When’s the last time you had a date night with your better half? If you’re like most couples, chances are, it’s been a few months since you had some quality alone time. Having limited funds doesn’t mean that you can’t sweep your partner off their feet. With a little preparation and some careful planning you can impress your beau with a fun, creative date that they’ll always remember. Here’s the ultimate guide to dating on a real-person budget, from stay-at-home options for the true homebodies to outdoorsy adventures that only require a little bit of spare cash and right attitude.
Breaking up is tough and nothing can keep you from a happier future than a lingering relationship wound. Long after I let go of the man, feelings about the break up held me back. I felt stuck, lost and didn’t know how to make things happen. It’s not easy, that’s for sure. But there are certainly things you can do to help.
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Apparently Britney Spears can spot them a mile away, but not all of us know when we have a womanizer on our hands. Charming, attentive, interested, witty, flirtatious — these are some traits that a womanizer posses. He knows exactly how to make a woman feel special, different from the rest, and like his one and only. The only difference between a womanizer and a good man is, a womanizer acts in this manner to get in your pants, not your heart.
So how do you know this guy’s the real thing and not just some womanizer who’s going to disappear after your first slumber party? What follows are 10 red flags that the guy you are dating could be a womanizer.
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Have you ever been afraid to give yourself fully to someone because you were afraid of how it might turn out?
In our world of today commitment is a scary word, a hard thing to do, and a promise to fulfill that so many people try to find ways to avoid it if possible because it implies that you have accepted responsibility, that you are “locked in,” and (sometimes) that you have given up an aspect of your freedom. To commit is also to determine not just what we do now, but what we do in the future—and who knows what will happen? So, for many it is better to just not commit, but to leave things ambiguous.
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