Modern dating is compartmentalized and fragmented. People go about their daily lives with their heads down, figuratively and literally, and they’re not as concerned with finding dates in the wild since they can line up a date from one of their many online profiles for the weekend in a matter of minutes.
Being an ally has become a popular term, however, I have found that not everyone really understands what it means to be a true ally. Being an ally is a commitment.
Whether casual, professional, familial, domestic, platonic, or romantic, all relationships inevitably lead to some kind of conflict.
Getting married and having a wedding does not have to break the bank (contrary to what some might say or have you believe). And even if you want to have a wedding that feels royal and regal, you don’t need to spend every last penny in your bank account to make it a reality.
Dating in our modern day, ‘hook-up society’ can be pretty difficult for those who are trying to build solid, grounded relationships and find partners to build a life with.
Whether you’re in the early stages of dating or if you’ve been dating for months or even a year or so, going on “dates” can become expensive but it is still something you should want to do to grow in your relationships.
Congratulations! She said yes to a date! Whether you were confident she’d say yes or you can’t believe she said yes, she is excited for her date with you.
Distanced friendships are not easy, though. So here is what I have learned as well as what I am still learning as I grow as a person and as my friendships grow with me.
Dating is complicated. Dating has always been complicated but over the last 20 years, it has become even more-so with the introduction of technology into the dating game.
It is the ultimate conundrum: You’re in love but you don’t know what to do. Being in love comes with a monstrously overwhelming impulse to share your newly realized love with the one you love. Also, the feeling of being in love is accompanied by a vulnerability and an urgent desire to hear ‘I love you back’.