My last article 10 Guys You Should Never Date, blew up my website last night.
And while it resonated with most people, it also ruffled the feathers of a few of the guys out there.
As important as consent is, we don’t talk about it enough.
So it’s understandable if you’re a little unsure about what it is – and what it isn’t.
When the person (who you gave your soul to) decides it is best to break up you will probably be left with an empty feeling.
I can’t tell you how many women I have heard from describing how horrible they feel about a breakup.
As unfortunate as that may be I think it is important to remember that no matter how you are feeling right now there is a light at the end of the tunnel. It’s ok, virtually everyone who visits this website isn’t over their ex yet.Dating a guy who recently got out of a relationship can be tricky business — while he may claim to be "totally over it," his heart might still be on the mend.If it seems that he just isn’t that into you, he could be still hooked on someone else, according to dating expert and matchmaker Susan Trombetti.When you are in a serious relationship with someone it can sometimes feel like you are giving a part of your soul over to them.You are trusting that person to be careful with it, to ensure that it is protected at all times.Trombetti says that your guy may not still be in love with his ex, but if he continues to act depressed about what went down between them, then he hasn't put it behind him. Your credit score may hold the answer In that case, she says that you need to steer clear of him. You deserve more and that situation isn’t healthy for you." There's nothing wrong with wishing an ex happy birthday on Facebook or shooting her a congratulatory text when she eventually gets engaged, but it's a bad sign if a guy keeps reaching out to his former girlfriend soon after their split.