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FAQ: >Do girls/guys like <insert specific look>? >What do girls/guys think about <an insecurity including, but not limited to: looks, physical traits, personality traits, virginity or otherwise lack of dating experience>
There is no one answer. Preferences differ, but complexes are always a turn-off.
>I'm shy and afraid of people/rejection. What do I do?
Get over it by practising and exposing yourself to it, little by little, step by step. There is no single magical moment that will instantly change you forever.
>I like someone. What do I do? >How can I tell if someone likes me?
Ask them out.
>Where do I meet girls/guys?
Anywhere outside. Or online.
>Someone did something insignificant. What does it mean?
Nothing significant. You're overthinking it.
>XYZ happened. Interpret this for me please
We're not in their head, we don't know.
>This person did something that hurt my feelings. Why do guys/girls do this?
Because shit people are shit people. It's not a gendered thing.
>Someone has made it super clear they're no longer interested in me. Do I still have a chance?
>Where do I go on a first (or subsequent) date?
Pick one or more of the following: coffee, lunch, dinner, drinks, ice cream, movies, zoo, aquarium, museum, art gallery, <activity in your city>.
>Brandon, that guy who keeps asking about cuddling in platonic friendships and fart guy
I'm a bit of an outcast when it comes to me and most black people. All my life i've been made fun of for holding more conservative values and now that I'm in College, I'm trying to find and befriend other black people like me, or at least people that would accept me. Any suggestions?
>Realize I wanna study medicine >Studies social studies in high school, need to take high school STEM courses to be able to apply >The schools for adults where you take these courses are filled with life failures and high school drop outs >Typical Stacey girl starts sitting next to me in class >Asks some stuff about what pages to study, tell her the important pages >She follows me out during breaks for a smoke >Started chatting a bit, she seems nice for being a Stacey >Don't really know why she is so interested in me but I don't think about it much >Ask about her life >She's a high school drop out trying to get her life back on track (no surprise) >Then asks me questions like "are you good at studying?", "do you get good grades?" >My low confidence kicks in >Feeling like she is only socializing with me for helping her out with her studies
How do I overcome this? She actually seems like a pretty nice person. But she reminds me so much about girls in high school that did that all the time.
Do you have an experience of dating an introvert? Or maybe you are introvert? I feel like these kind of relationship very differ and has dozens of things that extraverted people wouldn't understand. Like, the need of being alone, comfortable activities, sometimes being an owner in relationship. How do you deal with it? Tell your stories.
And no, I don't mean hikkikomori or autists sitting at home.
I live with my sister and my brother in law. I pay the rent for your information.
Three of us are equally close and comfortable around each other. I treated my brother in law like my brother. The problem is my sister seems to have problems with it. Sometimes my gut tells me that weird feeling about it and I don't know how to tell. She always tells me to behave and not too close to him cause people might find it weird or such. The problem is, when only three of us in the living room or in the kitchen she kissing him or showing him her affection and/or sometimes do the thing like biting, those things you should only do it in the bed room.
I never experienced this before so I don't know if it's normal and I'm being paranoid or it's not normal at all? Should I tell her to stop doing it and give me some respect? Help please.
He started visiting sites like /r/ The Red Pill and is now going on about how women need to know their place, should be homemakers and the like.
He's been taken in by conservative and traditionalist rhetoric, and it's becoming increasingly an issue as he doesn't help with the housework or anything.
I personally believe things should be shared, and any variation from a 50/50 model in terms of housework and actual work should be maturely discussed and decided upon based upon any number of factors, such as income and personal preference.
However, he is not giving me any such chance. He used to think like me, or said he did. We're both young (early 20s) so marriage and kids aren't on the table yet. I really love this man, and initially thought he was the one, but now I'm not so sure.
What do I do /adv/? is there any way to change him back to the loving, caring, considerate person he was? Or should I just leave?
>inb4 "know your place woman"
Please kindly fuck off. I don't want that kind of a relationship.
I'm 21 year old girl and I lost a dime sized patch of hair to a scar. Its right on the top of my head. What should I do with my life now that love is dead to me? I can cover it up but he'll see it eventually... hah. Fuck my life.
Has anyone met a tinder match that hasn't been shitty?
It seems like every girl i meet on tinder either has >a kid >someone they're trying to cheat on >severe emotional problems >thoughts about their ex
Do any of you share this experience? boy or girl