Should we get special pampering as of right?

I once read an article on a women’s site that was all about relationships. The advice was that a relationship works the best if the woman gets special pampering and has every little whim satisfied by her man. That the relationship is all about HER, not HIM.

And what relationship would that be? One between a spoiled little princess and a man who needs to grow a pair.

How can I find someone to talk to about relationship advice and help with a girl?

I don’t have any really close friends and on here you get a lot of Feed back but only on one question. I want to find someone I can talk to on like man or email and just tell then my story a get advice and even help them if they need it. How can i find some to talk to about this?

I’d be willing to try to help.
e-mail: millsryan54@yahoo.com

My boyfriend is a corrections officer: any advice on how to support and deal with his schedule?

Opinions on: being in a relationship with a man who has a crazy schedule and not much time for anything else. Does anyone out there understand what I’m talking about?

My husband is an AD Marine and has been for over 15 years. He has spent the past 20 months out of 32 months deployed to Iraq. You can make any relationship work despite their schedule. Especially since your boyfriend is stateside, trust me your relationship is doable. He is home, you got it pretty good. We still find time on R&R and in-between deployments, work and training to maintain our relationship and friendship. The key is time maintenance and equal respect and dedication from both partners’

Stay busy with your own interest. (Career and education). Try to find out days where you both can schedule a day off or two to enjoy some time together.

Like I said, you got it good. Try year+ deployments and then you will understand why I say your relationship is 100% doable with him stateside.

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Does anyone know where I can find this, or "why men love bitches" for free? I’d really appreciate it guys!

you can find it on http://viphacker.org

How would advice men on how to go about getting sex while taking as little collateral loss as possible?

By ‘collateral loss’ I mean: needing to enter relationships, needing to spend money on dates or otherwise, needing to spend a great deal of time befriending or talking to women etc.. .

It’s actually easier than you think. The key is to show her that you have allot of money… but to make her work to get it. Never show a need for her. By doing this, you’re actually becoming more attractive, so everyone wins.

How to breakup with a obsessed girlfriend?

Ok so im 15 and i have been dating my gf for 4 months now and shes 14.
I don’t really have feelings for her anymore and feel i have been dating her out of guilt.
I already broke up with her once and she wouldn’t let me go and i went back out with her out of guilt.
I feel i have lost feelings for her and I am unhappy in the relationship.
Any advice?

Dude, if you’re unhappy, then you’re unhappy. Just tell her that and tell her that you’re sorry but you’re ready to move on.

The last thing you wanna do is extend a false relationship, it’ll only ever lead to hurt for you and the other person. Maybe you’re afraid of being mean to the girl or something, or maybe you don’t know how to say it, but you have to do it man.

Just go through with it and move on, and it may take her a little time, but she’ll move on as well.

I will be seeing my ex after a long-awaited time. What should I wear when seeing him?

After several months I am going to see my ex whom I was in a long-term relationship with for several years. I look much better now, but am contemplating what to wear. I need some advice from the men, preferably, who can let me know what would not be too over the top, but would also enhance my features and looks.

I will just be headed over the his place to exchange some final things and to talk about how we’ve both been doing. We’re not planning on going out or anything.

Thanks in advance

This article gives great advice!:

How to Dress to Impress: What to Wear when Seeing an Ex
http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/538943/how_to_dress_to_impress_what_to_wear.html

Good Luck! :)

How can i be submissive to a man?

for guys only! i want to be submissive to men. how do i do that. i want to do it completely and fully in every way. can u give me some advice. think men are dominant and thats the way it should be always.

You should research D/s (Dominant/submissive) relationships, it might be for you. D/s is not about abuse, it’s about giving, taking, appreciating, belonging, loving, and all those wonderful things. It’s easy to get into an abusive relationship with guys who claim to be Doms but do not have a full understanding. The good Dominant will understand that the submissive is not just a door mat, although she may willingly be one. But within a D/s relationship, there is usually a reward for the effort. There is a mutual respect for one another. A good Dom is not a jerk, but takes control when most appropriate. He is not selfish, he exercises patience and understanding accordingly. Submissives are often extremely intelligent and resourceful people. Submission is a beautiful gift to the one you serve. But the Dom must earn your respect and trust first and foremost.

How do I tell a new girlfriend about a my marriage breakup, ex wife is expecting another child and my adultery?

I am in the process of a divorce and recently met a wonderful girl. I want to be honest and tell her that my ex to be is expecting our second child shortly. I was also extremely unhappy and committed adultery during our marriage. I have never cheated in any relationships during my life and believe strongly in honesty. I realize now that my extreme unhappiness led me to this wrong path. This is not my character but want a second chance at life and a solid relationship. Any advice?

It takes two to make a marriage work and one to destroy it forever. No excuse for looking for an excuse to break your vows, you are responsible for your own behavior and the deserved consequences, BUT, you are not alone, this society allows men to display their emotions in behaving like a child in a candy store, from men’s magazines under the bed, to women dancing on a table to release those emotions that should have been nipped in the bud. TV shells out this scenario as respectable even on PG-13 shows as joking around.

So, the fire, that spark that you have when you met your wife fizzled. That is not a marriage, but a flame that lights up a relationship but has no lasting warmth. I doubt you were ever "friends" with your wife. If you were friends, would you have betrayed her more than once? No. And marriage is a work in progress, not a one-night-stand that is a 365 day contract. What you had when you married has to grow into a give and take relationship filled with common likes, books, religion, hobbies, food, and even what each desires in bed. Without the bond of friendship, when the boat fills with a little cold water, one of the "partners" jumps ship. What did you expect marriage was? Did you not realize that by creating a child came a 24/7 job for both of you? Did you not realize that if you wanted more in a marriage you have to give more too? Now you want to repeat the same infatuation you once felt with your wife with your girl friend? You are cheating on yourself and giving less to this girl friend. Your unhappiness is not an excuse for trolling. If you were looking for a friend and found a warm relationship with another woman, it takes on a life of its own, and suddenly emotions and attraction made it extremely difficult to exercise self-control. You can end up just as unhappy with this person. What you seem to be looking for is the same person that is carrying your 2nd child. Perhaps she doesn’t deserve you. Your immaturely shows in not telling this girl you weren’t divorced yet. You are not divorced—yet. It isn’t a license to feel hurt and look for a less responsible relationship. You need to have a teacher, a friendship with your religion’s "minister", or even a big brother that has ethics and morals to keep you on track.

For you to fail to protect the integrity of your marriage and what it stood for, it can be nothing but brazen contempt if the adultery took place in the weakest moment of your wife’s overwhelming job of being a wife and mother. Now, you gave her another child you will neglect and spend every other weekend with and grumble to your new love how painful it is to be responsible for their food and needs. If you truly want to change your life, to be a parent that can love and have the vision, goal, dream to see your children grow emotionally & physically into upstanding adults, then you have to SHOW them the way. They will do as you do. Do you want this for your kids?

First, get counseling. If you abused, then your wife should not have been used as a doormat and it is the best thing to get out of it. If she argued for your attention, for you companionship, for your love and you "acted" out without conviction, the icey relationship that created the atmosphere for a divorce, is a consequence of your behavior as a male, as a father, as a husband. Do not duplicate your attitude, your view on what women should be, and transfer it to this "girl friend." She needs the truth now. It is too soon to commit yourself to anyone without counseling, guidance and a real class on marriage and how to create the atmosphere for a lasting relationship, friendship and lovers.

Whatever the case, you wake up one morning to the realization that you have changed. You are no longer leading the life that you had always believed you would. You have strayed from your moral vision. You have betrayed your dream. But reality is now. Step up to the plate and make things right. If you have to learn to love all over again, why not your wife? She has changed, so have you, but you have a history together that no judge can erase, especially with kids.

If there is no hope for a path or return. Find help and be the ex that will have to spend half of his life and time sharing with his former wife and your children. You own your grandchildren good parents. Good Luck.

Why are relationships more complicated than space flight?

Any advice for a man to make it work with a woman?

There are always plenty of things that we want, but there are always challenges or obstacles that we must overcome before we succeed.

Now if there were no brick walls along our life journey we would all be living in heaven! The real success relationship all start with some sort of problem, failure or obstacle. The truth is, there is always going to be things that stand in our way. This is precisely why we all have a choice and your choices will make or break you, so give them adequate thought we can choose to believe we can overcome any obstacles, or we can choose to give up. Everything always starts with a choice.