Rules for dating a new guy
Sex means different things to different people, and its importance level in someone's life isn't always the same.
If you "force" yourself to have — or not have — sex at a time that doesn't feel right, you're just getting off on the wrong foot.
I’ve lost count of the times I’ve told friends to just tell the truth – pretending not to be too into someone so they’ll like you more rarely works out in the long run.
I’ll finish on a bit of a cliche – but it’s always worked for me: just relax and enjoy it.
Personally, I like to ask what someone’s favourite childhood TV show was – and if they judge me for being a Scooby Doo fan!
My least favourite part of dating can be summed up in one word: games.
"We totally do not advocate for that — in fact, our company's name is actually making fun of dating rules in general," Kaplan tells Bustle.
"Contrary to common dating advice — talking about exes on a first date is actually a great way to learn about the other person and quickly see if there are any red flags that they are not relationship material," Charlee Brotherton, relationship/dating expert and founder of Executive Matchmakers, tells Bustle.
"While going into too much detail and rehashing the past can ruin the romantic mood, asking a few light questions about past relationships can be very revealing."Brotherton suggests asking how their last relationship ended or whether or not they keep in touch with their exes.
"Instead of assuming that 'instant click,' learn how to understand that most quality long-term couples, didn't know right away or even months later.
Sometimes that slow pot to boil is the one that can be the better choice."Not to sound cliché, but rules were literally made to be broken.
Exactly who decided that waiting three days to get back to someone was a good idea?