How to steer clear of the Chuck Basses and Christian Greys in your life.
You know a commitment-phobe when you see one on TV, or you wouldn't have groaned every time Blaire and Chuck got back together again. But in your own life, spotting that commitment-phobe in between all the "I'm not
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"
They may sound a bit insane but are all actually totally legit.
1. He never cries. If you're balling your eyes out at a YouTube video of an elderly couple explaining how they've kept their love alive for 70 years, and he doesn't so much as bat an eyelid he's
If he hugs you with his hand perpetually lingering on the small of your back, leave him.
Any dude whom you feel like you'd have to lie to about your Harry Style tickets can GTFO. If you can't be honest about your love of bad reality TV (it's good because you recognize how bad it is,
Like posting a pic with your very attractive and very platonic guy friend.
With every breakup that leaves you feeling generally underappreciated, part of the healing process might involve doing a thing or two to gently remind your ex that, um hello, you are the shit. If you're out doing things that genuinely make
'Breadcrumbing' is the new millennial dating trend, and we hate it.
Let us refresh your memory: Ghosting is when someone you're dating or at least regularly flirting with decides to disappear from your life without warning. But now millennials are all about "breadcrumbing," which sounds weirdly like "benching." And it's literally
It's been added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary!
Great news, ladies! You know that one person in your life who shut you down when you were freaking out about that asshole who ghosted you? He or she said something along the lines of, "You probably just misunderstood what was happening."
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