She knows I’m tight with my money and don’t like to spend carelessly, but she’s always had a dream of a fancy (and expensive) wedding.
My partner and I are non-monogamous, and I know that it would be ok for me to be with someone else, but I’m scared to.
Wield the power that you do have with a simple phrase: “We don’t do that here”.
You’re being a virgin is just one part of who you are, not all of it. It’s not even the most important part of who you are.
Am I selfish and manipulative? Or just someone who doesn’t like giving up things that make me feel good?
If you’re staying in this friendship in hopes you’ll eventually get out of the Friend Zone, then you’re being her friend under false pretenses, and that’s a horrible thing to do to somebody you say you like.
I was a lonely kid and never really figured out how.
Dude, it doesn’t sound like you’ve ever so much as tried to get over her.
“We had sex a couple of times and it seemed great at the time, and we both said that we had serious feelings for each other (though I said it first).”
My last boyfriend left me because my not being “more damsel-y” made him feel unneeded and emasculated.
When you tell them, how they respond to that information is going to tell you everything you need to know about them.
One of the hardest things to do is getting people to recognize that they are their own worst enemies.
I’m starting to believe I’m not actually capable of dating someone and I’m becoming afraid of dying alone.
People want me to be an incel, but in a positive, feminine way. How do I get them to stop?
I’m gonna be honest with you, my dude: I went through about three different drafts in my response to your letter because the first couple were just my biting your head clean off.
One of the first rules of dealing with cult members is that you don’t debate cultists.