Q: No matter how hard I try, I can’t move on from my past relationships. Will they always be the basis of comparison?
Q: After a year of dating exclusively, I told my girlfriend that I was in love with her and ready for serious relationship. I had asked that we take it slow at the beginning due to a bad break-up. Now that I am all in, she is pulling away – saying she isn’t ready to give me the attention I need and wants her freedom.
Q: My girlfriend of five years just told me she never wants to get married. I mean ever! This is a big deal for me because I have always wanted to be married. I have always wanted to have kids and start a family. I’m Christian and yes, while we have had sex, I don’t believe in having kids out of wedlock. I don’t want to throw away the past five years but I also don’t want to miss out on my life, either.
Question: As a new age woman, I would love to pay when on a date. I also prefer to drive (for safety purposes and convenience) but don’t want to make the guy feel like a woman. How can I find a balance of being equal and not emasculating.