Tips for dating a new guy
Doing it earlier will make the break-up less awkward. That weekly coffee date with your college roomie, the once-a-month drinks with your BFFs – don’t give it all up too quickly.
If your new guy turns out not to bet he one, you’ll regret having given up on the good things in your life that keep you connected to the people that matter to you.
The key is learning to come into your true feminine power…one that compliments a man’s masculine power. On the big screen, they show us men like Tom Cruise’s character in the movie, .
When you do, he’ll jump through hoops to make you happy. Think back to when he professed his love with the romantic words, “You complete me.” Real men show you their love by cutting your grass and giving you their coat when you’re cold.
The right guy will wait for you and go at your pace.
After all, you know that sex is not the most significant aspect of any partnership.
There will be time to meet the parents and to bring him to the social functions you’re invited to.
We can all relate to all those Taylor Swift songs about super intense short relationships.
You might find out he’s not The One sooner rather than later.
What sucks more – learning that this guy is definitely not right for you when you’re two months in, or after six months of coupled-up bliss?
And if it does work out, then you didn’t ditch your friends for a guy, either. Aya Tsintziras Aya Tsintziras is a freelance lifestyle writer and editor.
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