I have been engaged for more than a year and have known my fiancée for many years. In May we are supposed to tie the knot, but I’m having second thoughts.
I am shocked at how some women talk to their man. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been with someone; you should still treat your partner with courtesy and respect. You don’t talk to a man as though he works for you.
f you want to get married, you must date. Some women resist this concept. But in order to get married, you have to actually DATE! I had to literally come up out of the comfort zone of my basement and put myself out there.
When single women, especially those older than 35, found out I was engaged, they wanted to touch me. They weren’t kinky or anything, they just wanted whatever “it” was that I had to “rub off” on them.
After years of dating, I finally met a woman I love very much and she feels the same about me. My concern is our age difference. I’m 46 and she is 28. I had no idea that she was that young.
My daughter is 17 years old, and she has dated her boyfriend who is 16 since they started high school. She knows that I will not allow her to spend the night with him in our home
I am a 30-year-old woman who is currently dating a 36-year-old man that I’m really starting to care about. The problem is he doesn’t trust me. He came over to my house the other night for dinner.
I was recently involved in a six month affair with a married man. My relationship with him was not his first. When the affair ended I made a promise that I would never tell his wife, since I was just as much to blame as he was.