Our culture is weird. We don’t like talking about dating — especially with the people we’re dating.
Emotional chemistry is not the same as physical chemistry.
I understand you are apprehensie, but you’re seriously overthinking things.
Your boundaries aren’t up for public vote. You said “no”, and “no” is a complete sentence.
My advice…yeah, it can be scary. Yeah, it opens you up to the possibility of rejection. Do it anyway.
One of the things that we as a culture have slowly been discovering is that sexuality isn’t binary.
So let’s put this out there right away, PiC: no, you’re not being jealous and J is absolutely crossing a line.
If you look beyond your assumptions about what their interests mean, you might be pleasantly surprised to discover that they have intellectual curiosity and ambition that you didn’t expect.
How guys sabotage their own chances with women.
Feelings are just feelings and you can choose to just let them be.
I’m worried that she is a bomb about to explode in my friend group. And if this concern is warranted, I’m unsure of what to do.
How our attitudes towards sex affects our ability to please our partners.
I think you’re overthinking things, in a number of different directions.
How can you manage approach anxiety?
I think that the longer you hold on to this, the more likely it is that you’re going to end up damaging a relationship that might otherwise work out.
If he’s got trust issues and can’t communicate about his feelings with you, specifically, then it’s time to pull in a trained third party to help facilitate things.