Many of us women wish love was simple, however, we create a lot of complications by staying in relationships that don’t offer us what we want. We bend over backwards to appease others, and in turn, sometimes lose our self-respect.
I don't regret my dating history, but I remember falling all too soon. Then I’d be hurt when I didn’t receive a phone call.Anyone can fall in love, but it comes down to this: do you want the same things out of life? If you want marriage and children, you should not be settling with someone who doesn’t. In the end you'll only harbor regrets and resent the person you’re with.
If you're falling hard, giving a lot, and his only response is, “we’ll see where this goes…if in six months we’re still hanging out we’ll talk about commitment," Unless that is what you want also, be strong and walk away. If he is meant to be with you, he'll come back. Anyone who "doesn't know" if he wants a title, is setting you up so you both can see other people. This way, if you see him out with someone else, you cannot be mad at him because you are not his girlfriend-regardless of if you've had sex.
Always keep it simple. Lover’s Lane and Friendship Drive, the well-known fork in the road. The patch of woods in between is for those who want that, or those who've lost self-worth. I mean this not to insult, I know, as I was without dignity. That patch of woods is known as "Mutually" Beneficial Forest, and unless you've rented a cabin, you will end up giving him everything, and he will leave you for someone who has more pride.
Always be confident (the way to do that is by loving and respecting yourself). You will get the relationship you deserve. DO NOT go into that forest, regardless of how enamored the sex makes you feel.Any man can be an asshole, ifwe let them. And no matter how much it hurts, always act as though he has plenty of competition, even if you're not planning to date for a while. A woman who can walk away always gets the relationship she wants.