Be an adult, tell the truth, and accept the consequences. Make an effort not to be so jealous and try to appreciate that other women find him amazing.
We all know it, yet we sometimes stray – and we’re almost always sorry when we do.
In general, I’m all about breaking rules, making your own, or not following any to begin with — but I also know that these 10 commandments of dating are better off being followed.
Spoiling him sometimes is cute, and letting him know you think he’s amazing is also really sweet.
But taking this too far and doing everything for him like you’re his mother will only destroy your relationship in the long-term.
Don’t be afraid to take a shower, brush your teeth, and maybe even wear deodorant (only if you really like them).
Most of you already know this, but there’s a sad few who need to be reminded of this truth.
You deserve so much more, so don’t put up with it under any circumstances. White lies happen, even big, messy lies happen, too.
He doesn’t always need to know every single detail, but being a habitual liar makes you untrustworthy and gets to a point where you wont be able to keep up with what’s even real anymore. It makes you look insecure and act like a lunatic, and makes your guy feel like you don’t trust him.
You don’t want to let your spark fizzle, so make sure to make time to spend together.
Family (and those that are basically family) come first.
Guys, if you don’t plan the first date, then plan on not having a second date. Your date should never wonder if they are on a date. It reveals your true intentions and this can make it more stressful to say, but you have to do it. Good things take time and a kiss is a good thing (Can I get an amen? Rushing the first kiss will only end in an awkward disaster. Guys should do all the following: open her door, pay the bill, tell her she’s beautiful, walk her to her front door, and text her after the date saying that you had fun on the date. Girls often think poorly of themselves, so it’s a guy’s duty to treat girls in a way that reminds them that they’re special.