My current boyfriend was shocked when, after we first made love, I told him that all I wanted in a relationship (at the time) was a "friends with benefits" situation. After he died in 2013, I figured I was done with sex.
It had been a year and eight months since my husband had died; my sex drive had recovered, but my heart was still hibernating. He'd been my high school sweetheart, my first and only.
I'd been my husband George's caregiver as he'd succumbed to cancer. If you'd asked me then, I would have said that I'm fifty, I have 32 years of memories, I'm not interested in sex. I thought I might get a cat, once I was ready to take care of anything again.
What I got instead was an unlikely best friend who'd helped me look after George.
All this time, you are being told that the two of you should take things slowly yet miles away someone is running a steeplechase on that track.
Don’t be that lady who keeps on hoping he’ll leave his girlfriend for you.
There’s no sad thing as dating someone who fails to deliver both in bed and in the relationship. I mean guys that will buy a lady chips mwitu, mix and Napoleon then expect to spend the night with her.
A lady who keeps milking you money then goes ahead to complain of pain and fatigue every time you have sex or a man who can’t even stay one minute on top of a lady. I mean ladies that believe they are models just because they have Instagram and Facebook accounts or socialites because they post nudes on Twitter.
Be careful with working class people There’s an obsession that some campus ladies have with working class men. A man’s maturity is measured by the content matter between the ears.
In one of his Forbes Tech articles, Oracle billionaire and the world’s fifth richest man Larry Ellison says, “It’s better to waste time figuring out how to earn your own money than to waste time depending on someone else’s money.” Relying on money from sugar daddies and mummies has its consequences.
One day it’ll all go away and the residue will be stress blended with regret .
Nowadays, there’s an annoying trend among us young people. Don’t play second fiddle to someone else Never settle for second spot.
Most of us believe that being ratchet is the new cool. If you are looking for someone to seriously to date, don’t date these people. Once a while, you’ll realize that every hour you wasted with someone who wasn’t worthwhile would have been very constructive for you in doing something that you just realized you can actually do. You might be that guy who’s always taking her to IMAX and sending her airtime while another guy is doing the actual action.
Many of us keep repeating the same mistakes when it comes to dating and hence the same bad results trail us.