I’ve just discovered the biggest glitch in online dating…
Sometimes you’re going to find that crossing the line can sometimes lead you on a whole different journey. So your best buddy in the whole wide world is getting married. You are in charge of the bachelor party.
Of course you are in a relationship at this time in your life, and a really good relationship at that. It took a long time to find that really amazing woman. She’s your best friend. You have even uttered the word “soulmate.”
It is a great connection. The sex is great…..
Perhaps your best friend in the entire world was dating an amazing girl, and the whole time they were dating all you kept thinking was, “Why can’t I meet somebody like her?” Every time you hung out with them in a group, you had such great chemistry with her. She was so cool. You always told your buddy how lucky he was to have a woman like her.
You come up with something really great- “Tomorrow night, I’m going to take you out to this really great restaurant.” You send them a text that morning, and you said “Hey, are we going to go out to this great restaurant? Really want to go out to this great restaurant.” And I’m using restaurant as an analogy there.
They don’t respond to it.
How do these things make you feel? How do you feel if someone cheats on you? How do you feel if someone steals your cell phone out of your car? How do you feel if someone slept with somebody else? We’re getting to the real root of cheaters right now. You’ve been cheated on in the past. If someone asks you what happened in your past relationship, is your answer…
There is something I want to share with all of you today that’s really important. It’s called the truth. I don’t think I ever really covered this before in a blog, however, it is something I think we all need to realize. Have you ever been in a relationship, and you just knew something you were doing – whether on a conscious or subconscious level – was not the right thing but you did it anyway? I am not talking about…
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