Does this sound like bae?
Everyone would love to think the person they're attracted to is emotionally intelligent. While *~sensitivity~* and emotional intelligence are linked, truly emotionally intelligent people are way different than the brooding fuckboys who haunt your DMs because they "just really miss you"
'It's my friend's surprise birthday party/bachelorette/despedida.'
One of the best things in life is exploring new places with someone who gives you ~*all the feels*~ but you can't do that when you have a mom who still insists on getting hourly text updates on where you are.
'Stashing' is the new 'ghosting' and it's just as bad.
There's a buzzy new dating term abound and true to form, it sucks just as much if not more than the OG term: ghosting.First coined by Metro UK's Ellen Scott, "stashing" is when the person you're dating fails
One word: empowerment!
If you've lived your whole life being told that you should always wait for the guy to come to you, that pretending to be pakipot is the surest way to land "The One," we have one question: How's that working
'He may be your best friend, but he is *my* boyfriend.'
We both walked into Miguel's life almost at the same time. You were always just there. And honestly, I didn't mind at first-I actually liked having you around. Then, I slowly started noticing that you kept finding reasons and
And four dudes who gave their honest answers.
Are you tired of trying to analyze a guy's actions or lack thereof? Sure, we can sit around with our girlfriends all day as we try to read a guy's mind, or even ask professionals for advice. But don't
We need to retire this absurd stereotype.
A (non-fuccboi) guy friend once told me that he's frustrated by all the profiles he sees on Tinder because women feel the need to include a height requirement. His exact words were, "It's like females banded together and collectively
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