My last failed relationship left me so heartbroken; I felt jaded, discouraged, and unhappy.
Those emotions trickled to the other facets of my life, and I felt virtually incapable of feeling any sort of passion, happiness, or fulfillment.
Still, since the dawn of humans going out together in the hopes that someday they will marry and procreate, the world has thought it has the right to tell us how to date and this usually requires telling us how to behave to “catch” a partner.I remember my first summer in New York City, when I was getting over a relationship that ended after five years.My sister took me aside and gave me the best piece of dating advice I've heard to this day: "Be selfish." Not rude and mean selfish, but you-do-you selfish.“That the underwear should be spotlessly clean goes without saying, but every woman should wear the best quality underwear that she can afford. And lace and ruffles, I am sorry to say, add to the attractiveness of underwear, and are liked by the average man.” This is from by William Josephus Robinson in 1927.The book is still available on Kindle and is pretty much required reading for anyone obsessed with pink panties. You are not a man.” But 90 years later, it’s not like our advice got any better.And in what world would someone trying to have a conversation to get to know another person want to hear their insights or opinions?!