed lifestyle gurus that persecute the usage of networking apps. Ironically, much of this persecution is carried out on the same apps. At this point, it’s logical to accept that social media is here to stay. But the critics are not completely wrong.
Finding the right guy can be tricky, especially given the complex dynamics of modern dating. People, generally, have a fear of commitment and are likely to pull away. It is unfair to expect people to be constantly available whether in a relationship or while dating. Everyone has their way of processing emotions and may take their time in deciding whether or not they want to take a romantic equation to fruition.
Cancer is one of the signs that wears its heart on its sleeve. Cancer men like to hold on to traditional ideals, and may take the role of ‘provider’ in the relationship quite seriously. They love fiercely and are highly sensitive. Therefore, don’t be surprised if you find your Cancer man testing the waters when it comes to relationships. Because the mighty crab likes to hold onto something solid before it decides to sink deep inside.
Popular culture has depicted binaries about jealousy in a relationship. Either it is something cute and romantic so the guy could win over the girl, or something unhinged, resulting in a massacre. But feeling jealousy in relationships is pretty common. It’s human, and can’t be controlled. However, ‘making’ someone jealous is another story altogether. So read on if you too are thinking, “Is he trying to make me jealous or not interested in me at all?”