Dysfunctional relationships are being woefully underrepresented by the candy industry on Valentine’s Day.
From Atonement to When Harry Met Sally, there’s something for everyone here.
At the first sound of any of these lines from that guy you’ve been hoping to progress your “sort of” relationship into something more, run. Don’t walk. Do not pass go. Do not collect two hundred dollars. Just run.
Check yo’self before you wreck yo’self (or your chances at love, anyway).
Zach is “not sure he’s feeling anything” after two dates with a girl. She wants to go out again. Should he?
Just because there are good reasons to play the field, that doesn’t make it any less complicated. Here are 5 questions to ask yourself that will help you to keep your head on straight and your moral compass functioning.
It’s easy to internalize rejection as a sign of failure. Here’s why you shouldn’t.
Sometimes, the messages you get are so nice, you feel bad not responding, even if you don’t want to date the person.
You can’t possibly respond to everyone who shows interest. It’s okay.
We’ve all been there: a guy proves himself to be flakey, and you don’t need the help of a book to figure out he’s not that into you. But if you’re aware of all this, can you still go ahead and date him anyway?